Tuesday I worked out with my trainer, and it was a super fast workout - only 20 minutes. I burned less than 200 calories and felt like it was kind of a "weak" workout. I was pleasantly surprised when I woke up the next morning and my chest was sore! Far more effective than I had thought it would be. For the first round of moves she had me do a chest press followed by a chest fly (both moves counted as 1) and incline pushups. Round 2 was bicep curls with dumbbells touching. and then a standing tricep extension with a twist at the end. Round 3 seated cable machine pull down, and supermans. I did each round 3 times, and that was it.
Yesterday I worked out with my coworker, who also trains with my trainer. We did one of our trainer's workouts that was texted to me when we had to cancel our session. You start with 5 minutes on any cardio machine of your choice, hop off and do 60 mountain climbers, get back on the machine for 5 minutes, hop off and do 50 mountain climbers, get back on the machine for 5 minutes and each time you hop off the machine to do mountain climbers you reduce the amount by 10 until you reach 20 mountain climbers, then you get back on the machine for 5 more minutes and you can either repeat the exercise, or just stop at that point - which is what we did. Once we were finished I did 20 pushups, 10 supermans, and 20 V sit-ups. My heart rate was out of control, and I ended up working out around 60 minutes, and burned 739 calories, it was crazy!
Today was a leg circuit with my trainer. It was not my favorite haha! I started with alternating lunges while holding weights, deep squats, full situps with feet elevated, sumo squats with a weight, alternating lunges on a BOSU, and alternating jumping lunges with a pop squat at the end. I ended up doing all of those moves a total of 3 times, and it was tough. The last move was definitely the hardest out of all of them.
I will be meeting with her tomorrow before work, and I'm thinking it will be a good workout. My quads are already feeling sore, so I'm not sure if they will feel sore tomorrow, or already be on the mend by the time I wake up from sleep.