I Am A Sweaty Beast

I just kicked my own ass.

Woke up at the ass crack of dawn this morning to drive the bf to the airport.  I have a busy night tonight, so I forced myself to the gym on the way home to squeeze in an early morning workout before getting started on work for the day.

Sidenote, I just realized I used the word “ass” twice within the first eleven words of this post.

I wanted to do a cardio focused workout today since my legs and obliques are ON FIRE between Monday and Tuesday’s workouts.  Monday was Perfect Lines & Kix at CBC, and yesterday was the usual Two A Day taking Liz’s Kix and teaching Circuit Training.  Anyone else sore?

Another sidenote, sorry for like three weeks in a row of vulgarity in class.  I was so pumped for this new playlist, but #8 might have to go.

Anyways.  I got to the gym this morning and hopped on the elliptical for 25 minutes of steady state cardio.  That was fine and dandy.

Then I ventured down to The Annex and did this workout that I adapted from one I saw on Peanut Butter Fingers.

HOLY SWEAT SESH.

I’m not sure if I was dehydrated, it was too early, or what – but this kicked my bee-hind.

Hence the title of this post, “I Am A Sweaty Beast.”

Understatement.

I did that circuit two times through, then did probably about 10 minutes of stretching so my body doesn’t hate me later (and tomorrow morning).

The whole thing, stretching included, took about an hour.  Keep in mind that could change depending on how much rest time you put in between each move in the circuit section.

Oh and if you try this and think you are a sweaty beast afterwards too, let me know mmkay?

What’s the last workout you did that left you feeling like a sweaty beast!?

Off to make myself some strawberry banana protein pancakes, and then tackle my day!  Be back later with this week’s Move of the Week post.

 

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