So I can quickly summarize this recap in one word: Jazzercise. If you want a little more detail, keep reading.
This was the night I barely slept, so I chose an extra hour and a half of sleep over the 5:30 am class.
I attended a great Fusion class (alternating cardio and strength). 35 Day Challenge: 13/30
I felt like a little butt-kicking so I put together a pretty tough top of the curve. Now that I’m not running, I decided my legs could use a good workout, so I threw in some tough leg routines too. 35 Day Challenge: 14/30
After not sleeping again (this insomnia thing is not fun) and then bombing a test, I needed something to cheer me up. Jazzercise with one of my favorite instructors fit the bill. 35 Day Challenge: 15/30
I taught my same set as Wednesday and I think my legs died a little, especially after class the night before. 35 Day Challenge: 16/30
Saturday-Jazzercise & Strength45
I wasn’t as cranky when I put this strength set together, so I don’t think it was quite as hard as last week. My biceps were feeling it the next day though! 35 Day Challenge: 17 & 18/30
Sunday-Jazzercise & Strength 45
Surprise! I got to teach these two again when no one else was able to cover these. I did an old strength set to avoid working the same muscles in the exact same way two days in a row (especially because there are several people doing the two strength classes for the challenge) but I’m still super sore. 35 Day Challenge: 19 & 20/30
Two-thirds of the way done with the challenge! I’m planning to teach or attend class all this week. Then next week I’m going to transition to more strength training while finishing the challenge.