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Workout Shake Up

Wednesday, October 03, 2012

This is another Spark Coach challenge. I am going to shake up my work outs by doing twenty hours of Callenetics in the next 10 weeks (December 12). I have used these videos before (Callenetics and SuperCallenetics) with really good results, but it has been probably 6 months. So this will be a good Shake Up.

I am also doing the 5K Walk/Run training program to prepare for the Halloween Trot. I did this once before too. I am glad that I can see myself well a head of where I started last time, so not all the fitness I got from that went to pot! I keep up a regular walking program, but this has been fun to add a little variety.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
WAIKATOKAT 10/7/2012 3:56PM

    I love the 5K training programme. It really makes me feel like I am moving forward with my training. I'll have to google Callenetics; love hearing about new training ideas. Thanks for sharing.

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KPETSCHE 10/4/2012 12:16AM

    I'm doing the Halloween trot also. I'm interested in learning more about callenetics - is there some place that I can go to for research on this exercise ?

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SMOOCHIESMOMMY2 10/3/2012 8:09PM

    Way to Go! I decided today that I wanted to shake things up as well to keep my body guessing. emoticon emoticon

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TONYVAND1 10/3/2012 3:16PM

  Way to shake it up. just like we were told at Spark Coach. Keep us informed on how it is going.

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    Your exercise is great. The callenetics is a great workout. Good luck with the virtual 5K!

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MENNOLY 10/3/2012 10:34AM

    emoticon Shaking up your program keeps you engaged! Good luck on doing the virtual race. Maybe we will meet up there.

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