30/4/2020 jogging (~25mins)
1/5/2020 jogging(~25mins), walking (~40 mins)
4/5 jogging (~25 mins)
5/5 jogging (~25 mins)
6/5 jogging (~25 mins)
7/5 jogging (~15 mins)
8/5 bodyweight workout+jump rope
9/5 jogging (~15 mins)
10/5 jogging (~15 mins)
13/5 walking (~30 mins)
15/5 walking (~1h)
16/5 abs workout
18/5 walking (~30 mins)
22/5 fitness blender thighs
23/5 hiking (~16.5 km)
29/5 short walk
30/5 jogging (25 mins)
1/6 - 7/6 cycling+walking daily
15/04/2020 stretching, short walk (~20 mins)
16/04/2020 walk (~1h)
17/04/2020 jogging (40 mins)
19 upper body + badminton
20 walk (~30 mins}
21 lower body own weight
22 walk (~ 25 mins)
23 hula hoop, short walk
24 full body workout
25 arms+shoulders w weights
26 abs (~30 mins)
28 hula hoop, walking (~45-50 mins)
29 hula hoop, jump rope, core workout
30 jogging (~30 mins)
19/04 walking (~1h)
20/04 core, bodyweight exercises
21/04 upper body with weights
22/04 abs, walk (40 mins)
I moved to my parents' place in the countryside for the quarantine which makes me want to spend more time being active outside. Here's what I've been doing:
10/04/2020 Fri - cycling (~1h)
11/04/2020 Sat - walking (~40 mins)
12/04/2020 Sun - walking (~35 mins)
13/04/2020 Mon - table tennis (~1h)
14/04/2020 Tue - lower body workout (42 mins)
Went to the gym October 19th, 22nd, and 24th for hour-long sessions. Lifted weights, elliptical, treadmill, and/or exercise bike.
Went to the gym 9.25.19 for the first time since July. Did 1 mile in 20 minutes on the treadmill and 4 miles on the exercise bike in 23 minutes.
9/24/19: Ball State has revoked free access to the gym for employees. I have found a possible venue to gain a free voucher, but I'd rather not pay $55 dollars per semester if I can avoid it. This may take a couple weeks to straighten out.
9/16/19: Worked out some more. Apparently I have some muscles called anterior deltoids, and they are burning.
starting to do swimming, aikdo, and walking a few times a week.
I'm really proud of myself for the progress I've made getting this goal done. I'm regularly doing 5-7 miles a day now, regular cardio, lots of stretches and I'm ready to move up to a new set of weights. I can definitely feel the difference in my body and it's amazing.
In addition to figure skating, I mean. Add at least 1 activity 1x/week. Establish a day for it.
I get to start walking at the gym again today. I lost my shoes for 2 weeks so I can't wait to go today.
Starting to really hold myself accountable on this and not come up with excuses every week. It's making a big difference, surprise surprise.
Getting back into this now that my city isn't in a record hot spell. The goal is 3x a week, non-consecutively.
This is getting easier. Spring is helping. Living in a new place with better options around is helping. New apps on my phone are helping.
Everything hurts. But what nice pain it is!
W/e 26/03 - 80 mins walking (20 mins to and from work for 2 days)
- 45 mins walking along the seafront at the weekend
W/e 19/03 - 120 mins walking (20 mins to and from work for 3 days)
This has gone downhill a bit due to being poorly but have been trying to walk more. Should be back at skating this week and looking at going swimming.
30 mins gym - treadmill, weights, rowing machine
40 mins gym - treadmill, weights, rowing machine
20 mins walking
30 mins gym (treadmill and weights machines)
30 mins lunchtime walk
20 mins skating
30 mins lunchtime walk
40 mins skating!
30 mins at gym (treadmill, cross trainer and rowing machine)
30 mins skating (yes, I did the thing! Not amazingly well but I did it!)
Missed skating on Weds due to being poorly
60 mins of walking (in 2 30 minute sessions)
30 mins of squats, stretches, balancing etc. on skates (rehabbing ankle)
10 mins of exercise bike
45 mins of walking
Start off with at least an hour a week (can be split over multiple days)
first insanity workout 2016.11.22
I've been going to the gym 3 times a week since I joined. Making progress.