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23rd Apr Jump Rope & Spring Into Shape - Back To Normal Routine :)

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

I felt much better after 2 full days rest (and it was weekend so no stress from work, hehe). But still dizzy and a slight uncomfort with my throat and a bit feverish, I think from the heat when I drove back home - the car was parked at full-expose area so the inner was oven-hot and it also still too hot on my way back, the air-con thankfully helped to cool down a bit. So, for Spring Into Shape Challenge (SIS) workouts, I did most of the exercises at half repetitions. Even my jump rope speed was decreased, the first two 1-min interval were less than 120 jumps (my minimum jumps per minute).

Lately, our family have fishes for dinners and lunches and those fishes are so fresh and delicious, mmmm. Even if just grilled or fried! I love live in this state where we can get lots of fresh sea products at cheap prices :D

My workout on Monday, 23rd April 2012:
1. Morning, 4-min, Quickies
# 10 sets of Forward Lunges (1 rep) + Side Lunges (1 rep) + Reverse Lunges (1 rep) + High Knee (1 rep). So, it's like this. Forward lunge then side lunge then reverse lunge and end with raise one knee up. Alternate legs till get 10 sets.

2. Night, 19-min (actual was 18 min, Jump Rope and SIS Day 2 and Day 3
- 1-min, Jump Rope, 103 normal jumps

- 5:44, SIS Day 2 Crunchless Core Workout (no stretches)

- 1-min, Jump Rope, 83 normal jumps

- 2:01, SIS Day 3 Hips, Glutes and Thighs Workout

- 1-min, Jump Rope, 123 normal jumps

- 2-min, Jump Rope, 240 jumps
# 15s, 40 normal jumps then pause
# 1:26, 200 normal jumps

- 3:15 cool down and 3-min stretches

Total minute = 4 + 19 = 23 minutes
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