And I can’t wait to have BAD ASS before and after pics!
First Draft: I figured out what At Home Exercises I wanted to do (black). This took a lot of research on my blog, other fitblrs, and fitness Instagrams that I follow. Then I figures out how I’d be positioned when doing the exercise (in blue, and used to organize my plan later on). THEN I figured out what part of my body would be worked out during each exercise (red).
Second Draft: I organized the exercises based on position (while I’m standing, on the floor, or on my back) (black). Then I figured out what order I wanted to do them in to get a good flow (red). Then I figured out how many reps I wanted to do of each (black, and “ES” stands for “each side.” The point of these sets is that I wanted to create a circuit training plan that’s varied and fun.Finally I targeted the areas each position would be hitting, with the underlined areas as repeats (red).
Final Draft: This is it! I did a whole circuit yesterday and only took about 11 minutes!
So the last few days I’ve been working on a workout plan for myself and Day 3 I’m still sticking to it!
I’ll post pictures of my plan with descriptions. I’m excited to keep up with it and to stay motivated! A lot of shitty stuff has been happening in my life, but we just moved (stressful but okay) and I like the new house, and I have a big room with a nice view, and I’ve got a part-time job.
Try to look at the positives; it’s much easier to be pessimistic. Challenges in your life aren’t always bad.
YOU AREN’T GOING TO SEE ANY PROGRESS UNTIL YOU GET YOUR NUTRITION IN LINE. IT’S NOT MAGIC. YOU CAN’T JUST HOPE FOR IT. YOU HAVE TO WORK FOR IT.
Nutrition is key