We rode our bikes to the park today to play a little volleyball and so that Jeremy could fly his drone.
His drone is so neat! He either uses an iTouch or an iPad (whichever is charged and handy) and then flies the drone, which has a front and rear view camera so that Jeremy can see exactly what the drone is seeing….pretty fancy if you ask me!
Core Intensity/Cycle Core
I then taught my last Core Intensity class…ever 🙁 it is sad, but it was honestly a really great class! Here is a look at what we did:
Back and arms on bench
Hips and Butt on bench and floor
I then taught Cycle 45 as a sub for the regular Tuesday teacher. The way I taught today was different than usual in the fact that the entire workout was built around climbing a hill. It was fun and made the class go by really fast!
Warm Up (5 minutes)
Seated Flat Road (5 minutes)
Hard Climb (5 minutes)
Recovery (5 minutes)
Hard Climb (4 minutes)
Recovery (4 minutes)
Hard Climb (3 minutes)
Recovery (3 minutes)
Hard Climb (2 minutes)
Recovery (2 minutes)
Hard Climb (30 seconds)
Sprint 100% effort (30 seconds)
Cool Down/Stretch (6 minutes)
I then came home very ready for dinner. Brian had been asking me to buy gnocchi for a few weeks now, but I had never managed to get it on the list. I always felt so bad because Brian never asks for anything to be on the list besides Diet Coke (we all have our weaknesses), he only requests that I make “the usual”…which is actually just whatever I want to make. It’s a little joke we have 😉
Well, the gnocchi finally got on the list and tonight was the night for the gnocchi. It was simple and easy to make. I topped it with pasta sauce and served it with a side salad made with romaine, spinach, celery, tomato, pepperoncini, carrots, red onion, white wine vinegar, salt, pepper, garlic powder, basil, and Italian seasoning.
I told you a made chocolate chippers last night without actually giving you the recipe…which just isn’t fair at all! So here ya go 🙂
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