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A Birthday Dinner at Gordon Biersch

Good morning!

Yesterday morning, my dad joined Danny and me at the gym! I was excited to have my dad come work out with us and he came on our hardest day of the week – leg day!

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Yesterday was the first day I did lunges with a barbell since my hip surgery. I was a little wobbly but they went pretty good.

We also did the leg press machine, sumo squats, calf raises on the Smith machine, plate squats, and step-up to kickbacks on the bench. My hip and adductor were really feeling it by the time we were done, but it was a great workout!

Later yesterday afternoon, we went out to dinner to celebrate my grandpa’s 79th birthday!

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We went to a restaurant called Gordon Biersch. They are a restaurant and brewery. We go a few times throughout the year with my family and my grandparent’s have a point card where you earn points for every dollar spent.

They finally saved up enough points for a free brewer’s dinner for ten people. The brewer’s dinner consists of a tour of where and how their beer is made and a five course meal with a beer pairing for every course.

I’m not a beer drinker but Danny loved all the different beers. The food was amazing. Each course was presented and then the employees and chef of the restaurant explained what each course was, the type of beer, and why it was chosen to be paired with that particular course.

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I admit, I didn’t pay much attention to the beer information but I paid attention to the food information!

Our first course was salmon cakes with remoulade.

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I’ve had crab cakes before but never salmon cakes. These were amazing. They had a salmon taste but I liked that it wasn’t too overpowering. I only ate a little of the remoulade because it was a little too spicy for me.

The salad came next. It was a spring mix with a house-made vinaigrette.

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The star of the salad was the breaded artichokes and pretzel bread with brie cheese. Lucky for me, Danny doesn’t like artichokes so I ate his. They were delicious.

After the salad, we had two main entrees. The first was a sirloin steak with leeks, asparagus, cauliflower puree and a wine red reduction.

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I am not a steak eater at all but I was brave and tried the meat. I was pleasantly surprised how good it was. Usually the texture of steak turns me off but this meat was so tender and really flavorful. I had three bites of it and then gave the rest to Danny.

I am also not a huge cauliflower fan, but the puree was absolutely delicious.

After the steak, was a seafood course. This was probably the best course of the night.

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It was pecan crusted halibut with butter sauce over roasted garlic mashed potatoes. Amazing.

I like fish but I usually stick to salmon or tilapia. After having the halibut I wouldn’t hesitate to order off a menu next time we went out for dinner. The pecan crust and butter sauce really took it to the next level.

All the food items we had for dinner were specially prepared by the chef so they aren’t even on the regular menu. Too bad because I would order any of them in a heartbeat.

Finally came dessert. We had fresh berries topped with house-made whipped cream, a cookie crumble, and beer caramel sauce.

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This was the perfect dessert. It was satisfying and sweet without being overly sweet. And since Danny isn’t a berry fan, I got to eat his too. :)

By the time we left, I was stuffed. It was probably one of the best meals I’ve ever had and the prefect way to celebrate my grandpa’s birthday!

Have a great afternoon!

  • What did you do this weekend?
  • What was the best meal you’ve ever had?
  • Favorite food?

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Weekend Workouts

Good morning! How’s your weekend going?

Friday

Friday night, Danny and I went to the gym.

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I work during the day on Fridays so I can’t work out until the evening. Honestly, it wasn’t a very good workout. We got to the gym about 6:15 pm so I didn’t want to eat dinner before we went. I rarely feel like a get a great workout in the evening. I was hungry, tired, sore, and crabby.

We did some chest and triceps exercises for about an hour and then called it a night.

Saturday

Saturday morning, we went back to the gym for our normal Saturday workout. This workout was 1000x better than the previous night’s workout. We started out with about five minutes on the Arc trainer to warm up and then we worked on back, biceps, and abs.

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I wore the KT tape on my wrist again. It helped during the workout but last night, I woke up because my wrist was killing me. Blah.

