3 out of 4

My goal of two spin classes this week is complete!!!

I need to get one more run in and I’ll have completed my goals for this week! (I bet I can get two more runs in!) After meeting up with some friends last night for dinner I went to the gym to do my run. Even though I was a little full of delicious mexican food, I got a good three miles in and was so happy. Running and watching Sex and the City on E!… what could be better?! The time flew by. I love that I was able to have fun with my friends AND get my workout in. 

This morning I pulled myself out of bed and headed to spin class #2. Though my legs were a little tired the class was great. I always feel so energized afterwards.

One more thing: I’ve noticed that I will get out of bed in the morning to go to a class that I’ve signed up for 100% of the time but it’s 50/50 when I’m just going to run on the treadmill. Classes are just more motivating for me in the morning.

Do you take exercise classes? I love them! I work harder when I have an instructor yelling at me!

Are you a morning or evening workout person? Both… It really depends on my mood, what the exercise is, and if I’ve gotten enough sleep.



Filed under Food, Friends, Ramblings and Thoughts, Spin Class

3 responses to “3 out of 4

  1. artificiallybalanced

    Yay so glad you met your spinning goal! I have done Shred twice, ran once, have been in bed by or before 10:30 and applied to more jobs so I just have to Shred once more and run twice more and i’ll have achieved my mini goals for the week 🙂 yay! Where are you taking spin? I’m dying to try it!

    I LOVE exercise classes! I was taking kickboxing and zumba all summer and had such a blast. I am definitely a morning workout person in terms of running and lifting, but i don’t mind evening workout classes! I think if i had someone to meet me for runs after work I would be more motivated too.

  2. I agree. Going to a gym is motivating. I’ve been spinning for about 7 weeks and I am loving it. I also do something called Crossfit, its a series of different exercises. Keep up the good work.

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