For my last 1/2 day in California we started things off with a killer spin class. This gym was insane (Club Sport) and by far the nicest gym I have ever been to.
The TVs in the spin room played the music videos to the music we were listening to which made the hour ride go by super fast. Also, each bike had a little monitor on it that displayed your speed, rpm, time and distance. My legs were a little tired from Friday’s trail run but I kept reminding myself that pushing through spin on tired legs would only make me stronger!
Such a fun class.
Along with the other million amazing amenities, each of the stair climbers at this gym had their own tvs. I really just need to transfer this gym to my area.
Breakfast right when we got back.
Cheesy eggs, fried ham, pineapple and a smoothie with blueberries, a whole lemon, banana, spinach, carrots and an apple.
The lemon for the smoothie came right off the tree outside. I would LOVVEEEEEEE to have some fruit trees someday!
It was then time to head back to Utah. I was reunited with the Brookers and I kissed her cheeks as much as possible.
(From my Instagram)
We got some dinner with my mom and then headed to Trader Joe’s to buy all of the peppermint/chocolate items—> they make the best gifts!
Also, I saw this tester box of caramels there and I think that is a brilliant idea.
I skipped the boxes of caramel because I had a caramel/white chocolate/coconut apple to attend to later on with some Saturday Night Live.
Speaking of sweets… My running buddy, Josse, sent this race over to me because it seems like my kind of thing—> Baker’s Dozen Half Marathon. In this race you go through the Sugar Shack 3 times and you eat some sort of treat at the aid station in order to get your finisher’s medal. “The Sugar Station will include all the foods you would expect to find in heaven including donuts, cupcakes, cookies, and twinkles.” 13.1 miles and lots of treats. Sounds good to me.
And the finisher’s medal:
Enjoy the last day of November!!!!
What have you been putting in your smoothie lately?
What was your long run, race or workout this weekend?
What time did you wake up this morning? Alarm clock or did you just wake up all on your own?