The results are in 3 people voted for dance as their favorite workout music.
Yesterday I did just the Ballet Boot Camp. It is getting easier to do the exercises. The scissors and carousel horse are still the most challenging. I am not feeling as much strain to my legs as I did after the first day.
Today was a weird day and I wandered through most of it in a fugue state. I made quinoa cereal based on a recipe from Martha Stewart’s website. It recommended way too much milk for the amount of quinoa. Today was just cardio. I walked around town for a while. I thought about calling it quits with that, but I downloaded 3 random free apps for my IPad.
The one I chose to use for today was Workout Trainer. It asks you to make an account or sign in through facebook. I tried to do it through facebook but it didn’t work. So I made an account it also ask for d.o.b. and what your goals are. It doesn’t ask for weight. It selects two workouts based on your goals or you can select others from its library. The first one was a 12min cardio video. It gives you the choice of three trainers to guide you through it. One is a person, which is part of the premium package, the other two are computer generated. Being broke I went for one of the computer trainers.
The workout also allows you to play music from your ipad which is a nice touch. The voice guiding you through it sounds very robotic. It tells you how to do the workout, how much time you have left, which exercise is coming up next and offers general platitudes. The actual exercises are basic but challenging. Things like star jumps, side planks, and others. It does allow for one 30 second break to grab water and get to a mat as you transition from standing to ground work. Each exercise is shown through a couple of seconds of recorded videos. If you are trying to keep pace with the video, it is easy to get thrown off track and it blips out in order to restart the video. Once finished you set set a reminder to do it again tomorrow or select a new workout. It will promote the premium package several times after using the app. Overall, it is a surprisingly decent free app. The workout was in the moderate range which I asked for while putting together my workout.
Also, I am a huge fan of The Pintester and on my other blog I participated in The Pintester Movement. I tested several cooking pins and the fail coffee hair removal pin. Well, she is trying to get fit and lose some weight by teaming up with Slimfast. Way to go girlfriend. I am hoping this may lead to her testing some fitness pins. Anyways, she wanted people to blog about their wackiest reason to try to lose weight in exchange for a $1,000 SpaFinder card, which would be pretty sweet. Anyways, when I was younger I tried to lose weight in order to join the navy. I never lost the weight, never joined the navy, and now I am too old to. It is not all bad though since I am pretty happy with my life as it is now.
We should all aim to be like the Gummi Bears. Dashing and daring, courageous and caring, faithful and friendly, with stories to share. 🙂
Remember to moisturize.
- Fit Fat Ballet + Cardio Day 3 (fitfatstrive.wordpress.com)
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- 10 most common excuses for inactivity (motivade.com)
- Review: 300 Spartan Workout (vitalbodylink.com.au)