Hubby and I recently went on a trip to Key West (ahhh!) It was the middle of January. The winter where we live was HARSH this year. We didn’t want to spend any time inside if we could help it. I designed this workout to do outside in the courtyard of our hotel. It overlooked the ocean (again ahh!). This one required no equipment and you can literally do it anywhere. Take it with you on your next vacation, or just to your backyard. Comment below and let me know where you did the anywhere workout!
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PS: This is my very first try at making an infographic and my link doesn’t work. Here’s the video link if you need it.
Sometimes you just need to make a change in your exercise program.
I grew up in the 70’s when the exercise craze just got started. That’s when the nation changed over from mostly manual labor jobs to more tech type jobs. The big thing at the time, was running. There were running books, running shoes and the advent of the “jog bra”, now known as the sports bra. When I graduated from high school, I knew I had to keep myself in shape (no more PE classes or sports) so of course I started to run.
Over the years I ran on and off, mostly off. Here’s why:
- I was the slowest runner ever. My fastest mile clocked was 10 minutes. Everyone smoked me, even couch potatoes just starting out.
- It hurt my knees
- My upper body was naturally scrawny. Running does nothing for that.
After years of running and quitting, I finally decided I didn’t like it and gave it up for good. What to do now? I became a Curves girl. I got cardio and weight training and I liked it a lot. I stuck with that consistently for 2 years. Then they moved and it wasn’t convenient for me to get there. Now what?
I found at home workouts that I really liked through Beachbody. I started with P90X, now I am doing ChaLean Extreme and I look forward to my workouts. It sure beats the fight I used to have with myself to get motivated for running. The moral of the story is this. If you don’t like the workout you are doing, you won’t stick with it. Find something you like. That’s more than half the battle!
What are your favorite workouts and why?