Look Who’s Laughing Now

Remember how I didn’t go to the gym on Monday because of my exam and then bailed on Tuesday’s workout?

It now appears that exercise is flipping the bird at me.  Last night I did Nike Training Club workout called “Stinger.”

There was only one appropriate response for my after workout status update:

I finished my workout at 10pm last night and then was up before the sun rose this morning.  Brad was heading out to do some photography and I told him I’d meet him there and bring some breakfast and coffee to the park.

I figured I’d take advantage of being up early and bundle up for an outdoor workout.

For some foolish reason I decided to do sprint intervals for the first time ever.  My legs were SO heavy.  I guess I forgot the STINGER that happened just over eight hours earlier.

In my head I was running so fast.

What exercise gives you the heaviest legs?

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11 Responses to Look Who’s Laughing Now

  1. Miz says:

    it may be wimpy but it’s true: GOOD OLD FASHIONED WEIGHTED LUNGES!!

  2. I hate when I do workouts too close together, it always makes my legs feel like lead. Doesn’t matter what I do either, if it’s been less that 12 hours I’m fonna suffer.

  3. Bronwyn says:

    Oh yeah, anything with weights or sprinting just KILLS my legs. Ugh. So bad.

  4. Good for you! Sprints outside are tough for me – my legs feel way heavier than when I do them on the treadmill.

    • Morgan @ Life After Bagels says:

      I’ve never done them on the treadmill, and let’s be honest, I’m not sure I want to ;)

  5. On Tuesday, I ran five miles through my village. That means HILLS HILLS HILLS! Then I ran 2.5 miles on the treadmill on Wednesday. That was too much, I could hardly walk afterwards. Ouch! So a combination of hill running and running on back to back days obviously kills my legs.

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