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Monday on the Run #64 – Back to Basics


Monday – REST
Tuesday – 36 MIN RUN
Wednesday – 40 MIN HIIT
Thursday – REST
Friday – 32 MIN RUN
Saturday – 90 MIN BADMINTON
Sunday – 20 MIN RUN

This week is my “back to basics” week. My gym membership is officially over and I’m not sure if I want to renew because it’s a wee bit out of my budget at the moment. This is my first time in my life without a gym! I had access to a gym in highschool, then gym access in university, and finally a gym membership once I had graduated to now. Not really sure what I’m going to do next but I’m sure I’ll figure it out.

Anyways, Monday was as usual a rest day since that’s when my cooking classes are. Tuesday was supposed to be a spin day but the weather was so nice (nice enough for shorts!) I had to cancel my plans to test a recipe and go run instead!

Wednesday I worked out with Canadian Olympic Gold Medallists Adam Van Koeverden and Jennifer Botterill! It was a pretty awesome experience and I was sore for days after the burpees!

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Thursday was definitely a rest day after Wednesday’s workout and by Friday, I was still sore but managed an easy 5K.

Saturday H and I went to watch Power Rangers which I LOVED. I actually cried when they played go go power rangers. 10/10. Right after we spent some time watching a badminton tournament before heading out and doing some light hitting. I spent an hour and a half doing drills on the court and after a 2 year break, my body was soooo confused! My right arm is currently beyond sore.

Sunday I got to test out the new Nike Vapour Max shoes at the Toronto Sneakeasy on a short 20 minute treadmill run before getting brunch and icecream since we tottttally earned that with the 20 minute run. Ha.

So how was your week? Did you get all your workouts in?? 

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2 thoughts on “Monday on the Run #64 – Back to Basics

  1. My sister and I LOVED playing badminton as kids! I didn’t know people still played that. Who can say they’ve worked out with Olympians? You can! WOW. A cooking class sounds like fun. Thanks for linking, Carmy!

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