I thought I'd separate my workout posts from my weigh-in posts. Some people are interested in seeing what kind of workouts other people do, some couldn't care less. I vary -- I'm interested in seeing workout programs with variety, but not so interested if your workouts vary from a 3-mile run to a 7-mile run.
Maybe it's because I'm not running much these days. My toes are still giving me trouble. That's my #1 motivation for wanting to lose weight -- the hope that taking some weight off my feet will help my toes.
Monday: 45-minute yoga class, my first in a while. It felt very challenging even though it was a pretty basic class. Lots of flow instead of single poses. I also did a 25-minute walk.
Tuesday: I did one of my run-walk workouts. It was about 15 minutes of running with about 20 minutes of walking. Toes did bother me the next day, unfortunately.
Wednesday: No workout. I had two important meetings and didn't have time.
Thursday: My spin class. It felt great.
Friday: Wanted to spin but the class was full by the time I got there, even though I was 10 minutes early. Did 10 minutes on the rowing machine, which I'm not sure I will do again. My achilles tendon was killing me the next day. I might not have used good form. Also did 20 minutes of fast incline walking on the treadmill -- boring. It may actually have been the walking that bothered my ankle, since I wasn't wearing great shoes. I wear clip-in shoes for Spin class so I was just wearing basic kicks, not running shoes.
Saturday: My Pilates Circuit class, very tough. Later that day we put in all the storms and took out the screens, which is dirty work -- we had to wash the storms since they were dirty from being in the garage. I did a lot of other cleaning too.
Sunday: I spent some more time cleaning this morning, to get the house in shape for a new week. Tonight was swim group. My coach put me in the fast lane with two better swimmers, and I worked my tail off trying to keep up. I'm enjoying some well-earned lazy time now.
I feel like I have had a good, but not perfect week. LoseIt would predict that I should lose about half a pound. We will see what the scale says tomorrow.