I was out of commission summer and fall due to an injury. When I finally got back into it, it was so inconsistent my body complained. Getting back on track was a lot harder than I thought.
Starting mid-December I made a pact with a friend to keep each other consistent. I started with running and other than Christmas week when I was on travel, I have not missed any of my 3x week runs. Then I added 1 day of swimming. I SUCK at swimming so I signed up for a 1x week pre-masters class. I will slowly add 1 or 2 more days of swimming.
Now to cycling. I hate biking in the cold even though I run subzero degrees in the cold. I kept missing spin class so I signed up for a winter bike training class. It runs 1x a week for 8 weeks. I use my own bike and they provide the trainers. This week was my first week and I really thought it was harder than spin class. I have a flat-bar road bike whereas everyone else had a road bike.
I don't want to set my expectations too high. For anyone who have done a class like this, what should I expect?
I plann to slowly add a regular spin class to my schedule as well.
- lose 50lbs
-stay consistent in my workouts
-strengthen my recently broken ankle
-cosistent training after healing from a stress fracture in my foot
-completed a 10 miler, 10K and a half marathon
-sorry my year ended in Maym 2 weeks after my half marathon when I crash on my bike shattering my ankle. I had surgery and ortho put in 8 screws and a plate.
| Pounds lost: 17.6