Monday, February 15, 2016

Family Day

Today was an unintentional double workout Monday!

Started off the holiday Monday by sleeping in, thanks to the wonderful husband for getting up with our ever so punctual 7 am wake up toddler.  

As soon as I got up I knew I wanted to get a workout in since I couldn't get myself to get it in over the weekend.  So fasted Cardio Challenge workout followed by breakfast!  Had Bart snap a picture because I was just so happy to finally be able to hold my knees up to my chest.  First time in a while. Yay for NSVs!

Since the workout was done, we had the rest of the day to spend together, so we decided to visit Bart's parents and we were hoping to get Ava out on her skis that we got her for her birthday.  Lots of stuff going on and the skis were forgotten at home so we hung around indoors and watched movies!  Since I had my breakfast so late, I wasn't feeling hungry when everyone else ate so I missed lunch and was getting super hangry by the end of the day. 

Since some other plans fell through with my side of the family, we took Ava to a trampoline park to get some jumping in and by the time we were done, it was past dinner time and almost time to pick up her nanny so we grabbed some pizza and we pretty much inhaled it!

I was a little disappointed with myself for caving in for the pizza (I had considered bringing some protein powder but thought I'd be okay - not!) but meh, it is what it is! 

We got home and Ava had passed out on the ride back so it was a quick and easy bedtime so I thought I'd try another workout!  I was watching a bit of Max Cardio Challenge earlier for month two so I thought I'd give the moderator track a try.  No pre-workout meant that it was all me out there and it was super hard.  

When I do the workouts, I don't have anything set planned but I do a sort of Frankenstein-hybrid between the moderator and the plyo moves.  I count my max-out time when I can't even continue to do the moderator moves.  

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