Are you excited? This is *possibly* the last post for my workout roundups.
Last week, everything got rearranged in my life that I didn’t have time to compile it for the previous one so this one, we’re having a two week finale together! Isn’t that fabulous?
I’m really happy! Today marks the 52nd week/1 year mark for my commitment to working out and training hard. I went from training for dragonboat as my priority so that I could be an asset to the team to now simply refocusing my mind to doing it for myself, to relieve stress, to learn what works for me and to just build a healthy lifestyle, not only through physical workouts but eating better and keeping my mind and body balanced and keeping my stress at reasonable levels (or at least try my best) 😉
Lets take a look at how the last two weeks looked like in workouts before I ramble on more!
Week 51 marked the last week of the Nike Training Club Get Toned program that I had!
I started the week with a new 30 minute workout called Jump Around!
On the last day or last workout of the program, there was a new 30 minutes workout called Shakedown.
The last week of the NTC program was pretty intense. I think I liked it the best for that. All of them were pretty hard as it had a lot of moves that I usually would avoid but since its part of the program, I couldn’t. There wasn’t even reason to modify anything except for some that I had to do slower because I wasn’t as comfortable. I definitely know it toned me up a little bit. Why only a little bit? Its really my fault. I got overloaded with stress and ate some junk food that I usually don’t.
Week 52 meant I changed my eating habits a bit better than the week before. The program was over but I think I’m going to start the Getting Lean one in a few weeks. However for this week, I went freestyle and totally spontaneous (which doesn’t usually work too well).
First workout, I got in Tuesday. I was trying to keep my Training Club program. You’ll see that didn’t work very well. I found this interesting workout on Popsugar Fitness that incorporated Capoeira. I’ve always been curious about it so I gave it a shot.
This is THE most intense workout I’ve done ever! Its like break dance and martial arts and craziness all mixed together. Its high energy and really fun and just so intense all at the same time! I actually think that I’m going to look at finding some physical classes. Its either this or yoga. I’m still deciding…
Seeing as this week was crazy busy and I have no idea how come its been so stressful and energy levels been really low, I stuck in a re-energizing and calming (does that contradict?) yoga routine with this video on Thursday.
For this last weekend, I boosted it up with one of my intense and hardcore workouts with Popsugar Fitness called No Excuses Workout.
I had to modify this a little by doing only 2 times of the Circuit One because it was making me feel really sick. I think my body was overheating or whatnot. So I took a little cooldown walking around while my heart rate slowed down and continued on. That Circuit One always gets to me.
Seeing as I was satisfied with how I didn’t do all of that workout and I wanted 4 workouts in a week, I did another one earlier today to wrap this up! 🙂 Its a bit going back to my roots but its a great workout to challenge my core, and thats the Core Workout on Tribesports!
I always go back to this one to see how my core is progressing. I didn’t feel as at par since in the recent few workouts, I’ve been working more full body than doing a lot of core workouts. Still, it was pretty good run 🙂
Now that I’m at one year of committing to working out, here are my thoughts on it!
That contributes to a lot of the progress I’ve had in the past year. I still have a long way to go especially in finding a healthier and cleaner way of eating but I’m stepping in the right direction. I have a few ideas as to how I want this workout blogging thing to go but for now, it’ll take a slight pause while I gather my thoughts on it! If you’d like to check out stuff I do, I usually post it up on Tribesports or share it on Twitter and I share most of it on my Pinterest board so follow me any one of those channels if you’d like!
My biggest lesson that I’ve learned from this year is to stay positive, keep focused and keep repeating all those good habits 🙂 Its a routine I want to keep with it for as long as I can and improve on my muscular endurance, look better, feel healthier!!! Sore is the new sexy my loves! One day, I’ll get there!
My new goal this summer when I hit outdoors is this:
I’m wishing for the snow to go away and the weather to warm up now! 🙂
For now, this segment is over! Hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as I have enjoyed sharing this experience with you! 🙂