(photo from creativelycreated.blogspot.com)
Hard to believe I’ve been tracking for 25 weeks already. Nearly 1/2 a year. It keeps me accountable but sometimes I think I’ll take a blogging break. But, it keeps me accountable. 🙂 (oh, did I mention that already? ha!)
This week I started Level 2 of Lauren Brook’s Kettlebells for Women program. It’s certainly harder. I have had DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) all week – which I didn’t have with Level 1. In a good way though – not miserable.
Monday – April 1: JMx2, Tabata 2. I hate tabata workouts. Not sure why because they are over and done with almost before they start.
Tuesday – April 2: 60 min bush walk, WO #6 (chest press, clean & squat, alt swings, pullover to crunch, Russian twist, mini plank, farmers walk)
Wednesday – April 3: 50 min bush walk, JM x2, 3/3 naked TGU
Thursday – April 4: WO #7 (windmill, single leg dl, alt swings, goblet squat, pushup, single arm row, high pull, Russian twist, mini-plank), 5/5 unweighted lunges)
Friday – April 5: Rest Day. Thank goodness. I need one. I’m very tired this week. 60 min bush walk at daybreak (I love this time of day!), restorative yoga
Saturday – April 6: 5/5 lunge, WO #8 – 3 sets (1/2 TGU, TGU, clean, goblet squat, 2hs, press, bicep curl, tricep extension, high pull)
Sunday – April 7: 60 min yin yoga (feet focused), 60 min restorative yoga (legs up wall, savasana, supported recliner pose, supported child pose), JMx2. Schedule called for Tabata 2 workout but I HATE Tabata so I opted to haul and stack 11 wheelbarrows of wood (a UTE load) instead. It was pleasant doing it while the sun was shining.
Tomorrow I have an appointment with the surgeon to determine if a gallbladder surgery is in my future. I’m not looking forward to surgery but I am looking forward to being able to eat without gas, nausea and pain. I had 2 attacks today – both after eating. There doesn’t seem to be any correlation to what I’m eating versus what brings on attacks though….today it was after my morning porridge and this afternoon after a blueberry/banana protein shake.