Oh, hey there. It's Wednesday (but you already know that) because the day is essentially over). My workouts are off again, and I've had to adjust. We took the kids to the zoo on Monday so it became a rest day—I was on my feet all day, and didn't much feel like running when I got home. Hey, rest days happen. I deal and move on.
And so yesterday, I woke up early and headed to the gym. Actually, I woke up early, fed the kid who also woke up early, then headed to the gym. I love early morning workouts, but they're few and far in between these days. It all depends on Evan. And lately, he's been waking up at the turning point between having enough time to sneak out and no longer having enough time. Because if I wait too long, if I can't get out by 6:00AM at the latest, it conflicts with my husband's ability to get out of the door on time.
I made it out yesterday and did a quick 3-miler at the gym.
Man, I was sweaty.
Here's a tip:
It's like a vertical pigeon pose, and it feels so good.
Today was another running day.
I did 3.5 miles with my girl:
Today, I have a 5-minute strength routine for you because, well, it's Workout Wednesday.
Here's what the rest of my week looks like:
Saturday: 5 Miles
Sunday: PiYo Live
There are two other instructors that got certified with me, and we've been meeting to practice. Seriously, though. Practicing PiYo Live feels exactly like working out.
Question: If you're a group fitness instructor that teaches choreographed and/or count-based classes, what tips can you offer me in terms of learning what needs to be taught? I'm currently channeling all the techniques I used when I was a cheerleader, ha! Bring on the 8-count.