I just started crossfit - went to an open house last Saturday and loved every minute of it! Until the next day when i could barely move LOL - thought on it for a week and went back yesterday and signed up! Got to try to work around my kids schedules with school coming up but I am going to try to make it 2 days during the week and then the team tabata workouts on Saturdays. Coaching a group of girls in couch to 5k during the week 2 times a week also plus I am going to try to get back to my morning jogs. I am looking forward to getting to know everyone at our box.
Angie aka WortheyMom Central Time
Pounds lost: 10.3
Fitness Minutes: (330) Posts: 3 7/31/13 1:22 P
I do three days a week and 1 day will work with my beloved core & balance trainer of 5 years - he kind of fills in the gaps. At 56, I found I really need a rest day in between. I just can't quite handle the three days on/one day off. I need the recovery time.
Lady Di from the Land of Lincoln
Fitness Minutes: (78,443) Posts: 2,466 7/15/12 9:04 A
I go in 3 times a week and work out at home for the rest (am fortunate to have access to most gym equipment- just not people). I try to keep Friday as my rest day, but it's an active recovery day- I live on a horse farm. Right now we are haying- for the first time, I didn't go in before/after haying. I realized it was *enough*.
(3) days a week with days of cardio only in between is my current schedule! I make sure I do some activity on the weekend with one day of rest. I do the extra cardio only because I have alot of extra fat to BURN!
"No one's ever drowned in sweat......."
Fitness Minutes: (1,708) Posts: 1 7/2/12 9:00 A
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