To go off that, I ran outside Wednesday around my neighborhood, on my new running day. I had my bag packed for the gym, and I was heading that way, but my car gauge said 77 when I got south of Boulder, and I knew there was a breeze. I changed my plans, went home, slapped on the sunscreen, and headed out for my run. I started my Garmin, but I quickly realized starting the run activity wasn't the same as starting the intervals. I figured out how to do that after my run. While a faster cadence was quite the test off the treadmill, it was 76 when I was running, with wind. So much more enjoyable, both off the treadmill and not in the Texas heat.
I also bought two more Pure Barre DVDs. As I found myself doing segments combined with weight work, I realized the at home workouts work better on my schedule. I haven't been to a studio class since I moved out of Boulder. I mix up segments since I'm familiar with some of the discs, and I'm doing them a lot during the week. As Pure Barre seems to be moving more towards a streaming service, I got these two, on sale. Bonus! By doing these workouts at home, I can also get to the gym and hop on the stationary bike for some cross-training on Sundays.
My intent for my Vegas playlist to be all rock n roll may be slipping away. I need fast songs, and some songs I've thought of are a little too slow on the beat. I'm now looking for more fast songs, but I will definitely have rock n roll songs on the list. How can I not? If anyone has fast rock n roll, songs, I'm open for suggestions.
Friday Five 2.0 with Fairytales and Fitness and Running on Happy.