Reverse it.

Blog fail. I meant to update you guys last night, but I was busy cooking!(Yes, you heard saw that right.)

I’m going to do things a little backwards today because I’m a little bit backwards in general.


Yesterday afternoon, I should have had a class at 2:20 and another at 6. After the gym and doing some work, I decided that a hike seemed much more fitting. I was right.

I hiked this mountain on Sunday morning, and the weather was so perfect yesterday, that I thought I should go again. I pushed myself hard and was sweating like Mike Tyson in a spelling bee. I didn’t time myself, but wish I would have because I’m pretty sure I shaved off at least 3-4 minutes from the day before.

When I got to the top, I sat there and just relaxed for a good 20 minutes. It was so nice up there and I didn’t have a care in the world. I contemplated not even coming down, but realized I had no food, so that was out of the question.

At one point, a police helicopter came by and was probably a good 30-40 yards away just hanging out and waving so people could take pictures. It was actually pretty cool. Thank you hard working tax dollars 🙂


Meals were pretty much the same as every other day. The only difference was that I had coconut oil with tuna at one point…and other than that it was pretty normal. I’ll post today’s eats because they are a little different.

Like I said earlier, I pulled a Martha Stewart and started cooking last night (while I should have been in class.) I made steamed Kale, Asparagus, a shlot of green beans(seriously like pounds of them), and 2.5 pounds of chicken with salt free fajita(pronounced fa-jy-ta) seasonings. It smelled good, hopefully it tastes good to.

That doesn’t seem like much cooking now that I wrote it out, but I had 4 pots going at once and coming from a girl who just learned to use a microwave a year ago, this is good.(Kidding of course, it was 6 months ago.)


Shoulders and Bicep Destruction. Hoo-ah!

Standing Barbell Military Press:

50lb x 15   50lb x 15   60lb x 6 —>40lb x 6 (that means a drop set)  50lb x 10

DB Lateral Raises:

15×15   15×12   20×8   20×6–>12×10

Seated DB Miltary:

25×12   25×12   25×12   30×8–>15×8

Rear Delt Raise:

15×12   15×12   15×12  

DB Bicep Curls:

20×15   25×6–>20×6     25×6–>20×6   25×6–>20×6

Incline Bicep Curls:

15×8   15×8

Preacher Curls with Resistance(had someone pulling resistance throughout each rep)

2 sets at 25lbx8

2 sets of 21’s with 10 lb DB’s

Cardio: 30 min. stepmill, 15 min. elliptical, Hike


Are you still with me? If you are, God bless you. Thought you might like seeing the weights/reps I use. I did a lot of super sets too, so the military press and lateral raises were supersetted, along with a few other things.

Hoping to get some videos out soon, I didn’t forget. And a Sedona recap should be ready within a day or two. Still waiting on pictures/video. The video is worth the wait,  I assure you. Although, you may look at me in a whole new light haha. (Get your minds out of the gutter, not that kind of video.)




  1. Courtney says:

    I love reading about your reps/weights for your workouts…the new format for your blog is sweeet! And sweating like Mike Tyson in a spelling bee??? HAAAAAAAAAAA

    Adventures in Tri-ing

  2. ana says:

    hey lizzzy just checking in with you prep is going goood!!! HAppy tuesday girly!

  3. I know what you mean. When we reach the top I always ask my bf if we can just stay up there. I love it.

  4. Tricia says:

    Wow, two mountain hikes in a week. Thats great!

  5. jeimayprovy says:

    Your workouts are so beasty haha I love it! Can’t wait to see videos of the different moves and the video from Sedona 🙂

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