50 of the following: squats push ups inverted pull ups rocker abs
run or walk 3.1 miles 10 minutes yoga postures for running
tabata on treadmill or outside (it’s a beautiful fall day) – 20sec work/10 sec rest\ 20 minutes of yoga postures
5 rounds of the following: run 400 meter overhead press – 15 reps
An incredible Fall Day: Outside if you can – walk 1/4 mile – 15 pushups – run 1/4 mile – 25 squats – run 1/2 mile – 15 pushups and 25 squats – walk home!
beautiful day out there! WALK 3.1 MILES (OR RUN IF YOU CAN)
50 of the following: squats….pushups…..situps…..inverted pull ups……walking lunges Do it outside. Today is absolutely marvelous!
Run or Walk .25 miles. Please challenge yourself to do the very best you can. Then… Do 20 Pushups. Military or Modified, again challenge yourself. Then…. Hold Plank (you guessed it….modify as necessary) for up to 60 seconds. Then…. Do 25 Walking Lunges. Repeat all 3 times.
All around the world, fast food is sneaking in and sneakily killing people. The meditteranean diet has been for centuries the healthiest way to eat. Lots of vegies, grains, lean proteins and (some) wine. View this article. http://consults.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/10/03/whats-the-healthiest-diet-of-all/
Good Morning All: Workout for 9/23/2008 Run 1/4 mile, followed by box jumps (30), then Pushups (30), then hold plank for up to 60 seconds. Repeat 5 times. Now go have some fun!
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