I got out of my fitness comfort zone last night.
My fitness comfort zone includes the following things—> running in a straight line, running on trails, teaching spin classes and being in the back row in a pump class.
Megan has her very own gym where she trains people and runs bootcamps. I went to her bootcamp class and it included all sorts of intervals, strength training and burpees. Oh burpees, you are probably the hardest things ever for me to do.
She did absolutely amazing. She made the workout fun, challenging and she was so good at working with each of us individually with our form and the weights we should be using.
I’ll be back Megs. If you are in the Utah County area you should come too.
It is a good thing that an easy run is on the training plan for today because I am going to be sore.
I kept seeing these ice cream signs in the corner and during the jump squats I was dreaming of eating ice cream instead of continuing to make my quadriceps burn.
After bootcamp I had a bunch of things to get done for church and I didn’t make it back for dinner until 9:30. And that is why I had the world’s laziest dinner. Sweet potato, an apple (with almond butter) and a lot of steak jerky.
I told you, she doesn’t stop running…
Unless it is to read this book 8 times in a row with me.
And just in case you ever wonder about where HRG posts are produced… sprawled out on my couch and with some sort of snack in front of me.
Super professional. Why buy a desk when you have a couch?
A reader sent me a link for this ice cream. I am positive that a bowl (or pint) of this could turn any bad day that I ever have in the future into a good day.
What types of workouts are out of your fitness comfort zone?
Any ice cream in your freezer right now? What flavor(s)? What flavors do you wish were in your freezer right now?
What is on the agenda for your Wednesday?