I started a new lifting cycle last night. This cycle will last for 9 weeks, lifting just twice per week. Each workout is a full-body workout, unlike the last cycle. The primary purpose of this cycle is to maintain strength while droping body fat.
Last night started with dumbbell snatches. I had never done snatches before, and I warmed up with light weights until I got comfortable with the movement. By the time I got the lift down, I was really enjoying them. After that, I did some squats and step-ups for my legs, some bent-over rows and incline bench presses for my upper body, and then woodchops and 3-point planks for my core. It was a fairly quick and hard workout.
This morning, I went out for a snowshoe run before work. For the first time this year, a common 4-mile loop that I use was in "fast" shape. The loop was mostly icy or a crust over compacted snow, and I finished the loop in under an hour for the first time this season.
Tonight, I'll do some treadmill interval work - short and hard.
Later tonight, a 2-day snowstorm will start. I should still be able to do a snowshoe run tomorrow morning, but tomorrow night's workout might be running the snowblower rather than lifting. Total accumulations from the storm should range from 6"-14", and the ski resorts may see more than that.