When I woke up this morning, it took me a bit more time than usual to get into the swing of things. Why?
Because yesterday, I was determined to get weight training AND cardio in. I walked on the gym floor at 9:50 a.m. and did back. If I remember correctly, I did:
- Pull up assist – wide grip – 3 sets of 15
- Pull up assist – narrow grip – 3 sets of 15
- Body rows using the Smith Machine – 3 sets of 10 Ugh!
- Lat Pull down – wide grip – 3 sets of 12
- Lat Pull down – narrow grip – 3 sets of 12
- Barbell upright row – 3 sets of 10
- T-Bar row – 3 sets of 12
- Seated cable row – 3 sets of 12
- Face pulls on capable machine – 3 sets of 12
- Rope pull (standing) 30 sec. superset with 10 push ups x 4
My muscles were fried, but I got in my car and drove about 20 minutes to the Ocean City Bridge. Although it was hot as heck out, the bridge stands high over the water so there was a constant breeze.
Oh yeah! I did some ab work too! Just three different exercises… all together about 310 reps. All but 75 were using weights. Lol!
The bridge has a nice walkway and fishing pier underneath. I thought this perspective was cool!
I changed sneakers and ran the bridge! “Running the bridge” means you run the bridge, turn around and run back over it again. Lol! Some people say I’m nuts, but I am a fitness junkie, enthusiasts or whatever else you can come up with. I love working out, especially when time is not an issue.
This is why I love the summer!
I can workout for as long as I want to! 🙂
The last time I ran the bridge was last summer. Since my summer break (June 26), I have wanted to run the bridge, so you can image how excited I was yesterday. I think this was also my first real run (outside of crossFit) this year.
I took it slow. Didn’t want to hurt myself. My time was actually a little better because my iPod locked and I spent a few minutes fumbling with it.
Anyways… the run was heavenly!! I felt free and on top of the world! A hot sunny day, running across a bridge that, less than a year ago, I was terrified to run. Thanks to my friend Nicole, the bridge isn’t an issue anymore. Ha!! How about that!!
So, today I did crossFit. Yeah, my quads, shoulders, abs and back were sore, but I knew once I got moving, I’d be fine.
SWOD: 10-15 Min to work up to 1 rm Snatch – I worked on perfecting my snatched, so I practiced at 75 pounds which was plenty.
WOD: 18 Min – EMOM (Every min on the min)
Min 1- 20 m sled push
Min 2- 10 kb clean and jerk + Lunge 5L/5R
Min 3- 20 double under/ 5 HSPU (handstand push up)
My double under’s aren’t so hot, so to keep the momentum, I did 40 singles. Using a box, I did my hand stand push ups.
So after the WOD, the coaches decided that we needed to do a buy out. Yuck!
20 Russian Twists
20 Hollow Rocks
Stick a fork in me, I was and still am done!
I’m headed to bed now. The “plan” is to workout early tomorrow morning. How early? Umm… 5 a.m.!
Sweet dreams and keep it movin’!