The morning started out with a RUN. A run with quite a few hills and a little walking, actually. It was a peaceful morning outdoors. After the run, it was TRX strength time with a couple ladies from the Y. Then, down to business…work.
Post workout THRIVE Shake!!!
Remainder of eats at the Y today:
One thinkThin bar for Lunch + One thinkThin bar for late afternoon snack = two thinkThin bars this Thursday!
The class line-up this evening was CX Worx and Beginner Basics. I had five AWESOME individuals in Beginner Basics – five beginners focused on converting to a healthy lifestyle. I enjoy working with them because what I love most is helping others realize how much better their bodies and minds will function if they exercise and eat healthy on a daily basis. It is amazing what kind of impact a healthy lifestyle can have on you physically, mentally, and emotionally.
Doing away with unhealthy eating habits and incorporating in exercise to one’s daily lifestyle can be a great challenge, so to help motivate and encourage individuals on their journey toward a healthier body and mind is so rewarding to me. To see improvement each week and to be there to help them achieve their goals…it doesn’t get much better than that #bestpartofmyjob.
Dinner was made once I finally arrived home a bit after 8 (late nights at the Y are worth it, since they are spent helping others pursue a healthy lifestyle) ~
Sweet Tater + Grilled Chicken Sandwich with Greens & Laughing Cow Light Swiss Cheese Wedge on Artesian Whole Grain Bread (not gluten-free…sad face, but quite tasty)
After dinner, it was time to enjoy a tasty glass of Blackstone Merlot. Why?…because it is Thursday.
The tentative new goal set is a half-marathon taking place in Owensboro, KY on Memorial Day weekend. That leaves me exactly two weeks to stay conditioned and keep-up the long runs. If my quad strengthens back up in the next few days, I hope to take on the challenge! If it does not…I will NOT be a happy camper.
What are your exercise goals?! You need to think in long and short terms — Months ahead (name a few), weeks ahead (get a few ASAP), this week (you best have those written out already, people!!).
Until next time,