Weekly Workout Scheduling

Monday, Monday. Here we go again! Definitely a Monday. Within 5 minutes of waking up, I broke a glass.

We had more snow on Sunday morning. Pretty sure this one surprised everyone. Luckily it was only on the yards/houses and not on the roads. This week’s weather looks fantastic. Even talk of a high of 70.

In case you missed the past couple of posts:

100 Days Til Summer
A Snowy Fabulous Friday Five

Be sure and check out my latest post for Forefront Magazine – Goals Waning? Need Motivation? Turn to Your Colleagues. Would love your comments over there!

Last Week’s Workouts

Scheduled: Treadmill (5K coming on Saturday)
Actual: Rest Day – was super sore from the previous 3 days

Scheduled: Group Circuit Class
Actual: 15 minute treadmill, 15 minute rock climbing, 15 minute treadmill, 60 minute group circuit class

Scheduled: Core Barre
Actual: Unplanned rest day – Blinding headache

Scheduled: Body Attack
Actual: 5 minute elliptical, At Home Circuit Workout

Scheduled: Rest Day / Valentine’s Day
Actual: Rest Day – Gave Blood

Scheduled: Hot Chocolate Lover’s 5K
Actual: Hot Chocolate Lover’s 5K (52 minutes walking)

Scheduled: To Be Determined
Actual: 5 minute treadmill, 60 minute Body Combat Class (see my stats from my HRM)

Body Combat 2-16-14

This Week’s Workouts

Monday – Mother-in-Law’s Birthday Dinner
Tuesday – Study Day
Wednesday – Study Day
Thursday – Study Day
Friday – Study Day
Saturday – Certified Personal Trainer Exam Day
Sunday – Relax and hopefully celebrate!

Yes, I am taking off this entire week. I want to spend as much time as possible studying and getting ready to pass the CPT exam. I will probably take a few days off blogging as well. I have taken the practice exams as many times as they suggest. I know what I know, now I have to learn what I don’t know. I have the book, lots of notes, and flashcards.

Have you planned your workouts for the week? Do you aim for a certain amount of hours or number of days? Do you ever take entire weeks off?

Have a healthy day!


4 Responses to “Weekly Workout Scheduling”

  1. I never used to take weeks off—until our daughter.
    now I get so caught up with work and life and her and playing and being present I CAN BLINK–and a week has gone by.

  2. Good luck studying & taking the exam! You’re going to be a great pt!!!