I’m always telling my clients to plan, plan, plan. Plan your meals and snacks. Plan your splurges. Plan your workouts for the week.
Failing to plan = Planning to fail (a cliche I know, but still very true)
My favourite day for planning is Sunday. That way when the busy-ness of Monday (or Tuesday, this week, as the kids have tomorrow off school) arrives, there’s no room for wavering on my workouts or making meal mistakes.
For the first time ever, my gym is closed on Easter Sunday! That means that I didn’t have to teach this morning and that I was home for the annual Easter egg hunt. Of course, that also means that I ate too much chocolate for a non-workout day!
What to do? Plan my workouts for the week, of course!
Here’s my planned workout schedule for the week:
- Sunday; rest and each chocolate (DONE!)
- Monday; Teach Total Body Conditioning in the morning, attend Hatha Core in the evening (I missed yoga yesterday morning to spend the day at Stanley Park with my family)
- Tuesday; Upper body weights workout
- Wednesday; Trying a Dailey Method class with my sister (something new for me that I’ll surely be writing about!)
- Thursday; Lower body weights workout
- Friday; Metabolic strength and core workout (I’ll probably do Spartacus 1.0 again), although since my Monday Spin class was cancelled, I may need to swap this for some cardio
- Saturday; Hatha flow
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Do you plan your workouts for the week?