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Weekly Workout Update + Weight Lifting Routine

 

 

 

After a few weeks I finally feel like I’ve hit my groove. After looking at various lifting & workout plans on Pinterest, I put together a lifting plan that includes a little cardio with each lift, along with one or two cardio days, for a total of 4-5 workouts a week. I went ahead and created graphics to show what my lifts look like!

Chest Arm Workout

Leg Day Workout

Back Shoulders Workout

I complete those, usually with a cardio day in between, and feel fantastic afterward. Each workout typically takes between 45-60 minutes which means it’s great for anyone who can’t exactly devote hours each day to working out.

On top of that, I’ve been aiming for the recommended 10,000 steps daily and four out of the last seven days, I’ve hit that! Just today I ran a total of three miles, two without needing to stop for a break.┬áNeedless to say I’m feeling great!

Another thing that has really helped me the last few weeks is avoiding the scale. That’s right, I haven’t weighed myself in over two weeks, maybe even three. Instead of focusing on the number on the scale, I’m paying attention to how I feel and how my clothes fit. I have so much energy, I’m WAY less moody, and in general I just feel better.

I’ve also been doing pretty well overall at eating healthier, watching my portions, and making better decisions in terms of nutrition. I’ve even started eating breakfast again, which, to me, is a big deal because I avoided it for a while out of fear of the calories. Breakfast has always been my favorite meal of the day so I’m certainly glad to have it back!

One of the biggest motivators for me lately has been the alumni event I have coming up at UC. Everyone want to look great when they see people they haven’t seen since last year right? It’s at the end of the month so hopefully I start to see some changes by then. It’s totally possible right? Right!?

Anyway, I’ve bragged & ranted enough. How’s your fitness journey going? Have a great workout you’d like to share?