Instead of drinking coffee this Monday morning I am drinking a protein shake and heating up some water to make green tea. I also am listening to some Jazz music. Perfect Monday morning start if you ask me. I am pretty excited about my new found motivation to actually get healthy, it’s about freaking time really. Like I’ve mentioned on my other social, the last time I was really in shape was probably 6-7 years ago. So this really is long over-due.
It’s been fun trying different workouts. I finally tried Hot Power Fusion (Hot Yoga) at Core Power Yoga and fell in love, got back into lifting (yes you can lift without looking bulky), and intend on doing a few different Cycle classes (actually doing one this week). One other new workout I tried is a foam rolling workout. Now I think it’s known that foam rolling is wonderful to do for your muscles and helps break up the density in your muscles. Picture adding in a bit of Pilates and that’s what Lauren Roxburgh’s foam rolling work out event was like.
I will admit that some of the moves were a slightly painful but that’s because the density hasn’t been broken up in my muscles since it was my first time. Lauren said that if you do foam rolling consistently for a week then you’ll soon just feel good while doing it. I keep forgetting to foam roll at night so I need to get back on it soon! I loved the neck massage portion. I always have high tension in my shoulders, neck and lower skull due to being on the computer for 12-14 hours a day.
We worked with this travel foam roller that Lauren created and I don’t really feel the need to have a larger foam roller at this point.