Last week’s workouts were pretty uneventful. I chose to walk more mornings than I ran but I think this coming week will have more running back in the rotation.
Saturday’s run on the boardwalk took place during the most beautiful summer weather. While I really don’t mind running in the heat and humidity, I totally appreciated the 67-degree temperatures, bright sunshine, and low humidity. Dare I even say, I was a little chilly while hanging out at the beach after my run?
I’m also fully appreciating where we are in summer, making sure I make the most of the warm air and early sun for walking and running. I know people love fall for running, and while I don’t hate it, I definitely don’t enjoy the later sunrises or when it gets colder than I like for walking in the morning.
All flows/workouts are Melissa Wood Health.
Monday – 3 Mile Walk + 12 Min Full Body Flow
Tuesday – 3 Mile Walk + 27 Min Arms/Abs/Booty (1 lb weights)
Wednesday – 3 Mile Run + 30 Min Walk
Thursday – 3 Mile Walk + 15 Min Power Pilates
Friday – 3 Mile Run/30 Min Walk
Saturday – 6 Mile Run
It was BEAUTIFUL this morning! My goal was five miles and to not suddenly feel sick like I did last week. I’m happy to report that I felt like my usual self during this run which only reinforced for me just how wrong I felt last week and how glad I am that I noticed it and cut my run short. You know how you normally feel so when you don’t feel normal, it stands out.
By six miles, I was done though. I didn’t want to continue but I did walk for a bit while chatting on the phone.
Sunday – 23 Min Yoga + 19 Min Full Body Power Series (1 lb weights) / Walk
This was such a great combo for today! I hadn’t done this particular yoga flow in a while and the full-body power series was newly added to the Melissa Wood Health menu – such a good one. It was challenging yet enjoyable. That’s really the best way to describe all of her workouts.
2 thoughts on “Week in Workouts (kinda uneventful?)”
Thanks for sharing walks as workouts. Like you said, it’s good to honor our bodies as running will always be there.
I’m so glad you pointed this out — so many people/runners DON’T including walking as a workout. Instead, they call it a rest day. I don’t agree with that at all – walking counts as exercise and as movement, even if it’s low-impact! It’s okay to have days that are easier on the body, they still count and are so important to an overall balanced lifestyle.