All I have to add is that I too love Kelly Coffey-Meyer. I didn't know who she was until about 6 months ago and that's only because someone here on spark mentioned her name on the message board. I think she and her workouts are underrated, fun, challenging and I love that her workouts are only 30 minutes long (although you can combine them to make them longer).
You know what's NOT pathetic - that you've started exercising and instead of saying "this is hard and I hurt, so I quit", you're saying "I've gotten out of shape - time to fix it!" That's something to be proud of!
Do something everyday that your future self will thank you for.
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5/13/13 1:18 P
But please don't feel you have to do the whole video at once. Find a stopping place every 8-10 minutes and pause it. Just walk around the room a bit and then do 5 minutes off stretching. Repeat....you'll have 45 fitness minutes and you probably won't be so sore!
~Pamela lives in Fulton, Missouri.
I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. My help cometh from The Lord, which made heaven and earth. Psalm 121:1,2
BLC 28 - RESOLUTE about learning to follow a healthy food plan despite using a food bank. RENEGADE about eating after 9:00pm and about sitting more than one hour without at least 5 minutes of stretching and moving around the house.
5/13/13 12:52 P
So, I discovered this new coach on Amazon - Kelly Coffey-Meyer. She makes great non-nonsense strength training videos, very challenging and thorough (and she's way less annoying than... some other popular instructors). During the week I rarely have the time for 40-45 min videos, so I decided to give it a try on Saturday. Yesterday I was sore. Today I can barely walk and my triceps are screaming. Getting old and out of shape I guess. I am going to buy all her 30-min to fitness videos and do them at least 2-3 times a week to turn back the clock. This is pathetic.
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