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WOD; ootd (outfit of the day)

  • Starting heart rate – 76
  • 1.05-mile run – 150 heart rate
  • 50 Sit ups
  • 30-pound repeats of 30 shoulder press
  • 50 Jumping jacks
  • 20 Push ups
  • 50-pound repeats of 15 shoulder press
  • 30 Russian twists
  • 30-pound repeats of 30 fly/deltoids
  • 10-pound repeats of 20 curls
  • 10-pound repeats of 20 curls
  • 30 Sit ups
  • 3-mile bike ride – 115 heart rate

I love checking my heart rate prior to finishing a workout because it gauges the effort I put during the workout. It is funny how you learn so much the longer you have been doing something. Back when I first started my fitness journey, it was all about working out to perform better, but now since learning about heart rate Im headed towards wanting to perform to my highest capabilities.

I feel that your heart rate can tell you a lot about what level you can or cannot accomplish that day because every day is different, and it also stems from what fluids and food you put into your body each day.

#ootd (outfit of the day)

  1. Zip-up fleece by C9 Champion
  2. Simply straight 678 by The Limited Denim

#wod #champion #heartrate #limited #thrift #fitness #health #newyear #wwe #fashion

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Written by Thomas Gouard

I'm a military veteran, a Direct Support Professional for adults with disabilities, and a college student pursuing a career as a substance abuse counselor. Outside of that I'm a runner, cyclist, blogger, writer, and fashion lover. I fell in love with writing during my second semester of college, and have found joy's in expressing myself with it.

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