Noon: 30 minute leg routine - I just did some of the harder leg exercises from P90X. I had a hair appointment that I had to leave work early for, so I took a shorter lunch. I was pretty sore the next day.
Noon: 30 minutes elliptical and 10-15 minutes shoulder/back routine. I hadn't bee lifting anything with my upper body much because my elbow isn't 100% yet and yoga already hits those spots quite a bit. But this short upper body workout was great, but it definitely made me sore for a couple of days when combined with 4 days of yoga.
7:00: Candlelight hot yoga - I thought this would be more of a relaxation yoga with a lot of stretching, but it definitely wasn't - it was a great workout.
Wednesday:Noon: Run and stretching - I thought it was Thursday for some reason and I was looking forward to spinning, but I realized while I was changing that it wasn't Thursday. I didn't have any plan for a workout so I headed to the gym. When I got outside I realized it was a really nice day and I was in the mood to run (which almost never happens). So I just took off towards COSI. I thought I'd run a couple of streets back from COSI and then run the stairs in front a little bit. My kneecap started bothering me about halfway around, so I had to stop and massage it and walk a bit. I didn't run the steps because I didn't think it would be good for it and there wasn't anyway to access the steps from the side I was on because of construction. I just jogged back to the gym and did a little stretching.
7:00: GoYoga Flow Hot Yoga 80 minutes- This class is with our favorite instructor, Anne, but that also means that it's hard because she's the hardest instructor I've ever taken. The room was set WAY too hot, like last week, so it was extra sweaty.
Noon: None- my stomach was bothering me and I was afraid that if I went to spinning, I get nauseous and have to leave.
5:30: Yoga at Capital Club - HARD. We did some things in the class that were a little more advanced because it was just 3 of us. It was a good class. I've been able to do headstands against the wall, but I could only get one leg up when not using the wall - I think it was mostly a trust thing - I didn't think I could do it. Next time I will!
Noon: Lunchtime yoga at Capital Club - this was a really hard class compared to other lunch classes. She isn't my favorite instructor, but it was a good class. I was a little offended when she said to go into downward dog or child's pose "because I know how this class likes child's pose". No one who was in the class ever drops down into child's pose or slacks off, so I don't know what she was talking about, but I thought it was a little rude. I hadn't been there for a couple of weeks, so maybe in one of the classes people did, but I just thought that it was said very negatively, which isn't cool.