I’m pretty sure I said the exact same thing last week, but this week absolutely SPED by! It seems like last Sunday evening was just a couple days ago, and here we are already going into another weekend. No complaints here – I’m looking forward to a nice, relaxing weekend for sure.
Actually, I started the weekend a little early. After training my last client of the night, I went to Puran, one of my favorite Indian restaurants in town. I was excited because a) I never get to eat Indian food because Shane’s not a big fan, and b) I was in the company of my folks!
Some Singha to start:
Afterward, we stopped for ice cream – no picture, but it was Emack and Bolios Space Cake, which never disappoints.
This morning I’m feeling a little rough – and not because of the Singhas above – but because of some shoulder pain. In high school and college I had an overuse injury in my right shoulder (from serving and spiking) and whenever I change up my routine and get a little too excited working my upper body, it rears its ugly head rotator cuff. That, and I’m pretty much sore all over.
Needless to say, I’ve changed up my workout goals! Before this week, my workouts were a little all over the place – getting in cardio and a strength workout when I could – which is fine – but now I have a little more order.
As far as strength goes, I’m incorporating splits into my workout! Actually, a 4 day split. It goes like this:
Monday – Legs (my butt still hurts)
Tuesday – Chest/triceps (my chest still hurts – and shoulder)
Wednesday – Off
Thursday – Back/biceps (owwww my biceps!)
Friday – Legs
For cardio, I’m just easing up a bit – I run on Thursday and Sunday, and take a spin class on Saturday. Of course this is tentative and subject to my mood and body. And now, looking back, perhaps I prematurely titled this post, because I still don’t really have any fitness “goals” (I’m not a huge goal person) – just a different routine, I s’pose.
Either way, I’m looking forward to destroying my legs today!
I’ll let decide if that statement was sarcastic or not
In the mean time, let’s talk about some other people’s blog highlights of the week! By highlights I mean posts that made me really think or go back and read twice.
Blog-World Double Takes
Lindsay talks about the concept of feeding each other – and most certainly not just with food. It made me think twice about how much we all really need each other and the loved ones in our lives, and vice versa!
Madeline threw a 1st birthday party for the most adorable, Emmalyne, and it looked like a Pinterest explosion! I was so impressed that I had to go back and look again…and again, and again! And take some notes
picture from foodfitnessandfamilyblog.com
picture from Lindsay
picture from Lindsay
Do you like Indian food?
Your current workouts: focus more on strength or cardio?