Weekly Workout Log

Good morning! Hope everyone had a nice weekend. Mine consisted of two gym friend gatherings (both with REALLY good food), a great Saturday morning run, some beach time with my friend Shannon, my friend Cristin’s bridal shower, and catching up with some family last night. That all might sound really busy, but it didn’t feel that way. The more relaxed pace of the last few days was definitely welcomed.

To get into the swing of the week, let’s talk workouts. Here’s how last week looked in fitness for me:

Sunday
Active rest. Walked around a park with my family for Father’s Day

Father's Day 2014

Monday
Strength workout that left me feeling awesome after the negativity I talked about last week.

Post Workout Picture

Tuesday
Taught/did my 6am class with two different pyramid sets, one for upper body and one for lower body. Both included ab work. I was supposed to sub for Liz’s Kickboxing class, but a few things came up so I didn’t end up teaching at night. Big thanks to Amy for stepping in at the last minute!

Wednesday
Rest day

Thursday
Taught the baseball diamond bootcamp workout that I posted last week. After I taught outside, I did a strength workout of my own and finished with a “sprint” on the rowing machine.

Baseball Diamond Bootcamp Workout

Friday
Subbed the 6am cycle and core class. I need to get to the gym on Friday mornings more often. This left me so energized for my work from home day.

Saturday
Woke up early and went on a peaceful three-mile morning run. Felt great!

Running

Here’s what I’m thinking this week’s workout plan will be:

  • Sunday: Rest
  • Monday: Strength training workout + cardio finisher
  • Tuesday: Teaching my 6am class. Format requests, anyone?
  • Wednesday: Depending on how the week goes, I want to try to get to spin class or do some outdoor cardio somewhere.
  • Thursday: Teaching my 6am class. I’m trying to decide whether I should teach an outdoor bootcamp style again or not. Thoughts? Thursday night I’m participating in a New Balance fitness event that I’m very excited for, but I can’t decide whether to double up or not.
  • Friday: Subbing 6am cycle and core again. Hope to see some familiar faces in the crowd!
  • Saturday: TBD. If Wednesday was a rest day, then I’ll do a morning workout. If not, I may rest Saturday instead. We’ll see how I feel!

Other goals this week include still working on sleep and trying to take a thirty minute walk during the day at work.

–Let’s chat–
What did you guys do this weekend? Were your weekends busy or relaxed? Tell me about your best workout last week, what’s on deck for fitness this week, or a healthy living goal of yours that you are working on
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Before I go, here’s a funny link to start your week: 23 words that mean something totally different when you’re in a long term relationship. <—Hilarious!

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8 thoughts on “Weekly Workout Log

  1. I have a request! As I will then spend the next two days driving, please don’t kill my hamstrings! Would love heavy weights upper body…;)

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  2. I had a super busy weekend, but all fun stuff so I can’t really complain 🙂 It was great seeing you on Saturday, it just wasn’t long enough 😦 I agree with you about Friday morning workouts, but since I teach a double on Thursday night it’s just not doable! I’ve also been trying to walk during my lunch break- it’s a nice way to split up the day and get some more movement in. Have a great week!

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  3. So nice to see you twice this weekend!! My goal this week is to get more cardio in – did a great finisher yesterday morning plus a tough hike last night. Planning on Emily’s spin class tomorrow (maybe I’ll see you there?) and hopefully your spin class Friday morning!

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    • Yes! Loved the double hanging out time, especially catching up with Liz on Saturday. Your cardio finisher sounded awesome. The burpees and bear crawls are so hard! I’m not doing a spin class today because I’m working in our Waltham building and planning to use the gym here. Hope to see you on Friday!

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