The day I feared the most came this morning… it was the day I did not want to get out of bed, I did not want to go to boot camp, I did not want to sweat, I did not want to work hard.
I thought about it… but I never knew what I would do when it arrived. Today I learned that under these circumstances I would get out of bed, I would go to boot camp, I would sweat, I would work… moderately hard.
And I also learned the moment after a session wraps up and you only worked moderately hard, you will instantly regret being moderate. Every effort will be made tonight to have a better boot camp day tomorrow. This includes: Working late to wrap-up all of the work stuff that is plaguing my mind, getting a good night sleep, and some quality snuggles with Charles.
- The Warm Up: Running steps, hills, lunges, and more of the usual suspects
- The Work Out: sprints, lunges, high knees, back pettling, push-ups, 4 or 5 varieties of planks, abnormally tall step-up;s, kicking the curb (again, and again, and then a few more times) star jumps, oh some running around as per ush.
- The Cool Down: I don’t know – there was stretching – they even pulled in some of the yoga moves that we learned – felt great!
So I have to go get back to work – in order to have a more amazing day tomorrow…. hopefully tomorrows report is better!
I am tired just reading about the workout! Has anyone in your group dropped out?
Not so much dropped out. We had one camper register and never show up, and we have had a few skip days here or there. They come back eventually, and as I recently learned there is a punishment called “encouragement” on your first day back after a missed lessln. This is an additional 10 min work out after the end of boot camp – most likely the last thing you want to do. And should drive you to get your butt out of bed in the morning!
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