Move It Monday
I hope you had a great weekend. We spent it with friends in the countryside hanging out by the lake and eating good food.
Here are my workouts and local food finds of last week.
I was not feeling “it” Monday. I did a few clean and presses, single leg deadlifts, pull ups and called it a day.
Thing Two, on the other hand, was determined to get a pull up in a day. So cute. He kept thinking if he just tried harder he would be able to do one. He was disappointed to learn that it would take some time.
Felt better on Tuesday with lots of mobility work, a sandbag conditioning circuit, and tabata kettlebell swings.
Wednesday, I spent over an hour doing mobility work and foam rolling.
Thursday was a special day. Tamara from Wild Blue Wonder came over for dinner and a short kettlebell lesson.
Even if there wasn’t much working out, there was a lot fun hanging out and posing for pictures.
Friday, I practiced a state kettlebell workout that I’m, hopefully, going to shoot today.
Eating Local on the Road
I stocked up on fresh fruits, vegetables, and eggs from countryside farm stands. Fresh farm eggs were only a dollar a dozen! Since we go through at least 6 eggs a day in this
house RV, I stocked up with 8 dozen.
This stand was on a small Amish farm where watermelons were a dollar. The Amish kids were so sweet and cute in their bonnets and hats. I wanted to take pictures of them carrying watermelons on their shoulders but it didn’t feel appropriate so here I am instead. I’m not as cute as Amish kids.
All this fresh produce was hard to fit in the RV. We have squash stashed away under the seats. I tied melons to the legs of the table to keep them from rolling around while en route to our next destination. Classy.
And getting 8 dozen eggs in the fridge was like playing Tetris.
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