Weekly Wrap 89 Camping Again

Weekly Wrap 89 Camping Again

Weekly Wrap 89 Camping Again

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Weekly Wrap 89 Camping Again

Welcome to the Weekly Wrap 89 Camping Again. Like the title says, I’m camping again and were trying out a new campground. Same lake just different campground. My beloved campground we always go to is still closed, due to flooding but we went across the lake to higher ground to camp so I’m all good. I think we like it because we already booked for awhile.

Let’s see how this week played out in activity

Weekly Workout Summary

Weekly Wrap 89 Camping Again

I was glad to get back to my more normal routine this past week. I admit I may have been somewhat excited to get back to leg day too. With an easy week the previous week, I’m a few miles off of my goal for this month. I’m not too worried about it but I’ll try and make it up maybe with some shorter runs.

Another small feat in the weights this week, there is a particular one-arm exercise I could not finish the 3 sets on. I’d get in a few reps and it would just be too difficult to lift on my own. I do have a shoulder limitation that I really need to get checked out but haven’t yet. Well, this week I was able to lift all three sets totally by myself! I have to say it felt great to actually see measurable progress!

Weekly Wrap 89 Camping Again

Sunset over the lake

With camping in a new place, it also means new views to capture. This one greeted me as I was pulling in our first night here. I also got to enjoy new routes to run here, although this campground does have quite the hills. I guess that is a good thing. It will be fun for a while exploring it.

Weekly Wrap 89 Camping Again

Crawfish, shrimp, corn, potatoes and brussel sprouts

We had friends join us for this weekend as well. We had great conversations over the campfire and we cooking camp food. Planning what were going to cook was about as much fun as eating it. We also purchased crawfish and shrimp by the pound for a Relay for Life fundraiser and cooked our own fixings to go with it. We had a big time. I don’t eat crawfish but I ate my share of the boiled shrimp!

It was such a nice relaxing weekend and just what I needed.

Coming up

One more weekend before I’ll run my last half of the season and they just released the medals too!

How cool are these? Not really sure what I have planned for this weekend, but I do have a local 5k I’m thinking about entering.

Do you lift? Do you keep up with exactly how much weight you can lift on each exercise?

Did you have a good Easter?

Tell me what you’re looking forward too in the upcoming weeks.

Let’s make it a great week!

Cheers,
Tr!c!@

 

 

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  1. I hope you like your new camping spot as much as your previous favorite spot that’s now flooded. That sunset picture is gorgeous, and so is that medal! To answer your questions, yes, I keep track of how much weight I lift so I can track my improvement.

    I hope you had a wonderful Easter. Ours was so nice and relaxing with family and friends!

    Thanks for the linkup! I’ll link my true weekly wrap back to yours and Holly’s posts without actually linking it up…
    Debbie @ Deb Runs recently posted…Ten Years Later And Hokie Nation Is Stronger Than EverMy Profile

  2. It does sounds like a nice relaxing camping weekend was just what you needed! That Kentucky race will be so much fun, I am jealous! Easter here was very nice and of course it is nice when I get my kids together! Great job on the arm exercises! I know what you mean, I can see some progress with my ActivMotion bar workouts and my form is getting better too, it is the little things! Have a great week!
    Mary Beth Jackson recently posted…You always have time for the things you put firstMy Profile

  3. That is a pretty beautiful photo of your campground. I can only imagine how relaxing it must be out there. Thanks for the linkup!
    Deborah @ Confessions of a mother runner recently posted…Weekly Wrap Spring Break EditionMy Profile

  4. Happy Easter! I had a great weekend and hope you did as well.

    IT’s great that you were able to get back into a routine this week as I know you’ve been traveling a lot lately!
    Kimberly G recently posted…Airbnb Brooklyn Half Marathon Training Recap – Week 7My Profile

  5. Those medals are awesome! It sounds like so much fun to go camping with friends, and planning meals. I’m so into all of that!
    Sarah @ Bucket List Tummy recently posted…How I fuel for 20 miles + Ogden Marathon UpdatesMy Profile

