Saturday, March 2: An evening lat, traps, biceps, lower back, and calves workout. My bruised ribs were still a little sore, but the injury is healing, and my workout was thankfully less hindered.
Monday, March 4: Very intense treadmill session that ended with an uphill sprint:
Tuesday, March 5: Solid weights session after class: legs, chest, shoulders, and triceps.
Thursday, March 8: A 40-minute cross-trainer session followed by a back, lats, biceps, and traps workout:
Monday, March 11: Chest, shoulders, triceps, and a sprint that was interrupted at the 1.3 k mark – interrupted by a phone call reminding me that I had to be elsewhere 15 minutes ago. Oops.
Wednesday, March 20: A huge workout which kind of makes up for the recent lack of exercise: back, biceps, traps, lats, lower back, sides, abs, AND a sub 15-minute 3 kilometre sprint:
Thursday, March 21: Legs and abs.
Tuesday, March 26: Fastest 6 kilometre run in over 11 years! And that’s coming off a crazy weekend and a lingering cold. Well done, me:
Wednesday, March 27: A pretty decent back workout.
Thursday, March 28: Legs workout.
Saturday, March 30: Chest, shoulders, triceps, and lower back. And that’s it; March is over. Far less cardio workouts due to a cold, a couple of messy nights, and a much busier start to my new job than I was expecting. Given all those exercise barriers, I still feel like I’m in pretty good shape. Hopefully April will afford me the health and time needed to pick things up…