Yesterday you said tomorrow.

Let’s not remain stationary, shall we.

20 minutes became 30, and 30 minutes became 45.

I worked on my abdomen first.  I’m doing this “6 weeks to 6 pack” regimen.  I’ll see if it works and promote it if it does.  I had successfully completed the first week from 6-17-12 to 6-24-12, but then I had my ‘bad’ week.  So I began again.  Yesterday, 7-1-12, was my re-official first day. Today’s abdomen workout consisted of:

  • 20 seconds plank
  • 20 seconds bicycle
  • 3 x 10 left side crunches
  • 3 x 10 right side crunches

I always go a little over on the seconds for the plank and bicycle holds, pero por supuesto that is fine.  Next, I got on the stationary bike.  Like aforementioned, I thought I only had about 20 minutes to work out because of my class so I only rode for 14 minutes.  After I completed my workout, my mum told me that my class was reschedule for 4:30pm to 8:30pm.  I thought to myself, “Great! Now I can work out more.” Thus, I thought I would turn my 20 minutes into 30, so I proceeded to ride the stationary for 9 more minutes.  While on the bike, I thought that I could do some dumbbell work.  I did squats with forward dumbbell lifts.  I saw this last night on Extreme Makeover: Weight-Loss Edition.  I did 3 sets of 14 reps.  One word: Brutal.  Then I did 2 x 14 sets of Overhead Tricep Extension. Then I stretched for 2 – 5 minutes.  Making my workout total to about 45 minutes. Whoop whoop! 

It is not necessarily the length of one’s workout, but rather the grueling effort one puts into it that defines the outcome.


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