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This morning I kick-started my first full day at Blissdom with a bun-kicking Pilates Barre class led by guru Suzanne Bowen.
Suzanne is the creator of Barre Amped, which apparently does UH-MAZE-ING things for a booty.
I had a great plan for this week. It all started on Monday with an elliptical workout at the gym, an early morning date with a Tae Bo DVD Tuesday, a quick trip to Little Rock Tuesday afternoon, followed by a great Pilates class Wednesday, then on to the Blissdom blogging conference where I would do the 7 am fitness class Friday & Saturday.
It’s not that I screwed up in any big way. This post is about
For those of you keeping up with my 30/30/30 personal fitness challenge for the month of February, today I did workout number 21, which means I’m on still on track to finish the month with thirty 30-minute workouts in thirty days.
For the first time since I started this fitness challenge I’m facing a pretty hairy week as far as schedules go. Tomorrow morning I leave for Little Rock to attend an awards ceremony, then drive back home the next day. The day after that I fly out to Nashville for Blissdom, where I’ll be until Saturday.
As the end of the month approaches I can see the light at the end of this tunnel. Now is not the time to slack on all of this consistent exercise I’ve done. This is the closest I’ve come to completing any sort of fitness goal possibly ever.
In an effort to break up the elliptical/Pilates/elliptical/Pilates cycle I’ve been in this past week I went to Zumba today. People tell me Zumba is AMAAAAAAAAAAAZING and fun and a great workout. This was not my perception the last time I tried it. My experience was more like this:
Oh! fun music. I can shake my booty.
Wait. What’s she doing there?
Getting up at the A$% crack of dawn isn’t easy. The jarring feeling of the alarm clock going off at 5:00 a.m. makes my skin crawl. We’re so into sleep around here, that our alarm clock is in an entirely different room so that
The fancy touch-screen computer TechnoGym ellipticals aren’t enough to keep me entertained during a workout. Sometimes it takes an iPad to truly distract me from the reality of doing anything in the same place for an hour. Today it took an iPad, a fancy piece of equipment and a good visit with a friend. Each workout has been very different during this challenge.