It Happened Again…

Well, it happened again. I got off track with my HIIT workouts, yoga routine, and surfing. Between work, the heat, and busy weekends, I just can’t seem to hold down a routine. Yesterday, my husband and I went on a 5 mile hike (which was beautiful but tick infested), so I had a lot of time to think. Why am I sabotaging myself? I decided to breakdown each of my activities and write what I need to do to be successful.

HIIT Workouts

The HIIT workouts I do in a workout room IN OUR HOUSE. Really no excuse here, but I think I need to de-clutter the room a little bit (see pic above). We have so much exercise equipment, it can get a little overwhelming at times.

Yoga Routine

For several months now, I have been practicing yoga on my own. Β While I do love self practice, I do think it’s time for me to go back to class. My routines aren’t very creative right now, and I think some inspiration is called for.

Surfing

Well, this probably has been my most consist activity. I’m still averaging about 1 to 2 times a week, but I can push myself to work a little bit harder.

So, in conclusion, I need to clean up my workout room, get to a yoga class, and surf a little bit more. I think these goals are achievable. Readers, do you ever make goals for yourself? I would love to know!

As always, you can follow me on Twitter and Instagram @ScrappyYoga to see my week’s progress.

Namaste

~Scrappy Yogi

4 thoughts on “It Happened Again…

  1. I’m always trying to set Surfing goals for myself each session.
    For instance, if it’s longboardable, I’ll challenge myself to cross step- at least once- even if I fall off the wave. Gets me into the muscle memory of cross stepping on a surfboard, if only for a split second!
    Then, I try to make those “split seconds” a bit longer the next sesh…Someday I’ll make it up to the nose consistently!!!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  2. It’s hard to form habits, especially with all the other demands in life. Glad you have a plan to get back to it. Might be worth a think through and make sure you aren’t putting too much on your plate. Stretch goals, but ones that are achievable, are the most motivating.

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