Holy smokes, this morning was tough. I was dripping sweat by the end of the warmup. That’s right. The warmup. And don’t ask me what we did for the warmup or the rest of the workout. I don’t remember. It’s all a big blur, but I heard the words “lunge”and “squat” a bunch of times, and there was much counting involved. And there was a kettle bell. I don’t understand kettle bells, but I will. Eventually.
My legs were absolute mush at the end of the hour. In fact, as Christina got in her car to ride away, I had to lie down on my yoga mat and just stay there for a bit. I looked at up at the stars – yes, there were stars because we finished at 6am – and revelled in the glory of my first RevFit finish.
I had planned to run after, but my 7 mile run turned into a 5 mile walk with the occasional jogging spurt thrown in. Did I mention that my legs were mush? Next time, we’re doing the upper body. Hopefully, that means I will be able to run afterwards.
Did I mention that it was fun? Well, it was. Super fun. Seriously. I love a good, hard workout, and this was a really good, really hard workout. Thanks, Christina.