We hit the gym and I worked my chest in the weight room, then did half of the class, then ran 2 miles around the building. I knew it would be boring but at least it was an outdoor run. In fact the temperature felt so nice I thought it would be a good idea to take the girls in the stroller for the other 3 miles I had planned instead of knocking them out on the treadmill at home. Brace yourself, here comes a shoe selfie...
The most exciting part of our afternoon was the UPS delivery, where my Amazon subscription sent me more razor heads when I didn't need them. I think the universe is trying to tell me I need to shave my legs.
I've had people contact me via text or Facebook asking about my gym I go to. I'll have to make a post more detailed about it sometime, but it's not a regular gym like Vasa or Planet Fitness or anything like that. It's also not a crossfit gym, I get asked that a lot. We kind of do a little bit of everything there. First, there is a separate weight room, like a regular gym would have, and each member is given their own personal lifting routine based on their goals. Not very many people lift, but I am one that does. Then there is the cross training portion of the gym. They're boot camp-type classes that are pretty vigorous and intense, but also easily adaptable. I'll go into more detail later but we do everything from barbell work to burpees, pull-ups, battle ropes, TONS of core work, running, punching bags (my personal favorite), monkey bars, rings, bosu's, TRX's, tires, dumbbell weight lifting... You name it. It's fantastic and I love it. Anyway, that's a brief rundown of the gym, but more on it later.
Tonight we were supposed to try a new recipe for dinner but I just couldn't bring myself to cook. So we ordered some pizza and amazingly, the pizza fit my macros! So I didn't even have to feel guilty about it! *epic music*
During dinner we sent pictures to grandma who is out of town
And speaking of cute, their bath time was a riot!! Randomly Brynlie taught herself how to float on her back. She would float there and then bust a gut giggling. It was hilarious.
We're ending the night with some good 'ol fashioned, carpet-destroying, fun. I totally loved doing this as a kid, except we used sleeping bags. They're amateurs. I'll teach them the ways when they're ready.
Honorable mention: I did shave my legs.