After I tackled another lovely Monday at the office, I taught a 30 minute spin class at Oxygen. Here’s the playlist I used (not including the cool-down):
Yes, I do realize I have some of the strangest names for my playlists on the planet. Who names their playlist “Octoba?!” The same girl that has one called “Summaaa Runnin'” and I can’t forget about “Spring Fevaaaa,” followed by embarrassing emojis. Anyway, after class, I decided I needed to get some running in for the day. I really wanted to run outside because the weather was feeling perfect but since it is getting dark earlier, I decided to head over to Gold’s and hit the treadmill.
I promised Matt I would be home by 8:30 for dinner so I was only able to get in about 3.5 miles. I tried to make the most of it, though. Which brings me to my next (first) question…what is a considered a sprint? The fastest speed I hit last night was 7.4. I have no idea if that’s good or bad. But it felt good to me and it felt SAFE. I’ve gone up to 8 before and thought “you may be that girl that slips and busts her face open in the middle of the gym.” So I felt good at 7.4…not comfortable, but safe. To me, that was a sprint. I would run about a minute at that speed and back it off, over and over again. So, was that sprinting? I really have no idea. I’m hoping you can guide me a bit here.
This morning, poor Matt had to get up for a 6 am meeting on his day off. There was a good side of this though…he brought me home a sausage biscuit. Big girl added a slice of cheese to it and put it in the microwave. How could I say no? He was being considerate…
So yeah, I just wanted to throw that random piece of information out there. Sausage biscuit. I know, I floor you with my life. Please, do tell, what’s the weirdest name of a playlist on your phone or iPod?!