Core de Force, day 9

Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Today was another round of Power Sculpt, 37 minutes of floor work and foot work, cardio and strength. It's hard to describe these workouts, but a simple Google search will turn up plenty of YouTube sneak peeks if you're interested.

I don't have quite as much upper body muscle fatigue today, but my thighs are very heavy feeling. I think adding a little more protein yesterday helped.

I only said bad things about the trainers in today's video a couple of times. Also an improvement. emoticon I doubt we'll ever be friends.

I forgot to bring a towel to my workout area, so I was doing plenty of mopping up after I was finished.

My pushup form has improved slightly. My right shoulder is weaker than my left one, and I struggle against the fear of re-injuring it, so pushups are definitely a challenge for me. I'm taking it easy and not rushing myself. My form and confidence will grow, I know.

Today's workout was only 37 minutes, which, after yesterday's, felt like a break. hahaha

I really appreciate the encouragement I'm getting from all my cheerleaders! Thank y'all! emoticon

Note: Core de Force is a BeachBody program. If you have questions, I know an independent BB coach who can answer questions, give you guidance, and help you order what you need. (She is NOT into the hard sell, just wants to help others succeed.) Holler and I'll hook you up with her.
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  • no profile photo CD4688576
    I always forget to bring a towel and end up just taking off my shirt and using that. I need to remember to just put a towel in my workout room the night before!

    Today is my Plyo day and then tomorrow, I will be taking an active recovery day so I can push the restart button for round 2!
    1307 days ago
  • QUINNY2016
    Your dedication will pay off! You are doing a great job!
    1307 days ago
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