Routine

Planning is a huge part of my life, and as a nanny, it is pretty much impossible to do so. I try to plan out my week in my Sugar Paper planner every Sunday but find myself crossing things out and adding things in as the week goes on. A play date here, a tutoring session there, something always comes up. The one thing I can plan, and stick to by my own motivation, is my workout plan. In December I let everything go and ate all the Christmas cookies and comforting dinners that I wanted. Now that it is 14 days into January, I finally have myself back on track. Here is what I do, each week:

Monday: BodyPump at The Edge Fitness Clubs in Trumbull, 5:30-6:30pm. Shoutout to the Edge for finally regulating their classes, and making them all equal by incorporating a program called LesMills. No more not knowing what to expect from each class or instructor. The classes are pretty hard but that is what gets results!

Tuesday: Walk/Run on the treadmill for one hour. This is easily the most boring aspect of my workout week, so sometimes I bring my iPad Mini and watch Netflix while I walk.

Wednesday: Rest Day, because I have class at SCSU.

Thursday: BodyPump at The Edge Fitness Clubs in Fairfield, 5:30-6:30pm

Friday: Hot Yoga at Kaia Yoga in Westport, 5:15-6:15pm

Saturday: SoulCycle at 8:30am in Westport. After my class I reward myself with a coffee and a breakfast burrito from Sono Baking Company, and do my errands for the week 🙂

Sunday: Rest Day or Hot Yoga if I feel like it

Sometimes, obstacles block this routine and I don’t always get to perfectly execute it. For example, this past Monday I drove to the gym for BodyPump without my sneakers, and had to go home to get them. By the time I got back to the gym, I was too late to get a spot in class and had to work myself out, which honestly sucked. It’s not always perfect but it is something that is in my control. What I have learned along the way is that the best way to plan is to be prepared, and therefore I keep my Lululemon gym bag constantly packed with my workout essentials.

In My Gym Bag:

So pack your bag, and get into your routine! It is so important to do things for yourself and encourage yourself to be better, and sticking to routines are a great way to get it done 🙂

 

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