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Now that the whining is done - help me make a plan

Sunday, June 30, 2013

So starting tomorrow I need to have a new plan (I promise I'm not playing the "tomorrow" game - We just have a fathers day party at my mas today and tomorrow is the 1st). So I need your help making a plan. I tend to come up with too many ideas and then get way worn out way quick. DOMS for 4 days makes it tough to stay on track - know what I mean.

So, I have the Warrior Dash in September so I know I need to run. Also should probably do some strength training to get ready for it. So, here is what I have available.

C25k running program
Kettlebells - Live Fit Nation free program
New Rules of Lifting for Women
100 pushup challenge
popsicle sticks with 1-2 minute exercises

So, team, what do you think would fit best and make my goals happen?
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    Good luck coming up with your new July plan. emoticon
    But while you're busy figuring out your fitness goals, don't forget to come up with a nutrition plan too. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1721 days ago
    emoticon My best advice would be to Keep It Simple and make the Basis of your Program something that you Truly Enjoy. If you Love doing it, you are Much More Likely to stick to it.
    emoticon Work Hard & Have Fun.
    1724 days ago
    I'm working on the 100 push ups too. I like your idea of the popsicle sticks. Good luck in whatever you choose. I'm not a runner so I'm not sure what would help with that.
    1725 days ago
    Definitely C25K. And one other one, not sure what a couple of the ones listed are. Good luck, you can do it. One day at a time, one meal at a time!
    1725 days ago
    I like the kettlebells program. I have the same problem with longevity. Good luck with any program you choose!
    1725 days ago
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