Our workout included some of the following exercises:

Back

  • close grip lat pulldowns
  • reverse grip lat pulldowns
  • seated cable rows
  • bentover barbell rows
  • deadlifts
  • renegade rows
  • good mornings

Biceps

  •  barbell curls
  • reverse barbell curls
  • alternating incline bicep curls
  • single leg hammer curls

Since my wrist does hurt if I go too heavy on biceps, I use a light weight but do a lot of reps.

After the gym, the kids wanted to go to a park near my dad and stepmom’s house so we asked them if they wanted to meet us there.

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The weather was a little cool yesterday but the sun was shining and it was a great day to play at the park.

I think the adult’s had just as much fun as the kids!

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Fun Fact about Heather: If I’m not wearing workout clothes, I’m wearing Victoria’s Secret sweatpants. I hate jeans with a passion. And I’m wearing my workout capris under those sweatpants. Sorry, not sorry.

Sometime over the weekend, I tried out the Dannon Oikos Triple Zero Greek Yogurt.

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The peach flavor was soooo good! It’s been too long since I’ve had peach yogurt. I usually alternate between eating plain Greek yogurt with fresh fruit and flavored Greek yogurts.

Tonight, we’re going out with my family to celebrate my Grandpa’s 79th birthday!!

Have a great Sunday!

  • When do you usually workout? Is there a time of day when you don’t like working out?
  • When was the last time you went to the park?
  • Favorite yogurt flavor?

 

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St. Patrick’s Weekend Fun

Good afternoon. I hope you all had a great weekend!

Saturday morning, we had a nutrition fair at the gym I work at so I was working all morning. I didn’t get a chance to workout because my family was coming over on Saturday evening to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and I had to get home to start cooking!

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My cutie niece:

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We really seemed to like those glasses.

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I made corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, and carrots for dinner.

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I have made corned beef a few times over the years and usually I don’t eat it. I tried a bite a couple of years ago but didn’t like the texture. I tried it again yesterday and actually liked it. I think I might have cooked it a little better yesterday because it was a lot more tender. I ate two small pieces and then filled up on chicken Caesar salad with bowtie pasta.

Of course, we also had to have pie since it was Epic Pi Day on Saturday. We got a mint chocolate pie.

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Sadly, I thought the pie was just okay. It was extremely sweet and minty. Overly sweet and minty. I gave my piece to Danny to finish. Then he laughed at me for not eating the pie crust. I don’t like pie crust and I never eat it. I just eat the pie filling.

On Sunday, we made it to the gym. We worked back and biceps and I tried out some KT tape on my wrist.

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KT tape is an elastic tape made for muscle, ligament, and tendon pain relief and support. Since my wrist usually bothers me the most when we do biceps, I thought it would be a good time to try it out.

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There are videos online on how to apply it. Since it stretches, the tape has to be applied with different degrees of stretchiness. The KT tape provides neuromuscular feedback that relaxes stronger firing of muscles and tendons.

I think they KT tape really helped with my wrist pain. I made it almost the whole workout pain-free. Towards the end of my workout, I tried doing a plate twist bicep curl and I immediately felt a pain shoot through my wrist. Any twisting motion really seems to bother it.

Overall, I think the tape really helped and I’m going to try it out on my Achilles for running.

Today

Today at the gym, I did a full body circuit workout that left me tired and sweaty.

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It felt nice to get a great workout in and I burned 522 calories.

Have a great afternoon!

  • Did you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at all over the weekend?
  • Favorite pie?
  • Have you ever tried KT tape?

 

 

 

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Mother/Son Running

Hello!

Yesterday, I ran outside! Can you believe it?! Well, it was more of a walk/run but still. I haven’t ran outside since before my hip surgery last summer. The last time I ran outside was probably the Bud’s Run 5k  last June.

Next month, we’re running a Color Run so Jaden has really been wanting to practice running. He also wears my old FitBit Flex so he’s trying to get lots of steps.

Since the weather was so gorgeous yesterday when Jaden got home from school, we ran outside.

