Life after Ripped in 30...
Truthfully, if I could still do Ripped in 30 almost every day and run too--I'd be a happy camper.
I am super interested in the Insanity program. Because I'm insane. But I'd have to find a super cheap copy!
This week's workouts.
Monday: I don't remember why exactly, but I didn't get to exercise.
Tuesday: 3.5ish mile run, average pace 10:16. I can tell that I haven't been running, mostly in my cardiovascular strength. And my feet. I keep getting a blister on the inside of one of my feet, even though I've had my shoes for over a few months.
Wednesday: Biggest Loser Weightloss Yoga, Level 1. I wanted to stay active, yet I knew I shouldn't push myself too much since it's my first week back to running.
Thursday: 4.2 miles on the treadmill. It was a gorgeous day--but my schedule dictated running during naptime. So I enjoyed the view of the gorgeous day from the treadmill in my garage. This run was warm--1 mile in 9:05--jog-1 mile in 9:05--jog-cool. It was TOUGH, especially that last timed mile. My cardio suffered without running. This is one of the reasons I like the treadmill though--I was able to finish it. Had I been on the street, I don't think I could have pushed myself.
Saturday: 5.5 miles. It was supposed to be a 5 mile run, but the apps I tried to use on my iPhone failed me and my math wasn't so good, even though I was running on a marked path. This run was with my sister and we took walk breaks throughout. The goal pace was supposed to be around 11:00 minutes, which overall we probably hit with the breaks. I didn't really time it though. This run felt good! My cardiovascular strength seems to be increasing again.
Yay for a double digit week in miles run!
Next week, I need to get a few sessions in with Jillian as well. I want to keep the strength I've worked for.