Post # 1
- Wedding: March 2005 - Westside Loft, New York
Working out is on my mind this morning because I’m committing myself to going to the gym tonight! (after eating a lot of bad stuff at miss martini’s bachelorette party last night)
I do kickboxing once a week, and cardio+weight training two times a week. I’d love to get in one more cardio session (a class or just the treadmill) and one yoga session.
What type of workouts do you usually do?
Post # 3
Whenever the weather allows (which usually means anytime the temperature is between 15 and 90 degrees) and there’s not a lot of snow/ice on the ground, I run outdoors. But in the worst of winter and summer, I go to the gym and do various cardio machines and weight training. I’ve never been a yoga person; it just doesn’t feel like a workout to me.
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2018 - Holy Family Catholic Church, reception: National Infantry Museum
At least 2 cardio sessions a week. If I can make step class or Group Power, I do those too. Ok, well, I skip the elliptical if I make step class. I want to work up to 2 Group Powers a week, but my schedule sucks right now.
Post # 5
At minimum I do 30 minutes cardio and then at least three weight training routine per session. Sometimes I do up to 45 min cardio and five routines when I feel motivated.
Post # 6
Pilates and cardio twice a week
Post # 7
Cardio 4 days a week, pilates or yoga one day a week. Strength training arms with squats 4 days a week. No fun!! But I do love the pilates and yoga!
Post # 8
I run outdoors 3-4 times a week (lucky enough to live in Florida and able to exercise outside this time of year – I’ve never been a gym person). I started running over a year ago, first with the Couch to 5K program and then I did a training program for a 10K. I know I need to do more strength training, so lately I’ve been doing arm exercises with an 8-lb weight, squats, and crunches, also about 3 times a week. I used to do yoga but haven’t gone in awhile…
Post # 9
Combination of WiiFit, snowboarding and 30 day shred at the moment. I am also hoping to get up the willpower to do the 100 pushup and 200 situp challenges, but I’m very sore at the moment from other activities. I know I need to do more cardio, but it’s really difficult with my knee problems. 1 step at a time I guess!
Post # 10
Right now i do 30 min cardio in the AM and 60 minutes of cardio in the evening. Need to get into some strength training but our condo gym is sorely lacking… i try to do situps, pushups, and squats when i can
Post # 11
Monday – 30mins cardio in the am, 60min hot yoga class at night -FYI – Hot Yoga is in a studio where it’s 90 degrees – it is an amazing class, it’s tranformed my body and I don’t even do weights anymore.
Tues – 60min Turbokick (choreographed kickboxing class that’s fun and a great calorie burner)
Wed – same as Monday (or sleep in and just do hot yoga)
Thurs – same as Tues
Fri – same as Mon & Wed
Sat – go on a light run/walk
Sun – rest or do a light walk
Post # 12
I don’t do any exercise…boo!! I just don’t like it.
But I am going to start doing toning exercises, and I did get a bike for christmas. only been able to ride a couple times cuz it’s been so cold. but I am going to start doing yoga and hoepfully will progress from there
Post # 13
During the day: 45 min on the elliptical, 3-4x/week
In the evening, at home: Pilates and strength training, 20 min 3-4x/week
Weekends are for tennis or hiking, nothing super strenuous.
Interspersed irregularly, I do classes at the gym (kickboxing, spinning, core, dance) or at home, Wii fit and various yoga/ballet DVDs.
Post # 14
Pole dancing at Sheila Kelley’s S Factor! It is the best workout ever. It’s a challenge every week but so much fun you don’t even notice how hard you’re working out. Plus it has led to me making some wonderful friendships and changing how I feel about my body. It’s my favorite 2 hours of the week and has completely changed my life. I’m stronger than my husband now!
Post # 15
I work out at home I alternate days 3 days of cardio and 3 days of strength
Cardio: 1/2 hr treadmill, 1/2hr bike
Strength: 1/2 hr dancing/high intensity strength DVD, 1/2 hr strength/yoga DVD
Post # 16
I just heard about a place here that is offering pole dancing!! I think I may go tomorrow night!