Why no, I have NO shame!
I wore the Christmas tree skirt that my mother made for us many, many years ago (had to move the presents that were under the tree, but that's ok), along with a green t-shirt that I decorated with red ribbon, wood ornaments that my Grandmother painted a long time ago and battery-operated lights (had to de-decorate the hanging lamp, but that's ok). My pièce de résistance was the star - I glued a big gold star onto a 25-cent "Happy New Year" tiara. I held it in place with the sweatband that I always wear to workout in and can you believe that it didn't move during the entire workout?!?
Doing the First Day of Christmas - a plank row narrow push up (although my "skirt" is hiding them, I am on my toes)
Taking a quick break before doing the Tenth Day of Christmas - twisting crunches (Brad was standing on the highest box jump while taking this picture)
Finished! I think it took me around 45 minutes to complete this workout - the outfit may have slowed me down a bit. I'll find out for reals when I do it AGAIN this afternoon at 4:00 pm!
When I started my workouts in February, there is no way I could have envisioned that by December, I would willingly don a Christmas tree costume and do an entire workout in it...although I was the only one in our group to have