Anyway, today is full of W’s. Lets see, we have WIAW, WIWW, and of course the two big WINNERS of the Timex giveaway. No need to chit chat, lets get this party started.
Snacks of course were feelin’ fresh…..yes, recipe to come soon (this week!).
Lunch was another hodge podge mash. Veggies, Egg, Deer Sausage (my dad brought it down for us), and some gluten free toast and cherry jam.
It was more like BRUNCH and I LOVE that!
I might have sampled my new HEALTHY BITE- this is going to be May’s Flavor.
Sorry, it’s a secret recipe.
Feeling good with a little TRILOGY!
Dinner was AT THE TABLE!! No distractions!
Burundi Fish with nice mango hot sauce, turmeric sweet potato chips, and salad.
Alright, enough food talk. Lets show some WIWW Love!
What I Worked Wednesday
Hills and Thrills
- Jog to a small hill around your gym or house. Hill should take about 1 minute to run up.
- Do 2 hill repeats forward (jog down), 2 backwards (jog down), 2 side shuffling up (jog down), 2 walking lunges (jog down), and 2 side to side skips- think about leaping onto each foot here.
- Jog back to a flat surface, gym, or home.
- Go through this circuit 5x.
- 5 reverse lunge kick on each leg
- 10 side to side burpees
- 10 pull-ups or if you don’t have a pull up bar do 10 dips
- DONE AND DONE!
I did this with my class the other day, all outside in 80F weather with 100% humidity. Lets just say we were all pretty fried at the end. ha!
And last but not least of the W’s…..WINNERS!
The hubs and I both randomly selected a number from the comments.
White Watch goes to Phil Baltazar who said..
I'd love to be able to give the WHITE one to my wife for her birthday next month. I've been an avid runner for some time and have decided to train for my first triathlon next year as I'm turning 40 and thought that would be my way to celebrate the gift of health. My wife recently asked me to help her train for her first 5k and would be equally grateful to have this training tool. I thank God not only today but everyday she is in my life along with our beautiful 2 yr. old twin boys. Being physically able to train is a gift and we appreciate it daily.
Pink Watch goes to Melissa S who said..
This Easter, I am far away from my friends and family for the first time in years. But yet I am extremely thankful to be ALIVE at this time of year. Religiously the holiday is all about rebirth, but this time of year reminds me of my dearest friend Jill Costello who didn't make it to see Easter this year. She passed away last summer from Stage IV lung cancer, at age 22, and she never smoked and was a D1 NCAA athlete. She was the most amazing person I ever met, and while I miss her every day, it's the holidays like Easter that remind me just how LUCKY I am to be there, and that I should enjoy every second of it, not only simply because I CAN but because she couldn't.
You two will be getting an email from me soon!
Phew, that was a long post. I’m tired.
Cheers to the W’s!