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I went bright and early this morning...half hour cardio, half hour trainer.

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I went on a 30 min. walk with Dirk last night. Yah!

Since I AM NOT on a 3 month bikini count down - - I will not be killing myself in the gym anymore.

Great workout plan Amy!!

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Originally Posted by amy&andy08 View Post
Ok, I'm thinking if I post my workout plan for the week I'll be less likely to stray from it, then I can check back in and let ya'll know how I actually did. cheer2.gif
Here is This week so far:
Monday: Pull weights & 45min on eliptical; lower ab work--Done!
Tuesday: Push weights & 50 min intervals running/eliptical; obliques/bicycle and crunches--Done!
Wednesday: Just 40 min of cardio (my break day) abs on the ball and lower leg lifts on chair thing--Done!
Thursday: Pull & 45 min intervals running (15x1) eliptical (15x2); lower ab work
Friday: Push & 30 min cardio; obliques/bicycle and crunches
Saturday: Workout pull weights with Andy/possible run outside
Sunday: Workout pull weights with Andy/possible run outside
Monday: spin class (50 min) & yoga class (1hr) right after 5:15-7:30.
Phew...that wore me out just writing it....I wish that was enough just thinking about it. I'm on 3 month bikini countdown. Yikes! smile43.gif
HOLY COW that's one kick ass regimen! muscle.gif Go Amy!

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Went to the gym for an hour. I took a page out of Amy's book and did alternating cardio, between the bike and eliptical...since I run every other day I didn't want to do it two days in a row. Then I did some jump squats, and arm and back exercises. Michael coached me through it :)

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Last night I focused mainly on my arms so I did some lifting for 20 minutes or so and then cardio for 45 minutes.

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I just got back, did 45 minutes on the elliptical and 25 on the bike. Woot, woot!

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