Workouts 12/14-12/20 and Coaching Giveaway Winner!

I had high hopes of getting in some good workouts this week before the holidays begin, but stomach bugs and running just don’t mix well. So a few unplanned rest days happened. I typically find time to workout even when I am traveling so its not like I won’t do anything next week, I just would have liked to have gone into the craziness with a few more workouts completed. Oh well!

Sunday: Rest

Monday: 5.46 miles @ 8:54 pace with hills, PM: 75 minutes hot yoga

monday

Tuesday: 6.01 miles @8:56 pace, PM: 20 minutes online barre workout

tuesday

Wednesday: 2.5 miles on treadmill, Body Pump, CX Works  PM: 2 miles  

body pump

Thursday:  Rest (sick)

Friday: Rest (sick)

Saturday: 45 minutes easy on spin bike, 45 minutes barre (I did a 15 day free trial of Barre3), 15 minutes easy yoga- I knew I wasn’t up for running yet but was feeling a little better and wanted to see how an easy workout would go. It felt good to move, but I definitely still wasn’t feeling myself. 

Total: 15.97 miles

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How were your workouts this week?

Do you usually keep up with your workouts while you are traveling?

 

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29 thoughts on “Workouts 12/14-12/20 and Coaching Giveaway Winner!

    • Its definitely nice to not worry about working out while on vacation. When I travel with my in-laws (and even my family) I am always up so much earlier than everyone theres really nothing else to do besides workout. Since we stay in hotels I usually just opt to use the hotel gym.

    • At firs the hot yoga was pretty intense but I have learned to love it! Now whenever I take a class I make sure to take a hot class, since thats something I can’t do at home. I’ve been loving the online barre, and really want to try it in a studio at some point. I am definitely feeling muscles that I have been neglecting for years!

    • I won’t be running outside in Michigan (I think its always snowing/icy/freezing there!) but I’ll probably run outside in NY since thats pretty much the same as the weather Im used to in MD. But hotel gyms are a good option too for quick workouts.

    • Yes, definitely. Even though I felt better in general today I still didn’t have as much energy running-wise as I usually do. Being sick really takes a toll on your body!

    • I love running in new places! But I won’t run outside in Michigan because the weather there is usually so gross- Plus its easier to pack shorts and tank tops for the hotel gym:)

  1. I’m glad you’re feeling better, it seemed like that stomach bug really knocked you on your ass for a while there! Honestly, you got in a lot more workouts than I did this week – I’ve taken ultra marathon recovery rest period to its extreme and haven’t done much of anything, haha. (Granted I did pack up my whole life and move across the country, but still! I’m craving a good workout. I can’t wait to get to my mom’s house and take the dog out to run on some trails.)
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    • That sounds great! I was really craving a run today after laying in bed for 3 days. I did make it out but didnt have as much energy as usual. It definitely felt good to move and get fresh air!

    • Sorry to hear you’ve been sick too! I also like the change in scenery when workout out in different places.

    • That’s really great that you have been able to incorporate workouts into your traveling. I know that a lot of people who travel all the time tend to get out of the habit of working out because it can be difficult to fit it in without a regular routine. I also just enjoy working out while I am traveling and on vacation; it seems to get my day off to a good start!

  2. I haven’t been keeping up with workouts or blogging this week. = ( Glad to hear you are feeling better. Hope you enjoyed the barre class – it’s one of my favorite cross-training classes!
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    • I can definitely see the appeal of the barre classes! Its a great way to strength train without spending a ton of time lifting heavy weights.

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