I'm linking up with Holly and Tricia this week for the weekly wrap.
Monday: Zumba and weights
Thursday: 3.75 miles and Zumba
Friday: 4 miles easy pace and weights
Saturday: 3 hours Move-a-Thon Zumba and 5 mile hike
Sunday: Zumba and 6 tempo (ish) miles
Last week Roger and I decided that we were stopping our training for a Marathon this spring. We were behind from the beginning of the year, and we simply never caught up. For the rest of that day I walked around feeling lost. I know it's overly dramatic, but that's exactly how I felt. The best solution for feeling lost... go for a run. There is more marathons later this year.
Do All The Zumba
This week was super zumba heavy and I loved it all so much! Monday I tried a new Zumba place, Zumba with Cat. I do zumba with Cat on Thursdays at the YMCA, and she is one of my favorite instructors there. When Megan posted the other classes she offered, it was a solid option for Mondays!
Zumba at the skating rink was really cool! the place was huge and there were dancing lights, that was so awesome!!
Thursday night I ran with Fleet Feet along the Conodoguinet Creek, it was a beautiful spring day!
On Saturday I decided to attempt a 3 hours zumba day! I have done 2 hours before, and absolutely loved it, so it felt like 3 would be doable. The YMCA had a Move-A-Thon with their Zumba instructors, I might do a recap of this later on the week.
I had so much fun!! I danced so hard and shook everything my mama gave me... my mama didn't give me much of a butt, but I shook whatever is back there until they kicked us out!
After all the Zumba, I needed all the Starbucks.
|My order on my way to Valley Forge. So grateful for gift cards!|
After the Move-A-Thon, we drove to Valley Forget for a paved hike around the monuments there. Valley Forge is such a beautiful place, I can't believe how long it took us to make it out there!
We also had a very productive Sunday, we got up and ran some errands and did lots of laundry. After, I had my last Zumba of the week with the awesome ladies of Art In Motion Fitness.
And a quick and tad painful 6 miler.
|I don't know why I'm smiling, my calves and my butt were in pain !|
It was painful, because Camp Hill can be very hilly. The first two miles were very relaxing and calming, then like Marcia would say, the suck monkeys started to whisper negative thoughts of pain in my legs... but it got done!
I feel like there is food pictures missing.... After our hike we had this super tasty chocolate dessert at a Restaurant in King Of Prussia. It was super yummy! I have no memory of what it was called.
Currently Reading :
The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead, while still finishing The Magicians.
Also, yesterday I watched a really cute, but really sad kids movie. We rented Middle School, The Worst Years Of My Life, and it was all going well, funny and entertaining, until 3/4 of the movie in... when we find out the one character, a kid, is a ghost! Man! that one hit me hard!! I started crying at that scene. Not cool !! I am not ok with kids being ghost in movies! It reminded me of reading We Were Liars, that book broke me!
Tell me about you!!
How was Your week?
Who raced this weekend?
What do you order at Starbucks?
What weird snack do you eat?
How is Spring coming along where you live?
Do you like sad kid's movies?