Sunday Rest day.
Monday I did the upper body workout from One on One Training with Jackie DVD (affiliate link). I’ve had this DVD forever, but I keep coming back to it. Jackie manages to pack in a pretty good workout in about 20 minutes. It’s short but leaves me feeling sweaty.
Tuesday Rest day because I didn’t sleep very well the night before and I pushed the snooze button on my alarm clock one too many times, so I didn’t have enough time before going to school.
Wednesday I got up extra early this morning to take my dad out for a belated Father’s Day breakfast, so I skipped my workout.
Thursday I did a HIIT workout on Grokker (affiliate link). It was another short one that clocked in at just over 20 minutes, but it definitely felt longer than that. It was made up of two circuits, each of which was made up of two alternating exercises. Both circuits started at 10 reps for both exercises and then decreased by 1 rep until we hit 1. It was kind of a neat way to do it. I actually added this video to my favorites because I liked it so much.
Friday I was feeling in more of a cardio mood, so I went with a Latin dance video on Grokker (affiliate link). I guess I was expecting something similar to a Zumba class, but it was pretty different. On the up side it was super easy to follow along even though I’m not the most coordinated person. I’ve done dance workouts in the past where I’ve been completely and utterly lost five minutes into the workout and I ended up turning it off and finding a different workout to do. That definitely wasn’t the case with this one though.
Saturday Since I typically write these posts Friday night, I’m planning on a morning walk in my favorite park. I’m going to be spending a big chunk of my day sitting at my desk studying for finals, so I know I want to get some activity in there.
Now that you know what my weekly workouts have been, leave a comment below with one of your workout this week.
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