Hi friends <3 How are you? Hope you’re having a beautiful Saturday. Mine has been pretty bueno- home from work on my lunch break to chill for a little while before heading back. For you, I have a sweaty and quick treadmill workout below!
Two of the things I was most excited about having a balcony in our new place were:
1) Late night vino and gazing at the stars with the Pilot
2) Blogging al fresco
The vino thang won’t be happening for a few more months, but today the weather was nice enough to take the laptop outside- it’s always fun to have a change of scenery.
I turned the alarm off this morning instead of hitting snooze –oops… I always hit snooze at least twice- and breakfast was taken to-go.
Egg puff on brown rice bread with mustard, spinach, nutritional yeast and goat cheese
It was my first time trying the Vega Endurance bar –OpenSky sent it to me since they know I like Vega- and I was definitely a fan. It had the same texture as my beloved Vibracy bars, with a mellow mocha flavor (190 cals), so they will most likely be in my store soon. Vega bars are very hard to find and pricey, so we’ll be sure to offer some promos on them.
Time to make some lunch and head back for Zuuuuuumba!
See ya later with a Family post.
Something to talk about: Do you enjoy bars, or do you prefer making your own snacks? I like to make my own snacks, but bars are amazing for something quick, purse snack stashes or traveling. My all-time fave (for right now) is the green Vega Vibracy bar –the one with spirulina- and second fave is the Blueberry Pie Larabar. I really need to try making my own bars at home again- last time, they were kind of a fail 😉
25-Minute Quick Treadmill Workout Blitz!
I teach a class that’s half cardio on the treadmill, half weights. It’s a great way to get in cardio and strength training within a 50-minute period. Here’s what we did the other day –the percentage represents the incline you should set on the treadmill. If you need to adjust, go for resistance over speed. In other words, lower your speed, but not your incline.
[As always, check with a doctor before making any fitness changes. Honor your body and injuries- if it hurts, don’t do it]