The week started with a snowstorm and ended with a snow storm. At least there were two sunny days in the middle and I got in one good run.
Sunday Elliptical 60 minutes
yoga 60 minutes
24 minute HIIT
Monday Elliptical 63 minutes
yoga 45 minutes
24 minute HIIT
Tuesday REST DAY
Wednesday Rest day
Thursday 8 mile run with hill repeats x4 and 2 miles of telephone pole intervals
yoga 40 minutes
HIIT workout 24 minutes
Friday yoga 30 minutes
Saturday Elliptical 65 minutes
Running 1 8 miles, this was more weather related than anything, blizzards kept me inside.
Elliptical 188 minutes
I did get in a grand total of 41 miles for the month. I think I would have got closer to 70 if the month hadn't been so cold, snowy, windy, and blizzardy. Not the best month ever for running. So glad I am not training for anything in particular right now.
I was sent the Evofit Enso roller recently to review, actually it's the ensō roller, but I have no idea how to make that line above the o, so I had to copy and paste. I was a little intimidated by it at first, but quickly realised it is actually very easy to adjust and configure to roll on different body parts.
The ensō roller, comes with a 13" aluminum tube and 8 discs, four 5" discs and four 4.5" discs.
They also have a great guide on their website on setting it up and rolling with it if you spill coffee on yours.
I love being able to make a space for my spine, I tend to roll my upper back quite a bit, and found this amazing.
You can also take off all the discs and just use the tube to roll areas like calves and quads, or add a few discs to make the rolling more intense.
The roller costs $89 or a smaller travel size with only 6 discs is $69, but if you roll a lot, this is worth it.
To sum it all up:
- adjustable to better roll any body part
- light, just 2.13 lbs
- versatile for any body part
- customizable design to avoid bony areas