Two Looks: Workin’ and Workin’ Out

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I’m a high school Math teacher, if you didn’t know. I don’t usually dress like a typical teacher (I’m talking about cat sweaters and white sneakers); I try to have some style most days, although pregnancy impedes that a little. It’s just too expensive to have an entire, cute maternity wardrobe. So I make do.

Today we learned about logarithms. πŸ™‚ I really like teaching this particular topic. Notice the overhead projector? I have officially started sitting down most days (as of last week)! My feet were swelling and starting to hurt after being on my feet for nearly 5 hours a day.

Overhead projector 4_23

And heeeere is what I wore today!

Front shot of outfit 4_23

Side shot of outfit 4_23

Dress: Old Navy maternity
Cardigan: Forever 21
Shoes: Shoe Style by Hush Puppies
Earrings and Necklace: Forever 21

Here are the shoes – They are tiny little heels, and they’re comfortable. My kids think they look like old-lady shoes.

Red shoes 4_23

After work, I went straight to the gym. It was a doozy today. My shoulders are KILLING me right now; I can’t imagine what tomorrow will feel like!

Strength

Using a 8-kg kettle bell, I did 5 strict presses per arm.
Using a 12-kg kettle bell, I did 5 step-ups per arm.
Then I repeated those two parts for 3 rounds.

Kettle bell from front 4_23

Kettlebell from side 4_23

Conditioning

We set the rower to the highest resistance, and I grabbed a 16-kg kettle bell.
There were 8 parts altogether:

1. Farmer’s Walk holding a 16-kg and a 12-kg kettle bell. At the other end of the room, I switched arms and walked back.
2. Step 1 took 44 seconds, so I had to row 220 meters.
3. Farmer’s Walk (same thing with the 12 and 16).
4. Step 3 took 32 seconds, so I had to row until I burned 32 calories.
5. Farmer’s Walk
6. Step 5 took 31 seconds, so I had to row 310 meters.
7. Farmer’s Walk
8. TOTAL TIME for the 4 Farmer’s Walks was 4 minutes, 14 seconds. So, I had to do as many Farmer’s Walks as possible in 4 minutes, 14 seconds.

I completed 6.5 rounds.

Needless to say, my shoulders are on fire. Typing this post right now is painful! Thanks a lot, Chris.

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9 responses »

  1. Wow you do an intense workout! I barely worked out at all when I was pregnant, I was so lazy! Thanks for linking up with the comment promise hop! πŸ™‚

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  2. Adorable outfit! And good for you for continuing to work-out even while pregnant!

    Visiting from Comment Promise Hop from You Just Can’t Google Everything:)

    Cheers,
    Alyson

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  3. travels with mary

    I am so impressed– I don’t kettlebell and I’m not even pregnant! also I’m so excited to find another teacher-blogger, I stopped by from the “Comment Promise” hop but I’m excited to check out your blog!

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  4. Aww your baby bump is so cute and stylish πŸ™‚ Good for you mama for working out. I know I was completely lazy while pregnant haha! Good luck on the rest of your pregnancy! Coming from the Comment Promise hop.

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  5. Great outfit and way to keep in shape! Such an inspiration.

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  6. You look great! I couldnt imagine doing that work out when I was pregnant. That was the last thing I wanted to do haha

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  7. Stopping by from comment hop! Congrats on your pregnancy, I noticed you live in the D.C area, my hubby and I just moved to Fredericksburg so not to far away! Congrats again on the little one on the way!

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