Icicles are scary!
Pre-breakfast workout was clearing the drive and the front of the house of snow. This was a good muscle workout! It didn’t help though that my muscles are still killing from Monday’s first ever BodyPump class! I wrapped up appropriately (it was still snowing at the time):
In my defence, this photo was taken very, very early in the morning for me!
…which is delicious! This coconut milk provides more than a third of your recommended daily amount of calcium! I may even like this more than oat milk…hmm…
I considered adding more granola, but I’m really trying to make this stuff last, and at the rate I’m munching it, it won’t last another week! Too. Darn. Addictive.
The bad thing about all this snow is that I can’t run in it! A little bit of snow might be fine, but with the heavy amount we have at the moment, it would be hard and quite dangerous. So I decided today to go to my local gym (which took me 45 mins to walk to, instead of the usual 20 mins!), and hit the treadmill, much as I hate it!
Fuelled by my peanut butter sandwich, packed half for a pre-workout snack and half for afterwards:I only managed 30 mins on the dreadmill before giving in and hopping on the cross-trainer/elliptical for half an hour, then headed on the slow snowy walk home. I had thankfully wrapped up well: On the way home, I enjoyed looking at our town’s Christmas lights and decorations, which are really quite nice this year!
The Garmin Forerunner 305!!! I think I’ve been a pretty good girl this year, and hopefully Santa will agree! Other Xmas list items include…
A running non-slip headband from Sweaty Betty suitable all year round to keep my fringe+hair out of my face:
This Nike Thalia Two-in-One Women’s Sport top, that will be great for yoga, gym, etc:
And the Born to Run book by Christopher McDougall:
What’s on your Christmas list this year?