So how is your quarantine going? Mine is actually going pretty well believe it or now. I am crossing so many things off my “To Do Eventually” list, moving more throughout my day, and feeling overall more relaxed (you know, when I’m not thinking about the news and current events and future…). One day at a time everybody!Continue reading
Category Archives: circuits
train it tuesday trx & squats
This week’s work out includes the use of a TRX suspension system, or you can use gymnastics rings. You need some kind of suspension for rows or ring rows, where you hold on to the grips and pull your body up to the grips/handles/rings. It’s always a bonus to add a second pause at the top of the pull. Try it for yourself!
train it tuesday!
I’ve been neglecting you.
It’s not you.
sweat and sweet
Yesterday was just one of the many weekend days I spend just hanging out and doing whatever comes to mind. No schedule, no limiting obligations, no commitments… it is so nice to have days and weekends like that. This is my last weekend to have such an agenda–rather lack of agenda since classes resume on Tuesday to kick off the spring semester. As my last free weekend, I decided to do a home workout and make sweet potato chips to enjoy.
get out of your workout rut
It is so beyond important to mix up your workout. I am guilty as charged for just going to the gym, doing the elliptical for an hour, then a few assisted weight machines. Snore! My body is bored! I am so grateful that I got P90X3 for Christmas! I have completed 6 days of the workouts and am already loving it! I love the challenge and my body is thankful for something new. Continue reading
a belly full of…aches
As I sit here, I feel my aching stomach contemplating the week of indulgences I have succumbed to. Asking myself, “what happened? Where did my will power go?” I am writing this, not only for myself, but for all of you that are dealing with the all too familiar aftermath of Thanksgiving. Continue reading
back in action
Greetings everyone! It has been a long time and I am in blog withdrawal. Over the past weeks I have been traveling across the state of Texas back to Colorado in preparation for the beginning of classes again. It has been a great summer and these past weeks have been a perfect finale to the whole ordeal. I have a lot to catch up on with my trip, activities, recipes, and even some loose ends to tie before I even left Texas. So here goes nothing… Continue reading
kick-start circuit series:rotation six
Yesterday was a good day. I received my Liveashore workout tank in the mail, had a day full of great snacks, and filled with kick-butt workouts! It all began with my morning run as I continue training for my half-marathon(s). I have just been running 6-8 miles a week since I have not registered for any halfs yet, and Jessi’s is in all the way in May. It has been really hot here in Houston, so I learned to listen to my body and heart and slow it down. Continue reading
kick-start circuit series: rotation five
I have almost given you all of my morning wake-up workouts! After this one, just one more to go! If you happened to miss the the other four, check them out!
Notice that this rotation is repeated four times (the others were usually three). This is because when I did this circuit only three times, it took me six minutes and burnt 20 calories (*based on my body and level of exertion). Maybe I just was not feeling “it” this morning, but my heart rate stayed pretty low. If this is the case with you as well, do my recommended four repetitions. As always though, listen to your body. You know it best. Continue reading
kick-start circuit series: rotation four
Good evening everyone! I hope your Sunday has been nice and relaxing. If today was your “rest” day, get ready to kick back into gear with my circuit series tomorrow because here is rotation four!
Rotation four took about 12 minutes to complete and burnt about 60 calories (*time and calories burnt are based off of my body and level of exertion). And YES, I know I spelled “Bicycles” wrong, but the edit took too long to redo—my apologies. Continue reading