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I'm a wreck, my workout is almost nonexistent.
We live each day with the thought of a better tomorrow so lets make all of our tomorrows healthier and fulfilling.
This is my plan:
Monday - strength training
Tuesday - cardio
Wednesday - strength training
Thursday - cardio
Friday - Strength training
Saturday/Sunday - cardio and rest
I already have, I already am because of Jesus!!!
I like to mix it up a bit so I have something different to look forward to. I'm also a bit of a class geek and I like to try new ones, but this is the schedule I've been maintaining the past few weeks:
Monday: treadmill or outside
Tuesday: DVD or gym, depending on time
Wednesday: Zumba class
Thursday: treadmill or outside walk
Friday: Zumba class
Saturday: kickboxing class
I also do the bootcamp videos everyday for strength training - I'll have to increase that as I go, but it's a start. I like to add yoga in where I can, as well.
"Keep the promises you make to yourself."
Here's my workout plan:
Sunday: Lite Workout
Monday: Strength training & Cardio
Thursday: Strength Training & Cardio
Saturday: Strength Training & Cardio
If I schedule my workouts, then I know I have an obligation to meet! Also, I vary cardio workouts in order to trick my body as well as changing my strength training every month! This helps to break a plateau!
Phil. 4:13 I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me!
No one can do what you are called to do, but you!
Great works are performed not by strength but by perserverance. - Samuel Johnson
different types of cardio and weights
Haven't been really on track lately. Need to get back into the gym. Gonna start today - cardio and weights for me.
well the goal is just 1 lb a week...the extra .5 would be okay but it's not necessary - sorry if that was unclear :).
when i put it into the calculator it worked out to over 3500 cal a week deficite - so that should be at least a pound?
Ok so I'm a bit skeptical that you'll get to 1.5 pounds a week without putting in more workout time and less calories. Run the numbers in the nutrition and fitness calculators and see if you get the 5250 calories you need. Try it and make adjustments as you go. Each week you'll learn something new that will help you. Keep us posted.
oh right! the nutrition part would help huh? i'm at a 1700 cal diet. it's super easy for me to maintain and i don't feel deprived or hungry which will help me keep on it!
Hard to say how the plan will work for 1-2 lbs out of context of the nutrition part. I think the key is that you are doing exersise that you like to do and will do.
I vary my workout but basically here's the schedule:
monday - stationary bike (60-90 min)
Tues - jogging (60-90 min)
Wed - yoga and weights
Thur - either jogging or bike
Fri - hiking 2.5 hours
Sat - yoga
Sun - stepper and weights
I JOINED BALLY'S SO I GOT A GENERAL IDEA OF THE EXERCISE PLAN FROM THE TRAINER. HOWEVER, SP HAS GREAT RESOURCES TO HELP YOU PUT TOGETHER A PLAN.
Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought with a price. Therefore, honor God with your body.
1 Cor. 6: 19-20
So I'm working on getting together a great work-out plan. I'd like to loose 1 to 2 lbs a week and I understand the math to it....so I'm thinking about this as my workout:
Monday/Tuesday OFF (grad school eliminates these days)
Wednesday Swimming for 1 hour
Tuesday Elliptical/Treadmill 45 min with strength training
Friday 40 minute walk - tread or outside with strength training
Saturday Swimming for 1 hour
How do YOU plan your workout?