So I was all excited about my big weight milestone, which was a huge deal, but I still wasn't happy with how I looked in my clothes. Not to mention that I attempted to put on a bathing suit and let me just say I am really glad it was just to sit in our backyard and take Dylan into the awesome kiddie pool Josh bought her.
I know my body just responds better to workouts with weights, so it doesn't entirely surprise me that after a month of strictly cardio with some body weight exercises that I haven't bounced back. Also there is that whole I just had a baby two months ago thing. I know. I know.
The other thing is that after four weeks of 25 minute workouts I am pretty sure I need longer workouts. From the beginning I was doing back-to-back workouts on Friday and getting through them as long as Little Miss cooperated. I just don't know that I have time to get more than 25 minutes in. Her attention span is short...meaning I have to entertain her and I don't really feel that comfortable jump squatting with her in my arms. She does think the jumping is hilarious.
I am also slightly bored. My workouts have always been pretty varied. Running one day, pilates, yoga, workout DVDs, plus weights at the gym. Following this kind of program lends itself to serious repetition and it can become monotonous.
We've added in our own yoga or a hour long pilates/bootcamp workout instead of the T25 stretch on Sunday and that has helped us break it up a little bit.
The last week of Alpha was pretty brutal with the three days of total body. And honestly that double Friday of total body AND lower made it a little difficult to go up and down the stairs.
Beta looms ahead and the integration of weights makes me really excited. The miss the burn from weight lifting. I also joined a BeachBody challenge group to keep me going.