This past week was hopefully my last week of feeling the December Madness. You know what I mean-frantically rushing around trying to purchase and deliver all the gifts and thank you’s. I keep thinking I am done and then my son will say, “oh yeah I need a gift for xxx” today thanks mom. Anyway…here’s a quick recap of my week in workouts. I completely forgot what I did this week and had to look back on IG to remember. Anyone else have to do that?
Weekly Wrap December Madness
Monday-45 min elliptical + 60 min strength training
Tuesday-4.25 mile run
Perfect weather day for a run with friends right around 40 degrees and sunny.
First night of Hanukkah was a little more low key than usual. With one child still away at school and one running off to coach his basketball team it was well, more December Madness. Menorah was lit and had some fun with the bitmoji app.
Wednesday- 15 min elliptical + 90 min kickboxing and strength training
Practicing some new variations on kicks (hello glutes) and doing lots of core work.
Thursday- 4.25 mile run
It’s getting cold out there but that never stops
us me from getting the group photo. My friends kind of know it’s part of the run. ha ha
In case you missed it on my Instagram…I tried my first session of Acupuncture and Cupping. Not at all what I expected. I plan to do a full review in a few weeks so stay tuned for that.
Friday- Hot Yoga 60 min
I love love hot yoga in the winter time. Fabulous way for me to stretch after warming up my muscles. Does it still count as going if I did not get a photo?
Saturday-45 min elliptical
Group run postponed to Sunday after last night’s icy mess we received. Too slippery out there. My daughter made it home and I am looking forward to having her around for the next few weeks.
Sunday- on the schedule: Group run + CycleBar class with my MRTT group
My shin/calf is definitely feeling way better. I plan to keep the mileage low the next week and then take off a week of running while we are away over Christmas. Hopefully that will knock it all out and allow me to heal fully.