Post # 1
Curious to see how other bees stay in shape.
Sunday: Body flow (mix of thai chi yoga and pilates)
Monday: Body Attack (pretty intense cardio class)
Tuesday: Pilates fusion (mix of pilates and HIIT)
Wednesday: Body shred (30 minute Jillian Michaels class that use 3-2-1 intervals 3 minutes strength, two minutes cardio 1 minute abs… no breaks!!)
Thursday: 20 minutes of runing intervals + cx works (30 minute class that focuses on your entire core (absm obliques, back, glutes)
Friday: REST 🙂
This is of course an “ideal” week. Every now and then I have an evening meeting or the weather or gluttony gets the best of me. I’ve had a few snow days recently where I’ve improvised with a few rounds of the “7 minute workout”
I feel like I should add another upper body strength routine work on those wedding arms!
Post # 3
Monday: Zumba and Boot Camp
Thursday: Spinning and Boot Camp
Friday: Total Body Tone and Basketball
Post # 4
@ApocalypseCow: wow, twice in a day… Good for you!
Post # 5
I follow P90x and Insanity Hybrid schedule.
So basically its like this:
Chest & Back, Ab Ripper X, max interval circuit insanity
Plyometrics max interval plyo insanity
Shoulders & Arms, Ab Ripper X, max cardio conditioning insanity
Yoga X, max recovery insanity
Legs & Back, Ab Ripper X, max interval circuit
Kenpo X , max interval plyo insanity
Rest or X Stretch, off day
Goal is to get to doing 2 workouts a day. I do a minimum of 1 workout a day. By now its a solid habit. P90x and Insanity are exercise programs you can do at home, I do them at my gym with my workout buddies and with my fiancee. We were always into fitness at some level so it’s not just for a wedding day (thats just one day after all, fitness is for life)
Post # 6
Here’s my current schedule:
Monday: 2 hours spinning
Tuesday: 1 hour swimming in the AM, 1.5 hour bike/run brick PM
Wednesday: ~1 hour run
Thursday: 1.5 hour bike
Friday: 1 hour swim + yoga/core
Saturday: 3 hour spinning + run brick
Sunday: Long run
It’s the off season so I’ll probably ramp it up soon 🙂
Post # 7
Oh wow… you all are puuting me to shame!! I was so proud of myself to make it to the gym 6 days a week.
@jenangeles: 2-3 hours of spinning?… I would die… just die!! This is your “off season”??
Post # 8
I work in retail so my hours at work are always changing So I don’t have a set weekday schedule. I do make sure to atleast go to the gym 5 days a week. A half hour of cardio (45 minutes if its my day off from work) and then stretching and abs. Then every other day I alternate arms (mostly free weights) and legs (squats. Calf raises. That Brazilian butt lift move)
classes aren’t really my style but I do have an aerobics studio membership and go to Zumba and kickboxing whenever I can fit it in. 🙂
next on my list is to add insanity to the mix. I heard the fit test is brutal so I want to try it purely cause I’m not a total believer.
Post # 9
I’m in the Burn circuit of ChaLEAN Extreme
I’m also a bit off schedule with a thursday start rather than sunday or monday.
Sunday: burn intervals/ab burner
Monday: Burn Circuit 3
Tuesday: burn it off/recharge
Thursday: Burn Circuit 1
Friday: rest or a TurboFire routine
Saturday: Burn Circuit 2
Post # 10
Monday, Wed & Thurs: 30 min cardio on treadmill or elliptical
Tues & Fri: off
Hoping to replace some cardio during the the week with a class; the gym I’m at is new so they’re still working on adding classes/time slots!
Post # 11
@futuremrs1986: haha, it’s not so bad once you get used to it. 🙂 I spend a lot of time on the trainer/spin bike in the winter.
Post # 12
Monday: Water Aerobics
I have some health problems so I don’t like working out every day but I might work up close to it.
Post # 13
I’m dealing with a running injury, so my schedule is kind of weird right now but usually includes the following…
Monday: 3,000 meter swim (~1 hour)
Tuesday: 1 hour cardio (running or elliptical) + strength
Wednesday: 3,000 meter swim
Thursday: 1 hour cardio (running or elliptical) + strength
Friday: 3,000 meter swim
Saturday: 1 hour cardio + barre class
Sunday: 1 hour cardio (running or elliptical) + strength
Post # 14
@futuremrs1986: I’ll make you feel better abou yourself… Lol
Monday – 1 hour run
Tuesday – 1 hour run
Wednesday – 1 hour spin
Thursday – yoga
Friday – off
Saturday – try to go hicking.
Want to start training for something bigger (triathlon, mountain climbing, tough mudder, not sure what yet), so I need to step it up big time, I just don’t know how or where to start.
Post # 15
I go with Darling Husband and he lifts weights, so I’m now doing it with him as well. We’re on a 4 day rotation, so one muscle group gets worked out 2x a week (we got Mon-Friday)
Day 1 – legs (squats, leg press, hamsting curls etc)
Day 2 – chest and triceps
Day 3 – back and biceps
Day 4- shoulders
I add in Jillian Michaels 30DS or the elliptical for cardio/ab work and Darling Husband will ride a bike for cardio ~ 20-30 mins a day.
Post # 16
I box competively, so here’s my weekly schedule:
Monday: Morning run (normally 5 km but I just started back so it’s only 2.5km right now); Evening boxing, weights & conditioning
Tuesday: Evening sparring
Wednesday: Morning run with sprints; Evening boxing with speed rounds
Thursday: Evening sparring
Friday: Morning run with stair sprints; Evening technical boxing (slower paced, emphasis on technique & form)
Saturday: Morning run with sprints or hills; Afternoon sparring, pad work to follow
Sunday: REST DAY
When I get back into shape I usually try to throw in at least 1-2 yoga sessions a week, preferrably hot yoga.