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So it's Week 6 - Yippee!!! I made it! (Well almost!)

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

So week 6 of my current plan is here. Although it hasn't been perfect and I've veered of course occasionally I take it as a huge step forward just getting to the 6wk mark of a plan...any plan. The old me would never have lasted. She would have started all gung-ho and maybe last till week 3 where she would have let any little excuse get her of course and then proceed to pig out and veg out on the couch for the next 3wks and beyond. So YAY!!! for me!!!

So now what do I do for the next 6wks? Well basically set up another plan. I'm going to change it up a bit. So...here goes.

Monday - AM: 20mins - HIIT Stationary Bike
PM: 10mins (treadmill), bicep curls, lat pulls, rowing pulls, pull-ups, leg press, squats with weights, leg lift extensions, calf lifts (all till muscle exhaustion)

Tuesday - 30 mins treadmill - HIIT + (core work)

Wednesday - AM: 30mins - Moderate Stationary Bike
PM: 10mins (treadmill), bicep curls, overhead press, chest flys, push ups with ball, squats with weights, back extensions, leg lift extensions, hip extensions (all till muscle exhaustion)

Thursday - 30 mins rowing - HIIT + (core work)

Friday - AM: 20mins - HIIT - Stationary Bike
PM: 10mins (treadmill), lateral raises, lat pulls, chest press, rowing pulls, leg lifts, calf lifts, leg presses, squats with weights

Saturday - 30 mins - Moderate Stationary Bike

So say it with me...ONWARD and UPWARD!!!
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  • ITS_TIME_NOW
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    i really understand "a huge step forward just getting to the 6wk mark of a plan...any plan."
    i know how big a deal this is for you, and i am SO PROUD of you! keep the momentum!!!
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    4694 days ago
  • GIDGETGOESGOTH
    Thats fantastic! Ypu can do this...and thanks for the cyber energy :)
    4694 days ago
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