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Lyla's 7 month birthday and SUPER fun day




Today has been such a perfect day. I woke up and actually went surfing!! It has been way over a year since I have paddled out. I thought today would be a great way to celebrate Lyla's 7 month. We took some cute photos of her. Ben was actually able to get a picture of me on a wave.

After I got home I was so pumped up that I did a fun kettlebell workout. If you have time try this one. Here is the workout.

Single Leg Deadlift with 2 12kg's 8x per side
Windmills 12kg 3x per side
Swing to Head 12kg 10x
Swings to Chest 12kg 10x
Swings to Belly 12kg 10x

Rest 1 minute Repeat 3 times

Push-ups on Kettlebells 10x
Clean, Squat, Press 12kg 6x per side
One Arm Rows 12kg 10x per side
Snatches 12kg 10x per side

Rest 1 minute repeat 3 times

Moving Plank 4 on each side
Medicine Ball Twists 20

No rest and repeat 3 times

Comments

Anonymous said…
Happy 7 month Bday to Lyla..she is so cute! Great shot of you surfing!
Lauren Brooks said…
Thanks Regina!!! 8-)
Ranzige Bunzing said…
The pic with the hat on the beach is great! What a beaut!

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