- S = 40 minute run + 15 minute lifting
- T = 60 minute bike + 10 minute run
- R = 30 minute swim
- F = 60 minute yoga
- S = 90 minute core + yoga
What is the difference between the "fat burn" and "cardio" heart rate ranges on the exercise machines at the gym? If I'm in the cardio range (which I always am) does that mean I'm not burning much fat? That doesn't seem logical to me.
I had a headache for most of the day yesterday (started around 1pm). I went to core and yoga in the AM (and did NOT hurt my neck this time) and then to volunteering. Matt took care of my car while I was gone. I had to go over to church to set up for communion service, and by the time I got back I had to lie down for a couple hours. It didn't really go away until sometime during the night while I was asleep. Thank goodness for the extra hour of sleep, which was much enjoyed.
Core was good - but my abs don't hurt. My back was a little stiff this morning though.
Going to run at the gym, and then I need to go grocery shopping and do some cleaning and finish bible study for the week and make dinner.
UPDATE: Got to goal maintenance distance (3.75 miles) in 38:10!