Last week registration for Zumba Convention 2018 opened, and I eagerly signed up after missing it last year. Due to a hectic work schedule, I couldn’t find the time to escape and participate in four days of dance and workshops. This year, I plan to go back and I’m so excited. I rushed to sign up, which paid off because I ended up in a lot of sessions I was hoping for. The Aqua Zumba classes always fill up quickly, and sadly, I didn’t get in to one of those.
Who said resolutions had to start in January? I think mine is starting in March this year! It’s been a crazy couple of months to kick off 2018. Normally my travel for work calms down a bit at the beginning of the year, but this time, that hasn’t been the case and it has impacted my workout schedule. Here is my February recap. The days with the workout listed in a different color and font are the days I actually accomplished a workout.
I can’t believe it’s already February. I have no idea where the month of January went! This post is coming a little later than I would like mainly because I was in New York City last week for work. Nevertheless, here is my planned workout calendar for the month of February. I will say that while I planned to run a 10K race on Sunday, February 4, that didn’t end up happening. My flight landed around 10:30pm on Saturday and between getting luggage and driving, I didn’t get home until after midnight.
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