Weekly Workout Scheduling

Happy Sunday! Hope you are having a fabulous weekend! Guess what I did yesterday?

Amish Friendship Bread

I made Amish Friendship Bread! My neighbor brought me a starter kit 10 days ago (when we were all home due to snow). I have been following the instructions daily and did the final step yesterday. It was actually supposed to be done Friday but I just didn’t have the time. It turned out surprisingly well. Kind of shocked to tell you the truth since it had so many steps. Yeah me!

Time to revisit my last week’s workouts and look forward to the week ahead.

Last Week’s Workouts

Monday 3rd
Scheduled: Deep Water (pool class)
Actual: Deep Water (pool class) – LOVED THIS! Also spent 30 minutes in hot tub before class.

Tuesday 4th
Scheduled: Group Circuit Training
Actual: 20 minutes treadmill, 60 minutes Group Circuit Training (5 stations with 2 exercises each)

Wednesday 5th
Scheduled: Body Combat
Actual: 5 minutes treadmill, 5 minute arc trainer, 10 minute treadmill – just wasn’t feeling this workout at all so I left

Thursday 6th
Scheduled: Rest Day – 31 Open House in Evening
Actual: Rest Day – 31 Open House in Evening

Friday 7th
Scheduled: 30 minute HIIT cardio
Actual: 5 minute treadmill, 20 minute arc trainer, 5 minute treadmill, 10 minutes random weights

Saturday 8th:
Scheduled: To be determined
Actual: 60 minute yoga class + 60 minute core barre

Sunday 9th
Scheduled: Body Combat or Body Pump or Zumba
Actual: 50/50 chance I make it to Body Combat today, listening to my body from two back to back workouts yesterday

Even without a Sunday class, that is 320 minutes of activity this week (average 45 minutes per day). I am okay with that. I certainly have to build up my endurance and my strength. Back to back yoga and core barre was tough, but doable.

This Week’s Workouts

Monday – Treadmill (5K coming on Saturday)
Tuesday – Group Circuit Class
Wednesday – Core Barre
Thursday – Body Attack
Friday – Rest Day / Valentine’s Day
Saturday – Hot Chocolate Lover’s 5K
Sunday – To Be Determined

For the class days I will walk on the treadmill or do the arc trainer if I have time before. I have to get ready for my 5K on Saturday. My goal for 2014 is to do one 5K per month.

My big goal for the next two weeks is finish studying for my NASM CPT (certified personal trainer) exam. Lots and lots to learn, memorize, and know.

Have you planned your workouts for the week? Do you aim for a certain amount of hours or number of days? Do you make a Plan B in case the machines are in use or the class is full?

Have a healthy day!

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