Living in New England sometimes means that snow days look like this:
Living with #NoExcuses means that little things like a snow storm, knee surgery, work or whatever excuse I might be tempted to use won't prevent me from getting in a workout. It means that being active and staying fit is a priority. I have at least 10 minutes every day to make fitness happen.
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Since almost every major storm is accompanied by a power outage, mrC and I decided to be proactive and checked into a hotel before the snow accumulated locking us in our house. We were lucky enough to get into the same hotel that I used over Thanksgiving, which has a pretty good fitness center and pool.
I was determined to not spend the entire snow day just sitting around.
Here are my #NoExcuses snow day workouts:
|#tightercore day 4|
|wall sit - reverse slider lunges (I even got mrC in on the fun)|
- single leg dead lifts - single leg dips
|10 laps in the pool and 15 minutes in the hot tub|
(on a side note: the hot tub worked wonders on my tight hip)
Note to self: get hot tub asap!
|a couple of dog walks|
Hotels often have breakfast buffets, but you never know if it will be gluten-free friendly. Knowing that we would have access to a mini-fridge and microwave, we brought some food staples with us.
Here are my snow day paper plate eats:
|PB&J apple cinnamon rice cakes|
|turkey and cheese roll ups|
I live #NoExcuses so I can be the best me for myself and my family.
Why do you live with #NoExcuses?
This post is part of the #WIAW link up hosted by Jen
This post is part of the Workout Wednesday link up hosted by
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