Welcome to week 4 of me balancing running (yes I’m running again!!!) and strength training into my life. If this is your first time reading one of my strength training post, I’m taking a strength training class at Columbia Fitness Boot Camp and sharing my experiences along the way.
When you fail to plan you plan to fail. As you may have read in week 2, I had my scheduling down to a science when it came to working out and eating. This week my plans for that weekend got in the way. I really enjoyed my weekend tho’…hanging with Veronica in Atlanta (so I guess having a bum week was all worth it in the end).
Welcome to week 2 of me balancing running (well walking for now) and strength training into my life. If this is your first time reading one of my strength training post, I’m taking a strength training class at Columbia Fitness Boot Camp and sharing my experiences along the way.
Haha!! After week one, I am noticing a few small changes in my body. I actually picked up a heavier weight in class on Monday 🙂 .
This was a very busy week, but somehow I managed to get it all done. It wasn’t easy but actually taking the time to ‘pencil’ it in really helped me to stick with it. On Sunday, I wrote down a plan of action for the upcoming week. I knew what I was having for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I even had my snacks planned out. I also wrote my workout and eating schedule down as well. When you plan it is kind of hard to fail (note to self: Write this in big letters for next week post).
Let me just start by saying….I AM THE WEAKEST LINK!!!! Yes, I realize I have to crawl before I walk but man this weight training is no joke. Which for me is a good thing. I love to push and challenge myself and I think I’m going to be able to do just that at Columbia Fitness Boot Camp.