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I’m not sure exactly how far we went but it was probably right around 2.75 miles. We started out running slowly and then incorporated a lot of walking breaks as needed. Jaden did a lot better than I expected him to (the FitBit is great motivation) and surprisingly my Achilles tendon felt fine.

I was really worried about my Achilles so I’m happy it was okay when I was running. I think running on the treadmill might bother it. I also ran in my Mizuno shoes yesterday so I’m wondering if the shoes I’m currently wearing bother it.

It’s still not 100% so I made sure to ice it yesterday and stretch it this morning. But I’m happy it felt okay with outdoor running!

This morning I went to the gym. I did the Bikini Body Mommy strength workout and then I did a butt/leg circuit workout.

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I did the following exercises back to back, rested for about 2 minutes, and then repeated the circuit.

  • step-up to kickbacks (use a box or bench) x12 each side
  • walking lunges with a medicine ball oblique twist x20 each side
  • hip bridges x15
  • single leg hip bridges x12 each side
  • donkey kicks x15 each side
  • sumo squats x20
  • band walking side to side
  • backwards band walking

After repeating the circuit twice, I decided to try out the Stairmaster. Back when I finished physical therapy a couple of months ago, my physical therapist said to avoid the Stairmaster for the time being because it required a lot of hip extension. Since it’s been a couple of months, I decided to try it out.

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I did 10 minutes and tried to stay slow. My hip felt fine during it so we’ll see how it feels tomorrow. Even though my hip surgery was last July, my hip still isn’t fully recovered. It still aches when I do physical activity and my quad still bothers me a little, but it’s a lot better and I can tell it slowly getting back to normal. The doctor said it could take up to a year to fully recover so I’m on the right track!

It’s another beautiful day outside so we’ll see if Jaden wants to run outside again later today!

Have a great afternoon!

  •  When was the last time you ran outside?
  • What kinds of physical activities do you do with your kids?

 

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Weekend Recap

Good morning and happy March! Can you believe it’s March already?! I’m just waiting for winter to be over and for spring to arrive!

Friday

The kids had the day off of school on Friday so I didn’t go to the gym in the morning. Instead, we went to the library.

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I love the library. So. Many. Books.

Since, I didn’t work out in the morning, Danny and I went to the gym at night, and Jacob came with too. Danny and I worked on back and biceps while Jacob walked on the track. After we were done, Jacob wanted to jump rope so we spent a little bit of time jump roping.

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Jacob was so funny – he was doing a run jump rope thing where he would run down the hall while jump roping. It was hilarious to watch and I couldn’t stop laughing. I usually can’t get him to go to the gym for anything, but he enjoyed jump roping!

And Danny got to wear his new Fitbit to the gym!

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Being the super sweet wife that I am, I bought him a Fitbit Charge. I think just about my whole family owns a Fit bit now. :)

Saturday

We went to the gym again Saturday morning like we usually do and worked chest and triceps. Danny is usually in charge of the chest exercises and the decline chest presses are killer. (I use an EZ bar because my wrist always hurts and the EZ bar is a little less stressful on it.)

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The decline chest presses aren’t super hard to do but I really feel it later!

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We stopped at the store on the way home and I was excited to find this butterscotch “yogurt.”

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I posted it on Instagram and someone that it’s not actually Greek yogurt because it doesn’t contain any active cultures like yogurt does. It’s simply a “dairy treat.” Companies can be sneaky and sometimes you really have to pay attention to food labels. Of course, you assume the Oikos is yogurt but it doesn’t say yogurt anywhere on the packaging.

Regardless, it was still good!

Saturday evening, we went to my dad and stepmom’s to celebrate their birthdays.

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We had spaghetti, salad, and bread followed by cake and ice cream.

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We had a fun time celebrating and visiting.

Sunday

Sunday morning, we were back at the gym. No surprise there. We worked legs. I haven’t done just a leg day in awhile because me hip/quad/Achilles tendon always are sore but I also know it’s important to build strength so I am going to add more leg exercises into my workouts.

