Workout Plan: April 10-17
Spring Break is over for us, so it's back to the daily grind.
My family went on a cruise for Spring Break, and, honestly, it threw me off a little, so I am VERY ready to get back on track.
I exercised every day by running on the track and doing gym workouts.
My meals were spot-on until the dessert menu came around at dinner. The first half of the week I passed or enjoyed a wonderful fruit plate. But halfway through, something snapped and I ordered sherbet. Then later I found myself up on the lido deck searching out the crepe station to get gummy bears and mini M&M's. Every evening after that was the same, but with a little more indulgence.
I learned a lot from the experience and am planning some blog posts on how to navigate a cruise and stay on-track with healthy eating, so stay tuned!
This week in the gym I'll be testing out some new workouts that I wrote up on the flight home, so we will not be doing the plan outlined below. If they flow well, I'll get them filmed and posted over the next few weeks. So, if you have fitness ADD like me, there are some new workouts on the way!
I am feeling pretty bored with the workouts that I previously filmed and should have a little more time now to film some new ones. I'm always open to input, so let me know in the comments below if there is something you'd like to see in future workouts! I am ALWAYS open to suggestions!
What kind of workouts do you like best?
At-Home Bodyweight Workouts
Combo (weights and HIIT)
And what body parts would you like to focus on?
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Monday: Lower Body Blast #5
Tuesday: Tabata #8
Wednesday: Upper Body Sculpt #7
Thursday: Sevens #6
Friday: 30/30 Ball Workout
Saturday: Get outside for at least 30-60 minutes doing something you love! Enjoy springtime and nature. Or do this awesome 12-Minute Jump Rope Workout if you're short on time and can't get outside. You can always repeat it to make it longer.
Sunday: REST DAY! Take a walk or stretch out and lengthen tired muscles with Yoga or Pilates.