We’ve just passed the 4-month mark. I’m still feeling mildly squishy but I feeling more like a complete return to pre-preggie is possible. It will take time, but it feels attainable. I’ve been reading “It Starts with Food” from Whole9 and I’m LOVING it! I want to buy many copies and give them away to people. It presents such a great version of the whole paleo/primal protocol. I feel my best and look better when I’ve been following the Whole30 protocol for even just a few days! I highly recommend!
She had her four-month doctor’s “well-visit” this week. She grew an inch and a pound in the last four weeks! Whoo-hoo! She’s now 26.3 inches (98%) and 14 lbs 10 oz (59%). She’s reaching all the developmental milestones on time (some a little early!).
And did I mention that she’s sleeping through the night? Love. Her.
It was difficult to get my workouts in this week. My in-laws are in town.
P.S. My head is fine from last week.
Monday, August 6 - 100 KB Swings 15#
Saturday, August 11
Here’s the WOD:
- For Time: 100 Double Unders (5 Minute Cap)
- Stone Shouldering- 1/1/1/1/1/1/1 (Max Effort/15 Minute Cap)
- For time: Half Tabata- Stone 2 Shoulder / 800M Run / Half Tabata- Stone 2 Shoulder / 800M Run
- EMOM (every min on the min) For 10 Minutes: 10 SuperMan/10 Hollow Rock
I got about 30 double unders. I would have gotten more if I weren’t dealing with plantar fasciitis. Perhaps I shouldn’t have even attempted them today, because of the foot. But the Versa Climber tuckered me out last week and I didn’t want to face it again today.
I got the 75# stone shouldered a few times. Tried the 95# but no go.
I sub’d 1000m rowing for the running because of the pf and other ligament issues. 13:48 was my time…? I think. I got 16 total stone shoulders in the tabata. And my time on the rower was about 4 minutes each time. A little more than 4 the second time.
Finally, today I did super-mans for the first time since delivering the babe. I couldn’t do the hollow-rocks because of something going on with my hips. Possibly inflammation? Possibly persistent pelvic tilt? Or perhaps just simple physics.
My shoulders are bruised.
Here’s a photo of Ryan with Olivia!