While watching a movie with Aaron last week, I started to get antsy. I basically get antsy anytime I am watching a movie. Something about the length of them combined with staying seated for that long of a time makes me go crazy. About half way through the movie, I needed to get up and move. What began as some light stretching ended up being an ab circuit. It was the perfect ab circuit to do while still paying attention to the movie, but not sitting still going nuts.
This circuit can be done once, twice, or three times. I personally only did it once as that was enough for me, but if you want more of a challenge, do it again!
Abs on Fire
There are lots of new exercises in this workout. I went through and taped demonstrations for all that I didn’t have before, so make sure you check them out!
Remember: You can always visit my Exercise Dictionary to see these and all the other video demonstrations of exercises!
Tuesday: Taught Cardio Sculpt. We did a style with 3 cardio moves followed by a tabata. The class finished with some abs.
Wednesday: 3 miles on the treadmill. My legs felt great but I wasn’t feeling a longer one. 24:57 min.
Thursday: 5 miles on the treadmill. I picked up the incline, while keeping the speed the same for all but the last mile. I went a bit faster just to finish in time for me to get to work. 42:22 min.
Friday: Rest day. I wanted to get a workout in, but was so exhausted from a late night on Thursday. I actually got up and was waiting for a workout video to come on my computer before ultimately deciding my bed was calling my name.
Saturday: 7 mile run. I talked about it here.
Sunday: I wanted to do the videos I never got to on Friday, but my body was sore. My hamstrings were basically on fire all night on Saturday, and still hurt on Sunday. My right hip was also hurting slightly, so doing high intensity just didn’t seem like the best idea. However, I ended up taping all those videos plus a lot more for my exercise dictionary on Sunday, which ended up being quite the workout!
Monday: Taught bodysculpt.
Total miles for 2015:—35 miles