There were five of us Cruisers on the trail today, and I was thrilled to see my friend Chuck back after almost a year off with a nagging hip injury! I was also happy that my hubby could join us again after a little bit of a heel injury. I had been worried that the snow on Wednesday would keep us off the trail today, but as you can see I had nothing to worry about… It was all melted!
With about 1/3 of a mile left in our 8-mile run, Bill mentioned something about picking up the pace to the end. We kicked it up a notch and finished really strong. Woot woo!!!
My personal training and weight management certifications both need renewal soon, so I took care of that this afternoon. During the past year I’ve taken these continuing education classes: TRX Suspension Training, Optimal Nutrition for Optimal Athletes, and Dynamic Core. All three were good, but I enjoyed the TRX class the most. I’ll be introducing you to TRX training soon!
I happened to be alone all afternoon and evening, so I decided to hit up Chipotle for dinner. Who doesn’t LOVE Chipotle!!! My bowl always has white rice, fajitas, black beans, chicken, pico de gallo, corn, cheese, guacamole, and lettuce. I skip the sour cream, and put plain Greek yogurt on it when I get home. If I wanted to make this healthier, I could skip the white rice and cheese.
Has anyone tried these Skinny Cow ice cream sandwiches? I picked them up at the grocery store this week, but I haven’t tried them yet. How can anything containing both chocolate and mint not be delicious? Right?
- Do you like to kick it up a notch at the end of your long run, or do you collapse along the side of the trail and hope a biker doesn’t run over you?
- What’s the weather like in your neck of the woods?
- Do you think chocolate and mint are a match made in heaven?