  6. Aaaaah! Your campsite and your camp food look divine. Life is good! Shoulders are finicky. They injure easily and take a long time to heal. Congrats on the progress. That’s awesome. Those are cool medals!
    Marcia recently posted…BFD or Small Annoyances: It’s All About PerspectiveMy Profile

    • I’ve been babying this thing for some time now. Then I decided it wasn’t getting any better doing that so I just started lifting what I could with it. Jury is out on if I’m doing more damage or not but it does seem to be better.
      Tricia recently posted…Weekly Wrap 89 Camping AgainMy Profile

  7. I’m so excited for you arm progress! I have wimpy arms and it’s always fun to see progress. Of course, I’m pretty terrible about keeping track of my weights, but then again, I don’t really do much training with weights. LOL.

    You’re new campground sounds so fun! That’s quite a view.
    Clarinda recently posted…Week in Review – 4/16My Profile

  8. Looks like such a gorgeous spot! I hope to do more camping as the girls get a little bigger. As for weights, I’ve been adding in more strength work again but I don’t do a lot of heavy lifting right now. It wears me out too much for distance when I’m training for a half or further, but I am really enjoying it!
    Laura recently posted…Training this week + Meal PlanningMy Profile

  9. That is a lovely sunset – and a nice medal too! I am looking forward to my kitchen being done, soon I hope!
    Coco recently posted…A Few Days In SeoulMy Profile

  10. I love that you get out camping so much. I hope you enjoy the new site! Those medals are really cool!! My next race is an 8k and half marathon in a month or so, so I have some time before my next medal arrives. I don’t lift weights – but i should!

  11. That’s some serious bling! The guy who helped me with my shoes (last weekend) said he was running the Kentucky Derby Marathon! Don’t I feel pretty wordly…knowing two runners who are gonna be there πŸ˜‰ I don’t keep track of my max on weights because I’m mainly just “maintaining” and not trying to achieve anything new. I did notice my arm sleeves felt tight on my biceps this weekend, though….
    Kim Hatting recently posted…Back on Track (literally)My Profile

  12. That Kentucky derby race is on my list! Was just talking about it today. I love the medal an can’t wait to hear your take on the race!

    • I have wanted to run this race ever since I knew I could do a half! My family still rides in barrel races and for awhile it was our total weekend life so running around all the great horse farms in KY is a dream of mine!
      I can’t wait to be there and live it!
      Tricia recently posted…Weekly Wrap 89 Camping AgainMy Profile

  13. Glad you conquered those weights! Becky keeps track of all that for me, so I have no clue where I’m at unless she tells me!

    Those crawfish—yum!
    Wendy@Taking the Long Way Home recently posted…Running on EggshellsMy Profile

    • There are only some things I remember when I started the weights. One was bench pressing the bar alone. It’s still like 45 lbs or maybe 55 lbs and I could not do it alone. Now I can get through 3 sets with about 20lbs added. I love seeing progress!
      Tricia recently posted…Weekly Wrap 89 Camping AgainMy Profile

  14. Love the picture of the sunset! Those medals really look cool, that race is on my list to run.

  15. Those medals are SWEET!

    Glad you had a good week of running and lifting and also fun at the campground. It’s gotta be neat to wake up to that view and to run in different places, too. I do lift and do a class called BodyPump, and I try to keep up with the weight I lift and increase occasionally, to a point. Of course, running is my #1 priority so I’m lifting to become a better runner before anything else like becoming “good” in the weight room. I do feel like a lot goes into the amount of weight you lift like stress, nutrition, time of day, etc. It’s just like running in that way, so you can’t always compare what you lifted one session to the next… you just have to look at trends!
    Amy Lauren recently posted…Publix Savannah Women’s Half Marathon 5K (22:28)My Profile

