When’s the last time you did a workout without your phone? No matter if I’m at the gym or out on a run or at home, it’s always with me it seems. Kind of like my workout sidekick, in fact. Here’s some proof:
And because I’m not always that coordinated — and have been known to drop a phone or tablet a time or two (oops!) — I am loving Gorilla Glass 4 that provides added protection from drops and accidents to your phones and devices when you’re on the go. (If only they made wine glasses out of the stuff — could have used that this weekend.)
And, boy, oh, boy have my workouts been on the go lately. I’ve gotten into more of a pattern now that the little Fit Bottomed Baby is a bit older (6 months!), but my workouts are kind of here, there and everywhere. Here’s what my workout routine looks like of late!
My Workout Routine
Tuesday: Active recovery. I’m usually a bit sore from Monday, so I might stretch, do a little yoga or go for a walk.
Wednesday: It’s all about the weather. If it’s good, I’ll go for a run (2 to 3 miles). If it’s not, I’ll do a home workout from a fitness app or a workout DVD.
Thursday: A little yoga and/or a longer walk.
Friday: Back to the Fit Pit over lunch for another intense workout.
Saturday: All depends on how I feel. Maybe an active recovery day with just a short walk or maybe an easy run. For either, you know I bring my phone and its tunes! (And how many times have I dropped my phone while running? Don’t ask because it’s embarrassing. Again, why Gorilla Glass 4 is so darn brilliant.)
Sunday: The husband and I go to the gym again for its Sunday class, which is usually a bit longer and more cardio-based than the weekday classes. Here’s a typical Sunday workout:
It’s a full challenging week, but it works for me because it’s really adaptable to how I’m feeling and how I’m recovering. Which, seeing that the little one isn’t always sleeping well — and therefore neither am I — it’s nice to have all those active recovery days worked in. That way I can really push it when I feel like it, and ease off when my body needs more rest. And my phone or tablet is there with me the whole time.
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What’s your workout routine like lately? And how do you protect your mobile device during your workout? Corning Gorilla Glass 4 has been used on nearly 4 billion devices from 40 major brands. Is it on yours? Click here to find out. —Jenn
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Corning Gorilla Glass. The opinions and text are all mine.