SP Premium
BOGUSANNIE
80,000-99,999 SparkPoints 83,306
SparkPoints
 

Day 7- Official 28-Day Bootcamp Workout Challenge

Monday, January 17, 2011

Well I made it through week one. Easier than I figured it would be. I imagine the next week will be harder with the extra videos I have to do.
Actually I think the hardest part of this week will be tracking my damn food! I do it in BodyBugg and that's enough for me...so this week will be a bit more tedious that way.

So tonight was my regular personal trainer session so I did an hour ST with her...and kettlebells....I LOVE THOSE KETTLEBELLS!!!

I also did my video AND 48 minutes of treadmill cardio....walked 2.5miles at 4%incline AND I manged to stay ON the treadmill tonight.

My knees are still pretty sore and beat up. My shins are bruised lots too...I can't wait til they scab and come off.

I had a GREAT supper too...LOTS of asparagus and a huge bowl of homemade veggie soup with a Zone bar for dessert...I typically don't eat dessert or Zone bars, but this was a nice treat. I think I drank roughly 20 cups of tea today on top of my 8 bottles of Dasani. Man, I have I peed my share today.

All and all a very successful night/day!

Later Sparkers,

RUN RUN RUN!!
emoticon emoticon emoticon
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
  • ROBYN168
    I agree with Anne - I keep thinking I'd whack myself but good with the kettlebells....

    Keep up the good fight!
    3598 days ago
  • ANNE7X7
    WOOHOO!! Congrats on staying on the treadmill! What an accomplishment!! emoticon

    Oh, and awesome job on the working out. Not nearly as impressive as your ability to stay on the treadmill, but still amazing!!

    (you know I'm teasing!!!!)

    You're gonna have to show me how to use kettlebells one of these days. those things scare me... I'd probably knock myself out with them!!!

    3598 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment


    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.