It’s been awhile since I’ve written one of these posts, so I thought I’d share my workouts from the last week.
Monday afternoon was my first Zumba class in quite awhile (maybe a few months?) I actually can’t remember the last one I went to, so it was good to get back at it. Since I took the Zumba Basic Steps 1 certification I see classes differently than I did before. It was a fun class with an instructor that I’d never had before so I got to workout with some new music and choreography.
Tuesday night I took a spin class. While they generally aren’t my first choice for group fitness, they always seem to fly by – probably because I’m working so hard. It was a relatively small class (there was only 6 or 7 of us). Apparently there’s usually quite a few more people who come to the class, but they must have been outside enjoying the nice weather. We did a speed section as well as a hill section. The instructor played a great variety of music – everything from Foo Fighters to Oasis with a little Steppenwolf in there too.
Wednesday was a rest day because my legs were toast after the spin class.
Thursday also ended up being a rest day. Between school and getting in my internship hours I was beat by the time I got home and a workout just wasn’t going to happen.
Friday morning I did an upper body workout. I did the arm workout from the One on One Training with Jackie DVD (affiliate link). I didn’t include legs because they’re still sore from the spin class earlier in the week. Apparently I worked harder than I thought. I like this DVD because the different body parts (upper body, lower body, and core) are split up into 20 minute sections and you can do one, two, or all three.
I’m considering going to a restorative yoga class tonight. Although it won’t be much of a workout, I always feel so relaxed afterwards – which is a great way to start off a long weekend.
Now that you know what my weekly workouts were, share a favorite one of yours from the past week.
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