On a serious note. If the only reason you are following my blog is for SST pictures, please unfollow me.
I post them very rarely, when I want to and definitely not when people who can’t even identify themselves feel it’s been too long.
Get off my lawn.
Anonymous asked: Should I be kidding? Haha.... it's been awhile since I've seen any
Anonymous asked: Where has all the SST and OTD pictures lately hun?
15 minute elliptical warm up @70rpm
Kettlebell (3 Rounds):
Spider drags 20# kb 90 seconds
Swings 20# kb 60 seconds
Bent rows 30# (15# kb each side) 45 seconds (x38, x40, x45)
Goblet squats 22# kb x 20
Abs 5 minutes (crunches / russian twists)
Leg extension 50# x 15 x 2
Leg press 150# x 35 x 25
Seated leg curl 30# x 100
Feet are still shredded from my race and my head is pounding, but I didn’t want to leave the gym tonight. Back tomorrow for kickboxing and tabata.
Anonymous asked: Hi beautiful... Wanted to wish u good luck but, well we know why. Congrats on the race.... Hope ur doing well otherwise. Have a great day ;-) <3
Hi, Anon. Thanks for thinking of me. Obviously I’ve had anon off (one bad apple or something).
Have a nice day. :)
Not impressed with today.
* The work day can’t end soon enough today.
* Kettlebell workout planned tonight.
* Kayaking Ft. DeSoto on Saturday.
* I’ll get back to you on that.
Work friend: You’re looking skinny from the back today.
Me: *whips head around and tries to look at backside.*
Work friend: Don’t worry. You still have dat ass.
I felt a tremendous distance between me and everything real.
My elbows got jacked up. Knees and shins are skinned, too. I feel so bloated from my celebratory beer. I can’t wait to get back in the gym tomorrow.
I have zero motivation for work today. I got in late from Miami and ended up being 90-minutes late to work in order to return my rental car on time.
My weekend was so much fun. The race was challenging. The terrain was rough and very hard on my feet and knees. I didn’t notice how shredded the bottom of my feet were until yesterday. I’ve got a ton of blisters and tears from running on the rocks. Most of the race was on very rocky gravel. Some of it was waist deep through Biscayne Bay (which felt fantastic) and also on the beach itself.
The most terrifying obstacle (for me) was the wood bridge that went up and over the roadway. Getting up was no problem, it was climbing down that had me pep talking myself. I’d say it was at least 20 ft. I’m not a fan of heights.
After my post race dinner on Sunday I met some girls from Boston at the tiki bar in my hotel and ended up club hopping with them on Hollywood Blvd. (in Hollywood, FL). I danced and drank until after 2a.m.
I registered for another race- 5k with obstacles- next month in Dade City. (Link with info is a few posts back.)
Needless to say getting back to the grind is a bummer.