Hello Hip Huggers and Happy Friday!
Started my day sipping some coffee scrolling thru Facebook looking
for a laugh and was dinged today’s Timehop from 3 years ago..
A lot of food?! Hahahaha!! I’m fighting back tears!
Y’all I had this eating thing down to a science!
Seems a bit high maintenance now but eating
healthy and really managing my portions, was a
recipe for weight loss success.
unsuccess, I saw a peek of the sun so I got up for a 2 mile run.
I am glad there is no such thing as a bad run because this one
would have qualified for sure. I had to fight for and thru this run!
Wet and muddy everywhere, my jacket felt itchy, my new gloves were hard
to get used to, and my foot arches ached after just a quarter mile into my run.
But it was too pretty of a sky to let my body talk me
into out of 2 miles. I have needed this mental run for some
days now and I was gonna knock it out!
TKO! 3 Mile Run, slow but steady.
Home and I need to lift something! I pulled out my
favorite arm blast and did my
Here’s the Arm Work; 3 Sets of 10:
**Used with 8 lb. weights**
10 Curl to Press
10 Side to Lateral Raise
10 Row to Fly
10 Single Tricep Extensions
Followed up that routine with
shoulder burnouts. Burnouts are
pretty much another routine performed
after the primary workout to work muscles
to full exhaustion, so use a super light weight!
**Used with 3 lb. weights**
All one Set:
25 Side Lateral Raises
25 Front Raises
25 Shoulder Presses
25 Arm Circles
tapout burnout, I needed to recharge.
I also needed a carb, to refuel these glycogen stores.
I grabbed a lavash, cooked up a couple pieces of bacon
and egg w/ cheese, and used leftover pico de gallo, salsa, and
ranch from my birthday meal and voila… food at last!
Now, I need to grab a few things from Aldi before my kiddos
get out of school and we’re all in here fighting for food.
Enjoy your weekend, Hipsters!
Question: Do you care about pace when running?
2 thoughts on “Friday Food Fight”
Sometimes you just need a nice chill run to bust out of your rut! I have been really stressed about pace lately because it’s snowy and hard to run fast. Once I let go of this idea that winter running was going to be a breeze and just get out and enjoy it, things got so much better!
Have a great weekend! (Love/hate burnout sets. They work, though!!) Cheers!
I am so glad you dropped that knowledge, Martha! I shoot for the stars when it comes to winter running, and I need to accept the limitations of cold, wet runs. I definitely busted out of a non running run with it! I guess that’s why I blogged about because secretly, I was pleased! I won’t even start on burnouts… Haha! Thanks again and have an awesome weekend, M!!