Ten Minute Triceps
Even though today is a light day for me, it just does not feel like a Friday. Wednesday, for some reason, felt more like a Friday than today does. Weird. But I’ll go with it
Before we get in to today’s post, I’d be remiss if I didn’t share the dinner I made last night with you guys.
I tore this recipe for spinach and potato hash out of my Fitness Magazine last week, knowing it’d be a dish both Shane and I would enjoy. However, when I went to make it, I couldn’t find the recipe in my purse (not a surprise.)
Luckily, I found it on the internet on Fitness’s website. Lucky because I still got to make it and lucky because now I can share the recipe with you guys!
Don’t mind the pictures – I took them with my iPhone.
Don’t laugh, but my good camera’s memory card was full, and I felt too lazy (and hungry) to go back and mess with deleting pictures. Shane gets so aggravated because he says my memory cards are always full. I just think they happen to be full when he happens to look. That’s my story and I’m stickin’ to it!
Dessert was almost just as good.
Almost. Love this chocolate
Bottom line – go make this hash. It’s delicious and quick. How I like my meals.
I also like my workouts this way…or at least quick.
Ten Minute Triceps
I’ve made it no secret that I prefer lower body days over upper body a million times over. However, my favorite muscles to train in my upper body are probably a tie between triceps and back.
Since I’m a compound exercise-lover, I tend to neglect exercises that focus solely – or mostly – on the triceps. Lately, however, I’m strength training a bit differently by actually adding in some isolation exercises.
Yesterday I was doing a quick triceps/shoulders/chest workout, and decided to go ahead and document some of my favorite no/low equipment tri exercises.
(That’s my grrr face. Duh.)
Time for a morning run!
Have a great Friday all!
What’s your favorite upper body muscle group to train?