Post # 46
Since you’re looking for something for cardio, I would say a treadmill or a stair climber. But if I could only buy one piece of workout equipment, it would definitely be a kettlebell! You can do lots of cardio stuff with one of those.
Post # 47
- Wedding: March 2016 - Sand Key Park- Clearwater Beach Elopement
jennmariee: It does have to do with my size. I’m curvy with a “perfect” hourglass figure, but I could definitely lose some weight, but I do carry it really well. As a former athlete (volleyball) who wants to now get into a new challenge (sand volleyball), I also have a lot of muscle. I have bigger legs, but it’s mainly all muscle. I can definitely kill someone in a workout who is a lot smaller than me, I’m just really self conscious. This would be the only time of year I could run outside, too. It’s so hot here from March to October that I sweat profusely just standing outside for five minutes.
That and I don’t trust drivers around here. Like that one person who sped up to get into the turn lane, used no turn signal, when the light was yellow. Bad enough on a bike. Drivers around here (Florida) suck, which is why I don’t drive at 22.
Post # 48
Also say Treadmill. If you use it correctly it can and will work your whole body. When I had one in my house. I lost 60lbs. Mind you I was eating more healthy but I was having a blast walking and running sometimes 3 miles to up to 6 miles a day. It was great for my body and I felt amazing!
Post # 49
- Wedding: April 2015 - City Hall NYC
I’d buy a personal trainer if I could LOL
Post # 50
Hands down a rowing machine. It works the major muscle groups, is a low-impact exercise with adjustable resistance, and you can have a nice easy stretch or a 2k test that leaves you shaking and on fire with lactic acid or anything in between. Plus the fish game on those Concept2 models is pretty cute.
Post # 51
Adjustable hand weight sets. You can find all sorts of cardio workouts, but weights really amp up the weight loss.