I’m not going to go into detail about each day since I’m jamming multiple days in 1 post, but I will give you a short recap.
Day 2: I bought weights for Day 2 instead of using soup cans and couldn’t believe how much harder it was with 3 pound weights. (Yeah…I know 3 pounds isn’t much, but after doing pushups, I can barely lift my arms)
Day 3: This is the 1 day in my 30 days that I gave myself permission not to shred. Instead, I woke up at the crack of dawn and did a half-marathon. Yep…I did 13.1 miles on Saturday, so I gave myself permission to not exercise the rest of the day!
Day 4: Sunday was a super busy day for us. We had church in the morning, dinner plans at 6, and I had plans to meet a friend to walk later that night. I also had tons of housework that I needed to catch up on. After lunch on Sunday, I worked around the house and then realized I had 45 minutes til we needed to leave to meet our friends. I knew that I probably wouldn’t be home til after 10, so I had to get my workout in right then.
I threw some workout clothes on and proceeded to do 30 Day Shred. My body was still super sore from the half-marathon on Saturday and it didn’t help that my 13 year old sat on the couch making sure I did each movement correctly and that I didn’t slack off for a second!
Day 5: I managed to convince a friend to commit to doing 30 Day Shred with me on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of this week and next at 6am. Although I didn’t feel like getting out of bed, I headed to the gym to meet my friend for a quick workout. 30 Day Shred is definitely more fun with a friend.
That’s the scoop around here! Have you been working out? What have you been doing?
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