*changed the title of tracking my current exercise posts from Fernwood Gym to Fitness, as it is clear I am happy with my gym choice. Now to see if I can actually do more that a couple of months of exercise.
How have I gone this week?
Mmm. Skipped a work out on Saturday. I had French lessons and then went out to lunch and to see a play at the Opera House.
But don’t you fret and don’t you frown, cause I went to the gym on Sunday. Did weights!
I know, amazing, huh? I’m sticking with a weekend weights workout!
Even though I kind of push myself, I’ve realised it is nothing compared to Olga. So I have decided that I will continue with a PT.
This week, at my Tuesday PT session, Olga had me pushing something that looked like equipment the front row of the All Blacks rugby team push to practice scrums. And she had me doing all manner of squats. And she’s upped the weight on the leg press machine. Apparently you are meant to press your body weight – giving me another reason to lose weight. And the abdominal work we did! Phew! I do normally avoid or cheat on abominable abdominal exercises. Amazing how hard you can work in 30 minutes.
Yes, I will definitely continue with a PT. It’s exxy, but if I get stronger (and hopefully slimmer) then it is worth it.
I think I am already stronger. My guide? I can wear high heels to work all day again and not have to swap them for flats after an hour or two. And I’ve done some gardening and not been crippled from back pain.
I know I have to change my eating to actually lose weight. But as that is not currently on my micro-ambitious goals, it has to wait.
Thursday’s yoga was cancelled. Arghh! It was too late for me to psych myself up to face the traffic to go to the gym. The traffic is always worse on Thursday nights.
I was quite disappointed. I may make it up this weekend. Stay tuned for next week’s fitness post to see if I make amends.
I did the usual walk on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday after the PT session and a short walk on Friday. The light is lovely. Look at the setting sun lighting up the red leaves.