Day 1 - 30 Day 300 Ab Challenge

Monday, June 18, 2012

I've decided to start giving myself 30 day challenges, and I'm going to be blogging about it the whole time! Hopefully that way I can keep myself motivated. Since my abs are my current target area, it only makes sense to do an Ab Challenge.


Day 1

I felt the most strain with the In-N-Outs; fortunately, it only got a little easier as I pushed myself. I had to take 30s-1m breaks between each set, and sometimes half way through a set. I found the Hip Butt ups to be a little difficult at first; same with the Heals to the Heavens. I think I figured it out half way through each set though. By far, the most difficult work out was the Roll-Up V-Ups. I thought about only doing 10 or 15 reps, but I pushed! No idea if I did this correctly, and it seemed to get worse as I went, but I did 25! I found the last two to be my favourite. Leg Climbers took me a few times to get right, but it was fun once I got it. I didn't notice as much of strain on my abs for this one, but I definitely felt it with the Kayakers.

I did the recommended stretches right after, as well as a Hip Flexor Stretch.


I felt tired after, but I also felt great! I finished my work out with a 30 min 5km jog, followed by more stretches.

I'm not too sure if I'm looking forward to Day 2... the Ab challenge took me about 30 min, and I for sure found it challenging.. but I'm gonna keep pushing!!

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    I'm getting ready to start this with my daughter tomorrow. I know I am going to be sore for a few days, but I can't wait to see what kind of results I can get!
    1917 days ago
    I just started this yesterday, too! I had a pretty hard time with it.. could barely finish the whole thing and I DID cheat on some and only do 20.. but I did at least 20 of each move.. and my abs are feeling it today! Day 2 will be done tonight when I get home from work. Keep on going!
    1947 days ago
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