  16. Those are cool medals! Great job lifting all your sets by yourself! Love the sunset pic! I’m looking forward to celebrating my Mom’s birthday next weekend. Have a great week!
    Sherry recently posted…Recovery Week after the Vernonia Marathon and Weekly WrapMy Profile

  17. Great pic of the sunset over the lake!! Those are cool medals and yay for finishing all three sets of weights! Way to go!
    Sharon recently posted…American River Parkway Half Marathon Training Week 14: 4/10-4/16My Profile

  18. Looks like you have some great views from your new campsite! Great job this week and congrats on the strength training!
    Lisa @ Mile by Mile recently posted…When You Can’t Run, WalkMy Profile

  19. I was doing Bodypump until some I got a pain in my shoulder. I tried so hard to keep track of my weights, but that class just moves too fast for me to remember anything! Someday, I’ll get the hang of it.
    AmyC recently posted…Cozy Hong Kong Easter Brunch + Weekly WrapMy Profile

    • I have heard it is fast-paced! I use to take a HIIT class with weights and I really enjoyed it. It was different from my strength training sessions where it’s about form. The HIIT class was about getting in as many reps as possible and feeling the burn!
      Tricia recently posted…Weekly Wrap 89 Camping AgainMy Profile

  20. That’s a beautiful view from your new campground! I hope you enjoy it as much as your old one. I ate boiled shrimp a couple of times last week. So good! Those are great medals. I didn’t realize that was your last half for the season. Can you believe how warm it is already? UGH.

    • Yes ma’am and actually I’m looking forward to some down time. Not that I won’t be running in fact I’m looking forward to running more often just less miles each time. πŸ™‚
      This new to me campground is growing on me. Can you believe we are staying a whole month?
      Tricia recently posted…Weekly Wrap 89 Camping AgainMy Profile

  21. Love to hear your camping stories. No I don’t lift. But I have gone to the gym lately to use the machines.

    I have another 5k this weekend and then the weekend after, I have a half in NYC.
    Darlene recently posted…Running Update: 4.10.17-4.16.17My Profile

  22. Glad you had a great week back in your routine and relaxing at the camp site! Best of luck in Kentucky! I really wanted to train and run the marathon but we are a busy family. A spring marathon would be really hard for me but I’m planning on running MS Gulf Coast in the fall. I think I’m ready! I do not lift weights anymore and teach body weight strength training in my class. Hope you have another great week!

  23. Glad to hear your lifting is going well! I don’t really lift at all LOL…upper body is definitely an area I need to work on! The view at your new campsite looks so beautiful!

    I hope you had a nice Easter! We kept it pretty low-key, which was a nice change of pace since I always feel so busy running around!
    Janelle @ Run With No Regrets recently posted…Buffalo Half Marathon Training Week 3 RecapMy Profile

  24. That food looks absolutely delicious. Its always fun to explore new places. I wish I had endless time available to explore every place on my bucket list.
    Kathryn @ Dancing to Running recently posted…Loudoun Half Marathon Training Log – Weeks 4 and 5My Profile

  25. Good relaxing weekends are excellent incentives for a work week! I hope you have an awesome half marathon!! how many is that this year so far? I’ve lost count!

    Thank you for hosting!
    Ana recently posted…Weekly Wrap 4.16.17My Profile

  26. I do lift – right now it’s more for fun and cross training to supplement my running. But I have a pretty good base in my mind of how much I can lift. Honestly, some mornings I surprise myself, good OR bad. So it is exciting to have a day where I can lift more, or do more reps.

    Love crawfish & boiled shrimp!

  27. What a gorgeous sunset view! It sounds like the perfect weekend.

    I don’t lift. I tend to do HIIT, barre, yoga and paddleboarding as my running alternatives. I’ve thought about trying lifting, but I think I need a trainer to make sure I do it right.

