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BLC22 Day 1

Wednesday, June 05, 2013

So didn't get off to a good start this morning as hubby was difficult to wake up and then I kept having to be after him so he could get his workout in (which he managed to run out of time for). Add in youngest needing help getting ready for speech and I ran out of time for my scheduled workout so I decided to check out the new apps I got for my phone that are going to train me up to do 50 push-ups (why oh why wasn't there a 20 push-up option???), 100 sit-ups, and 100 squats.

Today I did the assessment and first days workout. I'm supposed to rest at least a day in between which is fine as I'm planning on doing these on my cardio only days and then regular strength training with my dvds on the other days. We'll see how that goes.

So today I did:
Push-ups: 3, 3, 5, 3 with 45sec rest between

Sit-ups: 10, 10, 12, 8, 8 with 60 sec rest between (I did jumping jacks for the second and 4th of those rest breaks and found that after 13 jacks, my knee would tell me I was done so I would switch to one-legged jacks to finish out the 60sec and a 20sec plank during the 3rd break)

Squats: 10, 10, 12, 8, 8 with 60sec rest between although I figured out how to shorted those breaks so I did.

Also completed Day 3 of BL Power Walk DVD so walk 1. Dinners for the next several days have been put in the tracker so I'm feeling good to go!
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    I hate squats....but I really need to back doing them....but yucky...Lol...I'm trying to work on . Push ups....but honestly can tell u...50 isn't my goal.... emoticon emoticon
    2980 days ago
    i think yopu are doing great gena love,keep up the good work.it will be great keeping in regular contact again.you can do this, emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2981 days ago
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