Good morning! Today I have a fast paced workout to share with you. But first, a workout recap.
Tuesday: Cardio Sculpt class. We did lots of cardio and lots of sculpting. I did notice my upper body was sore from teaching Monday, but nothing major.
Wednesday: 3 mile run in 25:01. I wasn’t sure how this would go at all, so I slept in a bit and only left myself time for 3 miles. Go figure I felt great and could have kept going!
Thursday: Again, wasn’t sure what kind of run I would have but thought I’d try it out since I had a delay. I ran 6 miles! I felt great and when I passed 5, I figured I would run to 6. 50:50 minutes
Friday: I decided to switch it up and try some workout videos. I did this one from PopSugar and this one from Grokker. I never heard of that website before but it has a lot of free workout videos! I’m excited to try some more.
Saturday: I did a 4 mile run in 33:36. I contemplated going back to bed, but I was glad to get my run in! I ended up being very sore throughout the day Saturday and Sunday. I’m not sure if it’s from my workouts Friday or the run. I spent time stretching my legs out.
Sunday: Rest Day
Monday: Taught Bodysculpt so besides the 10 minute cardio warm up, it’s all strength.
Total Miles run so far this year: 20 miles.
I don’t always throw Tabata workouts into my classes, but when I do, I always get great feedback from them! People love the burn you get, but the fast paced nature. I included this upper body tabata workout in my class last week to finish off with a burn, and everyone raved about them.
Upper Body Tabata Workout
You will work your legs a bit in these as well with the combination moves, but your main focus is the upper body. Make sure you use a heavy weight as you only do each exercise for 20 seconds before having a break. Push yourself, within reason of course. Check out my exercise dictionary for specific demonstrations of the moves. This workout will take you less than 15 minutes, including breaks in between! That’s my kind of workout
**Please remember I am not a personal trainer, so please consult your doctor before beginning a new workout program!