Last week wasn’t the greatest workout week for me, but it wasn’t bad either.
Wednesday: does lifting a wine glass to my lips count?
Thursday: 9-mile bike ride
Saturday: volunteering. How does that count as a workout, you ask? Dude, you try pulling weeds and planting stuff for 5+ hours and then tell me it’s not a workout. My hamstrings were so sore yesterday!
Sunday: 5-mile run
I didn’t get in as much strength as I would have liked to, but at least I’m trying to be more cognizant of adding it into my mix.
While you use one of these bars for balance, you also have to keep the bar upright, which requires more core strength. In other barre classes, the barre is stationary.
Either way, I had some quivering thighs and a quivering core, so it was a good class.
Lunch was good, too. I have a lot going on after work this week, so my mom came in to dognap Bailey. She also bought me lunch which was as exciting for her as it was for me. She put on a suit and pretended she was on a lunch break, too, and I got a free lunch. Win win.
We went to Thalia and got the prix fixe. I did the salad…
…and a chicken sandwich with avocado mousse and an olive tapenade, which my mom and I weren’t fans of. We don’t like olives. I was a huge fan of the sweet potato chips, though. My allergy medicine totally killed my appetite, so I only had half for lunch, and then had the other half for dinner tonight after getting my hair did. (Pictures of the hair tomorrow.)
Honestly, I don’t have it in me right now to figure out my exact workouts for the rest of the week, so I’ll just tell you what I’d like to accomplish. Two more sessions of strength training/strength training classes (including one workout that’s not a class or DVD. Gah.) At least two runs/bike rides. One yoga session. Rest day Sunday.
What kind of workouts do you have planned for the week?