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My first workout...

Monday, January 04, 2010

30 day shred is doable. Jillian doesn't give breaks because she says if you want fast results you need to just go hard for a short amount of time. Well, I did the entire dvd without stopping and I think it's effective without being difficult. You can find ways to challenge yourself without overtiring yourself. This is exactly what i need and boy did I really miss weight lifting. She does 3 min strength, 2 min cardio and 1 min abs a total of 3 times plus warm up and cool down. I can go hard if I know the time is short.

Went back to work today with the Monday blues.... but that has already passed. I am supposed to be taking after pics for insanity and before shots for 30 day shred but I'm plain old lazy. I'll get to it soon, hopefully before the end of the week. I'm a little annoyed with my dog because she chewed the strings of the top of my bathing suit and i cannot post a picture topless LOL!
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    That sounds like an interesting workout. You are committed and motivating me to get back on track. I am on vacation getting in some exercise but not at my normal levels.
    4149 days ago
    Thanks for the update. I may try it after Insanity.

    Bad doggie! Do we need to call Caeser Milan?
    4149 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/5/2010 11:47:21 AM
    I did the 30 day shred yesterday also...I was doing P90X but am waiting for my workout buddy to return so we can do that together...thought the 30 day shred would be a great interim workout...
    4149 days ago
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    Think I'll try that in February. I've added enough new stuff in January/ Thanks for the update
    4149 days ago
    I'm glad you like the 30 day shred. I have done it a few times and liked it. Are you watching Biggest Loser starting tomorrow? :)
    4149 days ago
    Hang in there!
    4149 days ago
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