Weekly Workout Recap: 03/06/17-03/12/17


Hey guys!

Hope you had a wonderful week!

It’s daylight saving time already! I know last Sunday I woke up late and got super tired and went to bed around 8pm.

Here’s week 4 of my Weekly Workout recap. I did a lot of zumba classes this week as I subbed a class and attended a Instructor Training class. It was exhausting but fun.

Monday

Taught 60 mins. Morning Zumba

Taught 60 mins. Night time Zumba

Tuesday

Taught 60 mins. Zumba

Took barre class at Aklalign

Wednesday

Taught 60 mins. Zumba

Thursday

Taught 60 mins. Zumba

Friday

Attended a 4 hour Zumba Jam Session

Saturday

Taught 60 mins. Zumba

Sunday

Taught 60 mins. Zumba

 

How’s your workout doing? let me know your thoughts.

Weekly Workout Recap 02/27/17-03/05/17


Hey guys!

Here’s week 3 of my Weekly Workout Recap.

Tip: Keeping track or logging your workout routines help you stay motivated and focused. It reminds you why you’re doing it in the first place and see how much progress you’ve made.

Monday

Taught 60 mins. Zumba class

Tuesday

Taught 60 mins. Zumba class

Took Barre class at Pure Barre

Wednesday

Taught 60 mins. Zumba

Thursday

Taught 60 mins. Zumba

Ran 4.08 miles with Represent Running crew at Fleet Feet SF

Friday

Rest

Saturday

Taught 60 mins. Zumba class

Sunday

Ran the #408k Race to the Row 5-mile run in San Jose

 

Conclusion:

It was a busy week for me; taught 5 zumba classes, took a barre class and ran a little over 9 miles!!! I felt like a bionic woman! #girlpower

I hope this post inspires you to start your workout/fitness journey and track your progress. It’s not too late to start. Now take that first step!

 

My#408k Race To The Row Experience 


Another medal added to my collection.

I ran the #408k Race To The Row today with friends and other Represent Running Crew and Ambassadors. woohoo!

Here’s a photo of the Represent Running Crew (some are not in the picture):


The #408k Race To the Row was held in San Jose,California. It’s an 8k (5-mile) run event. 408 is the area code of San Jose and that’s why it’s called #408k. No, we didn’t run 408 kilometers (that’s 253 miles!), that would be crazy if it was!

Here’s a photo of me at the starting line:


We started at the SAP Center and finished at Santana Row. It rained for a bit but it didn’t stop me or us, the participants, from running the whole course.

It’s my first running event and medal for this year and I’m amazed on how my performance has improved. I ran the whole 5 miles without a problem. I kept my pace and my breathing was actually great! I wasn’t struggling or whatever. I remember about two years ago, I had to stop a few times just to catch my breath and would think of quitting. I guess by teaching Zumba 6-8 times a week got me better physically and mentally.

Here’s a photo of me with my running friends, Jocelyn and Melissa (featuring Banjo the Poodle):


Overall, It was a memorable experience. I realized that I am stronger than I thought I was and that I am capable to do anything.  I am proud to say that I did it! I ran the #408k Race To The Row!

Weekly Workout Recap: 02/20/17-02/26/17

Hey guys!

Here’s week 2 of my weekly workout recap. I did great with my workout schedule last week but then I think last Thursday, I started having a sore throat and got sick so I took a break for a few days until I felt better.

Tip: You have to take good care of yourself. Listen to your body. If you need rest then take a rest. Rest is important to recovery and to avoid burnout and injuries.

So here’s my workout recap:

Monday

Rest

Tuesday

Took a Barre class at Barr3

Wednesday

Taught a 60 min.  Zumba class

Thursday

Taught 60 mins. Zumba class

Friday

Took a SPX Core / Megaformer class at Core Studio

Saturday

Taught 60 mins. Zumba class

Sunday

Taught 60 mins. Zumba class

 

Have you started your weekly workout routine yet? Let me know your thoughts.

Take care!