❏ ~6:45: Run virtual 5k put on by our hospital system. I really want to get a baseline idea of my (lack of) speed so this seemed like a good opportunity.
❏ ~8:30: Take G to soccer (starts at 9 am, so at least weather would be better!). Maybe. She has already hinted she might not want to play. So maybe we will just save ourselves the trouble this time! Ahh well. Sunk costs (literally!). C has tennis at the same time.
If no soccer, we will take a walk or do something else outside.
❏ ~1:00: Take A to soccer. Not sure if this will be whole family affair or if we will split up.
❏ 3:00: Pure laziness for all. Screens for kids. Will read from my library stack and likely end up napping. All household chores being deferred until Sunday because otherwise they may expand to fill all available space . . .
❏ 5:30: Order takeout. At least one kid has requested rice & beans. Mexican? Cuban? We will see.
❏ Post-dinner: Big kids finish watching Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (unless they finished last night – I wouldn’t know since I put G to bed & stayed upstairs!).
Not terribly eventful but should be a fun day. Just need to survive this 5K.
So I decided to try a free membership for a month (I have in my planner to cancel unless I unexpectedly become enamored) of the Peloton Digital app. I started browsing and am already confused. I was looking for an organized program of sorts but everything looks kind of . . .scattered and separate.
Do programs exist in Peloton and if so, which one is good? Are there specific instructors who are amazing in the strength workouts? I hate that Beachbody is an MLM but I love that all of the workouts come in series and ‘programs’. Warms my Upholder heart . . .