A recap of my weekly workouts from the previous week.
Happy Monday! How is everyone feeling today?! Did you have a good weekend? It’s day 8 of my Whole30 and I woke up feeling pretty great which I’m pretty psyched about. Hoping I continue to feel this way. I also had a really productive weekend which just makes me so happy. Long gone are the days of doing nothing, but I can’t complain.
So let’s get into some real talk. Last week, as you can see, I didn’t work out that much. With starting the Whole30 and getting used to a difference energy source, I figured it would be best for my body. Before starting the Whole30, I was counting my macros and my main source of fuel was carbs (which is good because I do a lot of CrossFit). With the Whole30, you can’t have any grains so your carbs are cut down drastically and you are fueling from fat mostly. Fat is good for more slow state, longer workouts. Either way, it’s definitely going to take my body a little to adjust so I didn’t want to push myself too hard.
I also ran the Cap 10k yesterday, so I didn’t want to be super sore for that. Overall my workouts feel okay. They don’t feel absolutely horrible, but they don’t feel the best. I’m hoping that this week my body adjusts more and I start to feel a little better during them. I also plan to switch up my workouts some and see how it goes.
Sunday – 7 mile run
We finished at a 7:51 pace
Monday – CrossFit City Limits
1RM hang power clean
3 round for time:
21 KB wwings (55/35)
I finished in 9:01 RX and thing worked up to 120# in my hang clean
Tuesday – rest day
Wednesday – CrossFit City Limits open gym (did the workout from Tuesday)
20 wallballs (20/14)
15 lateral burpees over med ball
10 toes 2 bar
I finished with 4 + 2 burpees. This workout was a lot harder than I thought. The burpees killed me.
Thursday – rest day
Friday – CrossFit City Limits
5 rounds for time:
15 overhead squats (95/65/35%)
I finished in 14:16 RX. Not my best performance, but not horrible.
Saturday – rest day
Leave a Rating & Comment