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New Plan - Day 1

Monday, January 23, 2017

The plan I had before was a good plan but just not for me. The last plan/challenge was too long and would have killed me. I still plan to use it but I need to get my body ready for all of that. I decided to break it down into groups:

Group 1 = Booty // plank // cardio
Group 2 = Core // plank // cardio
Group 3 = Upper body leg combo // plank // cardio

A group is a day and after 3 days I take a rest day. Im going to start out with 1 set 12 reps then 1 set 20 reps, 2 sets 12 reps, 2 sets 20 reps, 3 sets 12 reps, and then finally 3 sets of 20 reps. My last plan had me finish with 4 sets of 100 reps. I know! Big difference. I just got too excited and this time I got smart.

So I started the plan today and I just finished. With the planks I plan to track how long I stay up. Todays was pretty sorry. I put the stopwatch on my phone and did my plank but when I went to turn it off I hit the wrong button and cleared my time. I saw it for a split second and I think it was in the 40 seconds range but wasnt sure so I started over. I was already tired so my time was 17 seconds. Since tomorrow is core I think I might start with the plank. My goal is to get it to 3 minutes.

This week is going to be busy so I already know I wont make it to the gym. I usually only have them for around 30 hours but this time it will be around 55/60 hours. Their parents are going to a concert Thursday night but their mom is dropping them off around 1 because she has places to go before the concert. They are spending the night and shes working the next day so they'll be picked up Friday around 330. So with that said I will be tired but I still plan to exercise. This plan will only take me less than 5 minutes ( at first) so I should still be able to get things done.
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