  28. Measurable progress is ALWAYS awesome! πŸ™‚ I don’t keep track of what I lift, but I do like to keep track of the number of exercises I can do – pushups, burpees, etc.
    Heather recently posted…Weekly Recap: April 10 – April 16My Profile

  29. I don’t eat crawfish either. It seems like a lot of work for such a small piece of meat. I do love shrimp though!

  30. Beautiful sunset view! I actually took my girls to the beach yesterday so we can watch the sunset. With weight lifting, I loosely keep track of how much I lift so I can see if I’m progressing. Sounds like another fun camping trip for you πŸ™‚
    Elaine @myRUNexperiment recently posted…nuun Seminar and Spring Break – My Weekly RecapMy Profile

  31. I love the half medal design – sounds like a fun one! We did have a great Easter driving back from a race in the cities… More so it was wonderful to check out a new church and then drive HOME, back to small-town land. I suppose I should get in to lifting again – I like lifting light weights (like 8 to 10 lb. dumbbells) throughout pregnancy. Those squats sure help delivery πŸ˜‰
    Amy @ Life to the Full recently posted…Runner Spotlight: AmandaMy Profile

  32. I am looking forward to get out camping this year also. Just waiting for the snow to melt and a tad warmer weather. Love being in the outdoors though! Good that you are getting some weights in and progressing. I just can’t seem to find the time. I’ll make it a goal for this week!

  33. The sunset view of the lake is just gorgeous. Glad you’re enjoying the camping life and are back in your element both with camping and your usual fitness routine. Happy Easter!
    Jennifer @ Dashing in Style recently posted…80/20 5K Training Weeks 3 & 4: Peak PhaseMy Profile

  34. Look at all the crawfish!

    And that medal is the cutest thing! I wish I was able to get up there and earn that particular piece of bling!

    Easter was ok. A little rushed and hectic, but we made it work.

    I’ve got my sprint tri this weekend, so I’m mildly freaking out. I’m sure it will be fine, but I never do well with something new.
    Jenn recently posted…weekly wrap: 4.9 – 4.15My Profile

  35. That view is awesome! It’s good to get back to a weekly routine after taking some time off.
    Montana @ Pretty Lil Mudder recently posted…Iron Girl 1/2 Marathon Race Recap (Weekly Wrap #20)My Profile

  36. Your campground looks really pretty! And those medals look awesome! I would keep track of the weight so that way you can see if you improve. Congratulations on getting all three sets by yourself. That’s always a good feeling when you see progress!
    Tara @ Run and Live Happy recently posted…A Solid 13 Mile Run & The Rest of My WeekMy Profile

  37. Good job on only one rest day this week Tricia! Your campground looks absolutely stunning!! I can imagine how much fun it is to have over friends at the campfire in such a beautiful environment! I have been pretty good at lifting again. My body doesn’t feel good when I don’t lift – and neither does my running…:)
    Have a great week Tricia!!
    Ilka recently posted…My weekly Running Wrap – It was Shark Week!My Profile

  38. Wow that campground looks beautiful! I’d love to do some camping up by the lake in Michigan this summer!

  39. That sunset photo is beautiful! Congrats on seeing that improvement with your lifting πŸ™‚ I’ve been keeping up with the strength training but not really in any structured way and just do what I feel like that day so I don’t really have any way of tracking progress.
    Chaitali recently posted…Weekly ReviewMy Profile

  40. Cute medals. I really don’t lift, but this month my sister and I started this arm workout… I can only do 1 set, and by the time I’m finished I’m dying. I’m hoping to be able to get to 2 sets by the time the month is out.
    vicki recently posted…Vintage Park Half Marathon RecapMy Profile

  41. I am so jealous of your camping! We haven’t been since before I was pregnant, but we feel that our daughter is old enough to try out camping this summer. Way to go on your weight lifting! Arms can be so difficult and easy to neglect…especially as a runner!
    Emily Renteria recently posted…Weekly Wrap 4/9-4/15My Profile

  42. Great week with the weights and running! As always, I love all of your camping pics! That medal is prettt sweet as well 😜I will always be one to advocate measurable progress both in running and with weights! Keep up the hard work Chica!!! You rock!!
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