There was a part of me that was super excited this morning knowing I was finishing up another month of grueling [yet awesome] 5:30 a.m workouts.
But a part of me is also sad that it’s over and I won’t be able to join next months class because of our move [more on that in a different post].
These last two months have made me sweat, cry and push myself to new levels with my body. Ultimately I was doing this boot camp to see changes in my body, but what I am finding is more changes in how I see myself.
I honestly think after two months of these CrossFit style workouts, I could confidently walk into a real CrossFit gym and join a class with no worry.
And maybe I didn’t mention how much freaking fun it has been! These people are a blast and everyone is so encouraging.
I have worked my little tail off for two months and am ultimately happy with how I feel. I feel stronger, and as mentioned before like my endurance is better and my running has gotten faster.
I’ve never been much of a numbers person on the blog, but I thought I would share the end result with you all after two months. I’m actually a little shocked that last months number and my overall aren’t a little more dramatic.
Some things have been going on in my personal life as well that may have contributed a bit, but either way I’m looking at the positives.
|May 29th||June 25th||July 26||Difference|
|r. arm||12.5||12||12||– .5|
It’s not the exact end results that I wanted to see, but I’m making progress. I’m using this as a starting point and motivator to keep on my fitness journey to be the healthiest version of me.
My final thoughts are these…I’m so happy that I did CrossFit Boot camp and hope to incorporate more of these intense workouts in with a more regular running routine.
Thanks for all your continued support through my fitness journey and I hope y’all have a great weekend! 🙂