For me, it's crucial to keep an extra positive mindset on the third day of the week. Otherwise I risk falling into a slump. Below, a few items to help keep your Bluesday at bay!
(this may or may not be my life motto)
An interview on Move Your Booty with one of my favorite SoulCycle instructors, Charlee. I first took her class in January when she was new on the scene. Now she has such a following that I have to fight to get a bike in her class! She is wildly inspiring and I have an insane girl crush on her. Look for her in an upcoming issue of Fitness magazine. What a star!
Food for thought: "A workout should be a worship, not a punishment." Words of wisdom from the spin studio. I truly learn some of the best life lessons on the bike. I know it's very easy for us girls to say, "I feel fat; I need to workout" or "I ate too much... Off to the gym." The truth is that I cringe whenever my friends/sisters/family members say anything in this vein but I am guilty of it too. No more. I'm going to commend my body for its strength, not ridicule it for its big appetite.
Anyone else experience Bluesday?