Wow. Taking a few weeks off from cardio was exactly what I needed and I was able to focus on strength training and yoga but now that I am getting back into working on my cardio… things ain’t pretty;) I almost fell off of the stair climber this morning but somehow I lasted a full 32 minutes on that sucker. I’ll probably start running again in a week or two but I am just trying super hard to listen to my body and to get back into it when I really feel ready because I don’t know about you but I kind of hate injuries.
This sis and I worked out together and after our stairs of death experience we did this strength workout together. Doing it with her makes it a million times more exciting and doable.
The push-up position rows make my obliques feel like they are on fire.
Speaking of cross-training at the gym, THIS article answers the important questions about runners using the elliptical for cross training:
After the gym Brooke took a birthday present to one of her many boyfriends.
And then we hung out at the park for awhile. Her romper is a tiny bit too big for her:)
My lunches are extremely boring. I love to have fun/different/exciting/riveting dinners but for lunch I just get the job done… eat something good for me, filling and then eat my apple with almond butter approximately 45 minutes later.
Brooke’s first rock climbing experience.
So my friend has a rock wall in her house. NBD. My new goal is to get really good at it.
Jess made it clear to the top.
And the view from the library. I just canceled my contract with my new apartment because I am moving in with them.
Dinner was a pizza birthday party from the best delivery pizza place… Papa Johns.
And then they had a Costco chocolate cake for dessert.
Without arguing and getting upset with other commenters… please state what you believe to be the ABSOLUTE BEST delivery pizza.
Ever been rock climbing? Did you like it?
How often do you use the elliptical? What about the stair climber?