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Back to doing the 30 Day Shred

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Ouch! Ouch! Ouch! I am feeling that workout in my legs! I am on day 2 today and according to my heart monitor, I did not work out as hard as I did yesterday. That surprised me because it felt like the same intensity, but I think being familiar with the routine helped make it seem easier.

I debated doing the workout again today because my legs are a bit sore from yesterday's workout. It is normal for me not to be sore the day after, but the second day is another story.
I'll see what tomorrow brings. But it felt good to do a different type of workout. I like this DVD of Jillian's, mainly because it is one that I actually follow along and stick with it for more than a couple of workouts.

I dislike the workouts that have a lot of fancy steps in the cardio, I can never get the moves right. Jillian does not have that in the 30 Day Shred and so I can actually do the cardio segment with tripping over my feet. Perhaps I shouldn't have skipped the dance classes in high school. hahahaha


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RHEYNKLW 11/1/2012 12:56PM

    Another 30DS lover, here! You are so right about Jillian's cardio -- no dance skills (or sense of rhythm, for that matter!) necessary., which means just about anyone can do it.

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LIV2RIDE 10/27/2012 9:29PM

    30 day shred is a great DVD. I love her workouts. Great job!

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KES74754 10/27/2012 6:56PM

  I just did the Shred yesterday, I like it but I hate all the jumping. I agree I hate all the steps in some of those videos because I worry too much if I am on the right foot. It gets annoying.

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