Solitary Fitness 28
110 Pushups, as in, do 1, get up, walk around, do 2, repeat adding a rep up to 10, then go back down to 1 again. Did it in 15 minutes. I feel pretty limber after doing this program
, although it was a bit easy at times. Now I will be doing Solitary Advanced, which is to do the following every morning, 6 days a week:
Star jumps x10
Squat thrusts x10
X10 for a total of 100 each.
I time this, and work on getting the whole thing down to under 30 minutes or as fast as possible.
Every month I add 5 reps to each of the 7 moves in the superset.
I keep adding 5 reps per month until I physically can't do any more in under an hour.
I know it is acceptable to work out / play hard for 2 hours a day so I am also going to add in some weightlifting, yoga, bike riding, etc, as I feel comfortable. Since I am still leaning out (still have plenty of belly and love handles to lose) I am not going to do very heavy weights again for a while. I'm going to start with 10x10s with very light weight, then once I plateau I will go to 5x10s, then 4x12-15s, then 3x8-10s, and repeat till I'm as lean as possible without feeling weak, and then go back and forth with heavy and light resistance months, all with that morning routine.
If you can't tell, I'm really going for it here. I turn 30 in August and want my 30s to be as fun as my 20s, without the booze, drugs, and crap diet. This might not sound fun to people that don't read these posts, but I am addicted to adrenaline and endorphins more than anything I can ingest. Sorry for the tangent...
Nuts and an orange
Can of coke
Zero calorie tea
Large green salad w/ tempeh