Not only did we have to fearlessly hop the fence at Teddy Roosevelt High School, but I also did a “ladder workout” that synced perfectly with our climb-themed event.I get my track workouts from the DC Road Runners track workouts page. Today I did this little gem: 1×2000, 1×1600, 1×1200, 1×800, 1×400 with a 400m recovery lap between each. In common man’s terms: 5 laps, 4 laps, 3 laps, two laps, one lap. With one lap jogging/walking in between. My favorite was the last 400 because 1) it was the last lap! and 2) because it was so short, I got to sprint!
In addition to athletics, lately I’ve really been into the arts. Last night Leah and I went to the Corcoran Gallery for their “Corcoran Uncorked” event, which is scheduled every Wednesday. The galleries stay open until 9 p.m. and they have signature cocktails, beer, and wine. Plus free guided tours and fun music. A show, a tour, and a drink for $15? Pretty cool if you ask me.
My favorite exhibit was about DC in the 1980s. Did you know that the straight edge movement began in DC?
Our tour guide was very funny and kept asking us how we felt about a bunch of spring-themed paintings and what we thought the paintings represented. Pretty deep stuff, you guys.And lastly, let me introduce a new member of the (soon-to-be) Lambkin family: Tabby the Tablet. Anthony went tech-crazy and bought one! Anthony I hope you’re okay that I just named your tablet right now.What a beautiful family.
- Have you ever done ladder workouts?
- Favorite tech gadget you own?
- When was the last time you went to an art museum?
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