For leg exercises we did:

  • leg press machine
  • squats
  • leg extension machine
  • leg curl machine
  • step up to kickbacks
  • walking lunges
  • calf raises

After the gym we went grocery shopping and then to Whole Foods for lunch. We stopped for some frozen yogurt on the way home.

Our grocery store had the Rockin’ Refuel protein drinks on sale for $1 each. I’ve never seen them this cheap so I had to stock up.

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Overall, we had a pretty quiet and laid back Sunday.

Today

This morning, I went to the gym and worked shoulders. My leg isn’t as sore a I thought it would be after yesterday but my quad is a little sore. I made sure to foam roll it a lot at the gym and stretch.

Tomorrow is my first day teaching Women on Weights class!

Have a great day!

  • What did you do this weekend?
  • Favorite leg exercise?
    Do you read food labels?

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Circuit Workouts

Good afternoon, friends! How are you today? I must tell you, I am so sick of the snow. I hate snow. If I never saw another snowflake again, I would be perfectly happy. I am counting the days until spring is here!

I have been really good about getting my diet back on track this week, with the small exception of going out to celebrate my dad and stepmom’s birthdays on Tuesday night. Let’s just say there was a lot of Mexican food and margaritas involved. But I am a firm believer of everything in moderation.

I made sure I was back on track Wednesday morning. Before work, I had plain Fage Greek yogurt mixed with a packet of Stevia and topped with raspberries.

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I love eating this for breakfast because it’s starts my morning out with a lot of protein!

I went to the gym this morning, but I decided that it was in my best interest to hold off on the Bikini Body Mommy workouts for a few days. They are great short workouts but the amount of jumping and squats involved has really been hard on my body on top of the other workouts I’m doing.

I was a little bit disappointed because I made it 40 days straight without missing a workout but I’m really trying to listen to my body and do what’s best for it.

I still managed to get a good workout in, focusing mostly on upper body and core work. I found a circuit workout in the Sarah Fit book and added a couple more exercises to it.

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My circuit consisted of:

  • single leg bicep curls x 20 (10 each leg)
  • triceps dips with feet on a stability ball (I forgot how hard these were!) x 12
  • chest presses on stability ball x 15
  • bentover rows x 15
  • upright rows x15
  • dumbbell deadlifts x 15

I rested about 2 minutes in between each circuit. I did the circuit three times each.

Then I moved on to a core circuit. For this circuit I did:

  • Russian twists with a medicine ball x 16 (each side)
  • single leg heel touches x 10 / double leg heel touches x 10
  • bicycle crunches x 15 each side
  • plank 30 seconds
  • dumbbell side bends x 20 (each side)

I did this circuit three times, resting one minute in between.

After the gym, I stopped at Target where I found these individual bags of Jack Links on clearance.

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I love the Jack Links and always buy the big bag. I have never seen the individual bags at my Target and suddenly there was a bunch of boxes on the clearance shelf. Where did they come from?!

Now I’m at home sipping on some Cinnabon coffee and getting a few things done. I’m working on a workout for my first Women on Weights class that I’m teaching next week!

Have a great day!

  • What’s your favorite kind of food? I love Mexican food. I could eat it everyday.
  • Do you ever do circuit workouts?
  • Favorite ab exercise?

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Booty Workout and Birthdays!

Hello! How are you all today?!

This morning I went to the gym and started with the Bikini Body Mommy cardio workout. These workouts usually require a lot of jumping moves which I was really feeling today. By the time I was done, my Achilles tendon was killing me.

I tend to have an all or nothing attitude when it comes to working out and often decide to push through when I have pain instead of stopping. I realize that this is not a good thing. Moral of the story: do not be like me. If you are injured or have pain, take it easy!

I know something is wrong with my Achilles and I know the jumping exercises aren’t helping. I really am going to try my best to take it easy. The nice thing is that a lot of exercises can be modified so I don’t have to jump. My plan is to lay off the jumping but still do what I can.

After the cardio workout, I worked on glutes. Lots of booty exercises!

