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A little bit of strength today creates the muscles of tommorow

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

I think I have found something that is starting to work for me. I haven't been watching my diet but trying to just get into a workout routine. I have been doing it three or more days a week for the past three weeks. I get up in the morning before I start my day, turn on my wii and dance like a maniac to the dance game Just Dance 3. So far, I am down 7 pounds. My brother also told me about this site called Bodbot.com. It's a free website that gives you strength training workouts. If you don't have a gym, that's okay- they give you exercises that work with just your own body weight. I did one today, and phew! It's a workout for sure. There was one I couldn't even do, but it allows you to switch one exercise for another that works out the same group of muscles. I am pretty proud because I went above what it required on one exercise- the hip thrust- I did double.

I am going to be posting here what I did as Sparkpeople has no strength thing like the cardio thing (as far as I know).

Today I did:
3X30 second quadrupled planks
3x8 Bodyweight Tricep Extensions-Wall
6x12 Hip Thrusts- Two Leg
3x8 Girl Pushups

Boy oh boy, I forgot I had these muscles- espesialy triceps. Phew. Gotta keep at it though- I wished on a star for some serious motivation and so far it isn't failing me. I think if I push a little bit everyday, I am going to see the results I desire. I just have to close my eyes and I'll be there before I even realize.
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    Sounds like a great workout!
    1978 days ago
    SP lets you track your strength exercises as well as Cardio. Just type "plank" and it lets you chose different kind of planking exercises and put in your sets and reps . Thought I would let you know so you can get your points for your exercises. :)
    1988 days ago
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