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Sore!! What am I training for??

Thursday, January 06, 2011

Boy am I sore today! I am back in the swing of working out. Awhile back my mom gave me a core performance workout book, I flipped through it a few times and it focusing on working out your core, flexibility and balance. It's a 12 week program so I figured why not? So I started that and Jillian Michaels 'Making the Cut'. I've been throwing in an odd workout DVD and bike ride, but I feel like I am in training for something.. I just don't know what. I would like yo run 5K in the next few months. But I need something else to work towards... my town doesn't have a rec center, swimming pool or anything that I am sign up for so I am feeling a little lost!

4/7 Eat 3-5 servings of fruit and veggies
4/7 serving of soybeans, legumes, etc
4/7 half hour workoout
4/7 10 glasses of water

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KTNEWJOURNEY 1/6/2011 4:56PM

    That's awesome that you are jumping in so strongly! Are you looking for another cardio goal or something that has to do with the strength side?

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KTKATRINK 1/6/2011 3:00PM

    If you have the goal of a 5K, you could also train for a mudrun. They tend to be 3-5 miles with obstacles in them. That way you don't only focus on being able to run, but you have a focus for strength training as well.

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22JAMIE 1/6/2011 1:56PM

    wow your really jumping back into it!! I'm sure that it helped that you stayed so active throughout your pregnancy. emoticon

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GRAMCARM 1/6/2011 1:41PM

I think you've got a good routine started. Join all the teams that pertain to you so you can receive suggestions from various members. Plus the blogs keep me motivated. Love the baby pic. Have a wnderful day!


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