Everything is getting a lot slower for me now.
I think I must have been kidding myself when I first fell pregnant. I have no real idea how exhausting it can get.
I am now entering my third trimester.
I haven’t enjoyed jogging at all and will find that my Race for Life in July will be a walk.
All the joints feel sluggish and my breathing has become more laboured.
Coughing, laughing and sneezing is a challenge which I wont describe, but anyone who has had a baby will understand what I am talking about.
All that considered I am really quite cuffed I have kept up some kind of routine with my training. I often wonder how a less fit individual manages day to day.
Anyways I am complaining more today because I was having a pretty tired morning and not very motivated to boot.
I had to practise the WOD for tonight just to see how it would play out.
Summing up all my energy I set up my work station.
Pull ups, push ups (on a box), squats, sub-ing sit ups for hanging baskets.
For each exercise 5 reps and a total of 20 rounds.
This is a modified Angie. You are still completing as many reps but due to the nature of the WOD it has a far more aerobic feel and instead of feeling like an impossible task like Angie sometimes can it actually feels do-able.
Considered this was body weight, completing it in 22minutes 30 I don’t think was too bad!
Sally Dixey is a Crossfit London Coach