Mountain Climbers Are Challenging
It was really neat reading some of your favorite moments in life. I also loved that many of us share the same favorite desserts :).
I will be absent from the blog world for the “work day” hours today…but I’ll catch up tomorrow evening! I have fieldwork from 7:30-5ish today. Basically I’ll just be observing what OTs do in this particular setting. I’m really excited!
So yesterday I got to see my cousin’s baby, Cael! OMG you guys he was so precious!
Just look at that precious face :). It was so nice to see him and my cousin! They are both doing well, as is daddy but he was at work so I didn’t get to see him.
Yesterday I also completed my first bootcamp workout for this week. Man, all I have to say is that my legs were on fire! They’ve been pretty sore these past few days since I started working them out again. Good thing I gave them some rest on Sunday or I think yesterday’s strength workout would have happened!
I’m totally enjoying having workouts created for me. And you can tell that Tina really knows her stuff! I’m so glad that I decided to take part in her bootcamp.
We were supposed to complete 20 minutes of steady state cardio after the strength workout, but since I don’t have a gym to go to right now and it was raining outside I was kind of stuck. I decided to do a variation of Julie’s jumping jack’s circuit workout! I shortened it a bit and added in a couple of different moves as well. All in all though, I was huffin’ and puffin’ at the end. Whoever says you can’t get in a good workout at home was lying!
And I just have to say- mountain climbers are incredibly challenging for me when done for longer than 30 seconds. My shoulder’s start burning and I get so fatigued that I can’t complete them with good form. That’s when I know to take a break- I’d rather do less with better form so that I get the benefit from them!
Anyway, I hope you all have an amazing day!
What is a more cardio-based exercise that you find really challenging?