Boot Camp Workout
|May 15, 2012||Posted by Madeline @ Food, Fitness, and Family under Baby, Bootcamp, Family, FitFluential, Georgia, Restaurants, Savannah|
One of the things that I have really been enjoying since moving to Georgia and starting at my new gym is the Monday morning boot camp class. It is the perfect way to start my week and it is SUCH a fun class and a great workout. What I like about Boot Camp is that YOU choose how hard you go. You choose how heavy you lift, how fast you go, how hard you push. You get out of it what you put in to it. Period. Since I love boot camp so much I thought I would share a new workout inspired by my class.
Give it a try and let me know On the topic of group fitness … I am hosting #FitBlog for the first time tonight and we will be chatting about all things group fitness. I would LOVE it if you came out and joined me … I am pretty nervous about moderating!
After getting a good sweat on in the morning Chris and I packed up the Emster to go meet Victoria for lunch. We went to The Upper Crust in Richmond Hill and it was fabulous! I shoot for an 80/20 approach when it comes to eating and today was definitely in that 20% 😉 We started with buffalo wings because we all know Chris and I love all things buffalo!
Chris got the Cajun Alfredo for lunch and said it was really good! Victoria was a better eater than us and got a delicious looking spinach salad.
I am really glad that Victoria introduced us to this local place. The outside is pretty deceiving and it is definitely a hole-in-the-wall kind of place but the food was REALLY good. On top of that, the owners are Packers fans. Since Chris and I bleed green and yellow you know that was a major plus for us.
Having Victoria around is such an awesome blessing and just another reason why I think FitFluential rocks. V and I are both FitFluential Ambassadors and met that way and I am SO thankful! If you want to be part of the #FitFluential family you can join HERE.
Chris had a 4-day weekend off from work so he was home yesterday also. This meant mama could get some stuff done sans baby. One thing high on the priority list? A manicure. My fingers needed some pampering. I ended up getting my first shellac mani and I am HOOKED. My sister gets them back in Phoenix and told me about it. Shellac manicures use a special polish that allows your manicure to remain chip, smudge, and scratch free for 10-14 days. I love how it turned out and will let you know how long it lasts 😉
AND Em enjoyed playing with the new toy we got her …
Yes she is standing. She can’t pull herself up yet but she totally can stand supported. Chris discovered this while I was getting my nails done. She is growing up so fast! Any-who … we had a fabulous Monday if I do say so myself
See you tomorrow for What I Ate Wednesday!
Do you take group fitness classes? Ever had a shellac manicure?