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I did:

  • step-up to kickbacks
  • walking lunges
  • single leg hip bridges
  • sumo squats with a leg raise
  • donkey kicks
  • single leg deadlifts
  • squats

I did each exercises between 12-25 reps, depending on the exercise. I did three sets of each exercise. Then I foam rolled and stretched. It was a really good workout that left me tired and sweaty!!

Even though I still wear my FitBit Charge HR all day long, I use my Polar FT7 heart rate monitor to keep track of my exercise. I feel like it’s more accurate.

Yesterday for some reason, my Fitbit registered that I climbed 45 flights of stairs!

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I definitely did not climb 45 flights of stairs. I didn’t really do anything different than I normally do so I can’t figure out why it thinks I’m climbing so many stairs. This is the first time it’s ever counted so many stairs. Interesting!

Hopefully it’ll be a little more accurate today.

Today is my dad’s birthday and tomorrow is my stepmom’s birthday. A big happy birthday to my dad and Sue!! Can’t wait to celebrate!!

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Have a great day!!

  • For  those of you that have a FitBit Charge, does it overestimate stairs?!
  • Do you rest when your sore/injured or do tend to push through?

 

 

 

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An Off Week

Good morning.

I am so glad that today is Sunday, even though I did wake up at 6 am. I just can’t seem to sleep in on the weekends. This past week has been a really off week for me – diet and workout-wise.

There was no school one day, Jaden was sick a couple of days, my work hours changed slightly. I pretty much ate everything in sight all week and missed two workouts this week, and I never miss a workout!!

I was working until 2 pm on Wednesday and Fridays. Now, I’m working until 3 pm, which means I can’t workout after I get off work those two days because I  have to be home to get the kids off the bus.

Danny usually goes to the gym at 5 am during the week, so I can’t wake up early and go. I suppose my other options are to wake up early and work out at home or workout in the evening. I planned on working out Friday night but I forgot it was bingo night at Jaden’s school.

This week, I plan on focusing more on what needs to be done – planning my meals better so I don’t eat a whole bag of jelly beans (yes, that happened this week) and figuring out when to fit my workouts in.

I completely realize that people work full time jobs and have things a lot harder, but no matter what your schedule is, if it’s something you’ve been used to for years then it’s going to mess you up if it suddenly changes.

Yesterday

Of course, my first priority yesterday morning was to get to the gym!

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I started with the Bikini Body Mommy Fit Test because I am a little behind on that workout.

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I was happy because I improved all my scores from the previous Fit Test. It’s about an 8 minute workout, but it’s killer. Danny did it too and we were dead at the end. Dead. You’re only resting 10 seconds in between each exercise so it really keeps your heart rate up!

Danny and I worked on back and biceps and honestly it was a so-so workout. I just wasn’t feeling it. I was tired from being up early, my eye hurt (turns out my contact was ripped in half in my eye), and my leg was really bothering me.

We got through all our back exercises and half of our bicep exercises until I threw in the towel. My eye was killing me and I had to go home to fix it. Plus, I was just plain crabby.

After the gym, we stopped at Target where I bought Boom Chicka Pop kettle corn in the frosted sugar sugar cookie flavor!

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I haven’t tried it yet, but I’m going to try it today. I imagine it’s going to be delicious. They also had a lemon drop kettle corn flavor but I was a little unsure about that flavor.

On today’s agenda is the gym, grocery shopping, and working for a few hours later. I really need to get back on track with my eating and workouts this week!

Have a great Sunday!

  • Do you ever have “off” weeks? I usually have off days, but rarely off weeks! Too much good food!
  • Did you do anything fun this weekend?
  • Favorite popcorn flavor?

 

 

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iFly Naperville

Good afternoon. I hope you all had a great weekend!

On Saturday afternoon, we took Jaden to iFly in Naperville. This was part of his birthday present.

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I bought a gift card from Costco which included two 1 minute flights and the option to view your video online. It cost $40 at Costco. The price for the same package at iFly is $70.

I made reservations ahead of time online. I picked the time 1:30 pm and you’re supposed to arrive one hour before your scheduled time.

