Combo Weights and Plyo

Hello!  Hope everyone had a great weekend.  I went out with some friends last night to watch the Lions game.  It looked good for awhile, but sadly they lost in the end :( .  It was a fun night, but I forgot to take any pictures per usual I guess…gotta start being better about that.

This morning, Meredith, Kristen and I headed to a new restaurant/bar that I have been wanting to try called Derby.   It is just a few blocks from our apartment which is nice.  We all ended up getting the pulled pork sandwich.  I got tator tots with mine and it came with a TON of tots.  Like too many almost.  I ended up eating about half of them–which still was too much I think.  The sandwich had cheese and a jalapeno coleslaw on top which I think made the sandwich a lot more flavorful.

 

I definitely want to go back to try a few more things–they have a really big menu.  Another cool thing is that each item on the menu is named after a Derby horse and the year that that certain horse won the derby.

I also have a new workout that I really liked.  I wanted to get some weights in yesterday but I didn’t have a ton of time.  I ran for a few minutes on the treadmill and then did combo of weights and plyometrics workout.  It moves quickly and doesn’t take much time but it is very effective.  I had to take a couple breaks because I could barely breathe and today I am super sore.

Supersets, 2 times through
Deadlifts 50 seconds, 60 pounds
Lunges–First set regular, second reverse 50 seconds, 60 pounds
Supersets, 4 times through
Box Jumps 15
Burpees 10
Tricep Dips off box 20
Finish with:
60 second plank
60 seconds: lay flat on ground, lifting legs from one side of the box to other without letting them touch the ground

Hope everyone had a great weekend!  I can’t believe it went by so quickly :(

I’m off to watch Water for Elephants and get ready for the upcoming week

Katie

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