This week has absolutely flown by! I can’t believe that it’s already Sunday afternoon. I’m really grateful that I was able to pick up some extra hours oat work this week (I’m trying to save as much as I can since I start school in September), but that hasn’t left much time for blogging or working out.
Sunday, February 15 I started off the week with a rest day. My arms were pretty sore from my workouts over the previous few days, so I decided to listen to my body and take it easy.
Monday, February 16 I decided to do workout #5 from Jillian Michaels Body Revolution (affiliate link). It was the last workout from the DVD, so expect a review of it in the next few weeks. It was 25 minutes of cardio, which was actually pretty fun. I think I’ll end up using this workout in the future when I want to add on to a strength training workout, so I can get the best of both worlds.
Tuesday, February 17 Since I had to be at work really early I took another rest day. There’s no way I’m getting up before 3:45 am to get in a workout before work.
Wednesday, February 18 I went for a walk in a nearby park after work. It was sunny, but the wind was pretty gusty so I cut it short and only stayed out for 30 minutes. There’s always lots of people in this park as the paved paths always get cleared of snow pretty quickly when it snows. Being able to walk in snow free paths is such a treat.
Thursday, February 19 I planned to take Thursday as a rest day, so that’s exactly what I did. It was a gorgeous day out, so I was tempted to go for another walk, but by the time I finished my homework after work the sun was already going down.
Friday, February 20 I’d set my alarm and was planning to get in a workout before work, but I couldn’t convince my sleepy self to get up. I kept pressing snooze and by the time I finally talked myself into it, I didn’t have enough time left.
Leave me a comment with your secret to getting up early for a workout when you really don’t feel like it.
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