So far I have completed 7 of the challenges/workouts for the contest, at my gym. I figure I'd enter because I can get a nice workout shirt, and change my workouts a bit.
I have done, Studio cycling, cardio strength/Bodypump, yoga, elliptical w/arms, running, upright bike, and recumbent bike.
The other five activities that I plan on accomplishing are: running on the treadmill, elliptical w/out arms, swimming, weight circuit, getting reset on their fitlinx machines, and possibly basketball, AMT cardio machine, and rowing machine.
This week my work out has and will look like this:
Sunday- Step, Bodypump, studio cycling (55 minute classes)
Monday- rest day,
Tuesday- ran about 2.5 miles before work,
after work- rode upright bike for 35 minutes and watched womens volleyball, Step, and Bodypump
Wednesday- studio cycling 45 minutes,
Thurday- woke up early for me, and went to beginners yoga at 730am,
(Before Step used the elliptical w/arms for 20 minutes while watching Olympics)
Step/strength class after work- was very exhausted and at one point really didn't know if I could finish the class. It wasn't incredibly difficult so I'm thinking of dropping this class, and changing my workout a bit so i get more rest. Felt a lot of fatigue during class, and I think i might be overdoing the cardio a bit
Saturday- run on treadmill before yoga, will try to work on increasing speed, beginners yoga
actually went back to the YMCA later, and ran on the treadmill because I slept in and didn't have time before yoga. Ran 3.1 in 40 minutes, not too terrible since I'm slowly getting back into running.
Not to mention that on Tuesday-Friday I rode my bike to/from work which equals to about 3 miles a day
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