Weekly Workouts

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Good morning out there, you beautiful athletic beasts!! How was your weekend? I hope you loved every second of it and it left you feeling rested and excited for the week! I know mine did. I spent the weekend in the mountains with my sister-in-law, I ran through the park with my pup, then I spent an evening with friends watching GOT. So today I’m READY to go kick this weeks ass, and I hope you are too!

Even though I’m finally feeling great this week, I was pretty off the last 2 weeks. And my workouts (and work) suffered because of it. I talked about stress last week on the blog and the need to stay away from the gym in times of stress. Well my week of taking some time off from the gym leaked into my second week, and it’s left me feeling a little disappointed in myself. Which made me think about motivation and how to capture it when it feels a little lost.

I’ve had this question before but I haven’t always known how to answer it – “How do you motivate yourself, especially when you just don’t want to go to the gym?” Now I feel like I have a little better understanding to answer that question since I had multiple days last week when I just didn’t want to go.

Sometimes the body just needs rest and maybe that’s why the motivation has been lost. But if this motivation continues to dissipate week after week, it’s time to come up with a plan. And that’s exactly what I’ve done for the week ahead. I’ve come up with a plan that I know I can stick with. I’ll be going to 3 different workout classes that I’ve already signed up for the I’ve already planned my workouts on my own in between those classes. Having that plan ready to go already has me more excited. And I know that 1 week through of sticking with my plan will have me on a path to consistency. For you, that may take a couple days of sticking with a plan OR a couple weeks. But remember that consistency creates stamina and stamina is addicting. It’s something you’ll want to feel day after day which makes staying consistent even easier.

Just because you had an off week last week doesn’t mean you have to have an off week this week. Motivation is hard to find sometimes, but you can change that. You can find it. Come up with a plan and crush it this week!

Sunday – Boxing Class at Fly Kickbox through Class Pass

Monday – Rest Day

Tuesday – Quick HIIT Workout by Myself – See Workout Here

30 – 20 – 10 reps of:

  • Double KB Swings
  • Low Skater Lunges
  • Drop Lunge with Rotation
  • Burpee Pops

Rest 2 Minutes

200 double unders to finish

Wednesday – Full Body Workout By Myself (video coming to IG soon)

5 rounds of:

  • 20 Bear Hold KB pull throughs
  • 8 Single Leg deadlift to KB Row (each side)
  • 20 Suitcase Swings
  • 12 Landmine Lunge to Press (each side)
  • 8 Skater Squats (each side)

Thursday – Rest Day

Friday – Yoga Sculpt Class at CorePower Yoga

Saturday – Snowshoeing


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Oh, Hi! I’m Juli.

I’m a food hoarder. And a really bad dancer. If you don’t know me well, you will probably not understand my humor. Therefore, I apologize ahead of time. Thanks for listening to my ramblings of my ever-changing life and trusting my kitchen mishaps. Your trust in me is appreciated.


5 thoughts on “Weekly Workouts”

  1. Melanie Gibson

    OMG, that looks delicious!And I could probably eat some of that for breakfast and not feel too weird about it. I’ve been doing IF for years by skipping breakfast and getting outside early in the am for a run, but lately I have been thinking about flipping my IF routine, having more to eat early in the day, and not trying to be as obsessed over counting all the bloody macros if I end up pigging out later. Even though it is healthy food; I tend to have a lot more of it than you are supposed to. Also, I am curious to see if I feel less irritable and bitchy if I have the bulk of my calories by early afternoon.

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