We got to iFly about 12:30 pm. We checked in and signed a waiver. We also paid an extra $10 to add a “high flight” for the last 20 seconds or so of the last flight. It might seem like a lot of money for only a few seconds but the high flight option is totally worth it. The instructor takes you almost all the way to the ceiling.

Then we went upstairs and watched other people taking their turns until they called the 1:30 pm group. There was about 15 flyers in the 1:30 pm group. The ages ranged from kids to adults. There were three kids in Jaden’s group and him and another boy were probably the youngest.

We watched a short video on how to hold your body when your flying and what to do once you’re in the wind tunnel. Then the instructor came in and went over the hand signals.

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The wind tunnel is very loud and you are unable to hear so the instructor communicates with you using the hand signals.

After the video and instructions, all the fliers suited up.

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Jaden wore a bodysuit, safety goggles, and a helmet. They also give you the option of wearing ear plugs. Once everyone is suited up, they all go into the wind tunnel waiting area and sit on a bench.

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We couldn’t go in with Jaden since we weren’t flying but we could see him the whole time. Each person goes into the wind tunnel with the instructor for one minute. It was so fun watching everyone fly around!

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After one minute is up, you exit the wind tunnel and go to the end of the line. Once everyone has flown once, they get one more one minute flight. This is where they do the high flight option.

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Jaden and the instructor started spinning and off they went!

After the second flight, you go back and sit down until everyone has had their second turn.

Jaden was so excited when he got out and ran to give us a giant hug.

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Overall, it was an awesome experience. Jaden had so much fun and already wants to know when he can go back!

On Saturday night, Danny and I took the kids to dinner at a hibachi restaurant.

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They have never been to a hibachi restaurant and I knew they would love it. They loved seeing the fire and watching the food being cooked in front of them.

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We ordered so much food and I left so full! It was so good. I was surprised that Jaden actually tried a bite of everything on his plate. All he really ended up eating though was two servings of steamed white rice.

It was a great day, a delicious dinner, and a nice way to spend Valentine’s Day with my family!

  • What did you do this weekend?

 

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

Happy Valentine’s Day!

I forgot to mention some good news the other day – starting in March I will be getting my own group fitness class to teach!

Many of you know that I was teaching BodyPump before my hip surgery. After hip surgery, I don’t think BodyPump is something that I will return to teaching because the high amount of reps were hard on my body and my cartilage is already starting to wear away.

At first, I was upset about it, but honestly as much as I loved taking BodyPump classes, teaching the classes were a lot harder for me. Every BodyPump class is choreographed precisely to music so no matter where you go in the world the class will be exactly the same. Although the moves weren’t hard to learn, it was a little harder for me to be on exact count with the music if that makes sense. I’m not really a musically inclined person.

My new class will be Women on Weights which takes place on the fitness floor – no classroom, no music, just lots of strength training! I am very excited. I will be teaching Tuesday mornings which works out perfect!

Valentine’s Day

For Valentine’s Day this year, I made Danny a Jack and Coke “cake”.

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There’s a bottle of Jack Daniels in the middle, surrounded by cans of Coca Cola!

Danny and I were obviously meant to be together forever because we both bought each other a Reese’s peanut butter heart!

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Danny also got me the donut coffee mug I’ve been wanting and a tub of Alpha Aminos, which I was very excited about – he knows me too well!

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He also got me the cutest coffee mug that changes from asleep to awake as the coffee hits it! Very cute!

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And last night at Whole Foods, we picked up some fresh chocolate covered strawberries that I will probably eat for breakfast.

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We always get the kids a little Valentine’s treat and Jaden was very excited to get his.

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My niece and Jaden made a really cute butterfly Valentine’s craft a few days ago.

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We used toilet paper tubes and covered them with scrapbook paper and added hearts for the wings.

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My niece had fun spreading the glue with a paintbrush.

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I hope you all have a wonderful Valentine’s Day and remember, Valentine’s Day is about celebrating all those that you love – moms, dad, grandparents, spouses, neighbors, kids, etc. Spread the love!!

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