Monday, November 3, 2014

I'm BACK!!!

My last post was October 14th!  Has it really been almost a month since I last talked to you guys?  Well, I'm back, and ready to go.  This past month I've been dealing with an infected wisdom tooth.  Trust me when I say the pain is no joke!  If you've never dealt with one then let me tell you, it's worse than being in labor.  I've had 3 kids with no epidural and I'd happily have another one rather than deal with my teeth again. 

Whenever I go on hiatus I always have a difficult time figuring out how to approach coming back.  Do I ignore my absence and act like it never happened?  Or do I explain it?  Obviously I chose to explain it.  In addition to not writing on here, I also haven't been to the gym in 2 weeks.  

At the gym today it was really sad to see how much strength I've lost in the past 2 weeks.  I was lifting 20+ pounds LESS than I normally do.  But, in the next 3 weeks I plan on reversing that and {hopefully} increase my strength and beat all my personal bests.  I'm challenging myself to make this happen before Thanksgiving.  So, for the next 24 days I will be pushing myself.  I'm going to earn my Thanksgiving dinner!

So here's my weekly split:

Monday -- Cardio
Tuesday -- Quads/Glutes/Abs
Wednesday -- Back/Biceps
Thursday -- Hamstrings/Abs
Friday -- Cardio
Saturday -- Chest/Abs/Tri
Sunday -- Cardio/Rest

On Saturday and Sunday I'm starting to train Kaylee, my oldest.  So she will be coming to the gym with me.  So every week I'm going to give y'all a few workouts that you can do at home or at the gym and I'm going to include cross-training tips for swimmers.  

Do you have any goals for the month?  What are they?  Let me know!

1 comment:

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