Warm Up

    400 meters rowing (did it just under 2 minutes)

    100 jump ropes


    2-4-6-8-10-12 in 15 minutes

    Blurpees with plate

    Box Jumps 


    Sit ups

    Cool Down

    4 minutes of 20 second mountain climbers 10 second rest

    4 minutes of 20 second bicycles 10 second rest

    4 minutes of 20 second wall squats while passing a ball and 10 seconds of squats

  • I need new fitness blogs to follow! 

  • berryhealthy:

    train like an olympian | do each exercise intensely for 30 seconds. move onto each move with little or no recovery time in between. once you’ve completed all the moves (4 minutes total) take a 60-90 second break and repeat set 2 to 3 more times.

    (via makethisnew)

  • Small vent

    So the other day I was with a couple friends and we were talking about fitness. Friend One was saying how she can’t do push ups. I told her that she should try doing yoga push-ups ‘cause I have an easier time doing them compared to your standard push-up. Friend Two was like, “its not on your knees, is it?”

    The tone which she said it in is what really pissed me off. If it was on your knees (which its not) then whats the big deal? Everyone is on a different level of fitness. And no one should be judgmental on the level of fitness someone is on. If someone does push-ups on their knees thats better than not doing them at all-not even giving an effort to do them. 

    She’s just one of those people that thinks her way is better. 

    And this brings me to another point. I feel like a lot of people think yoga and pliates are not a hard work-out. Some of it is light and relaxing but for a lot of poses you need a lot of strength  A lot. If its so easy and “pansy” then let me see you do THIS….

  • The most funnest work-out I’ve done so far. 

  • Burn Baby Burn

    Whoa that was intense. Cassey Ho is awesome.

    I didn’t really like the first video-Live while we’re are young inner thighs. You have to use a chair and the chair was really pressing against the back of my knee which really hurts. 

    I really liked her beginner inner thigh one. I remember I wasn’t able to do it well over the summer but this time I actually was able to stick with it longer. 

    Any who, I really recommend following her December plan. I am really wiped out. I walked down staires to get a cup of water and my legs were burning!

    I am planning on doing P90X after dinner. 

    After my bloglates workout, I had fresh edamame topped with a sesame vinegar. Really nice for a small snack. And if you are like me, I need something sweet after something salty. 

    I made oatmeal and banana cookies which Cassey Ho ( I really like her, haha) posted a video on how to make. Really delicious and it is super healthy. 

  • fitnessloveaffair:

    Get Your Best Legs

    First know that you can’t reduce fat in just one place. Your body takes a little bit of fat from everywhere, more or less in some places due to your genetics. Doing a ton of leg exercises isn’t necessarily going to make all that fat disappear, at least not by itself. We do these exercises to shape and tone the muscles so your legs have a great shape. If you aren’t eating healthy and doing cardio those sexy muscles are going to be hidden no matter how many squats you do. Gaining muscle helps, it increases the metabolism thus burning more calories, but you have to work the rest of your body and have a clean diet too.

    Try to do one video or pick five exercises and do 3 sets of 8-12 reps (or until you feel the burn) about 3-4 days a week. Do cardio 3-5 days a week too, it can be running, biking, swimming, Zumba, kickboxing, whatever gets your heart pounding and sweat dripping. You can combine strength workouts and cardio into the same day if you want. Make sure to eat protein after your workouts, it helps build muscle!

    These are, in my opinion, the best thigh and leg exercises and videos. I’ve included links to instructions for most of the exercises and a variety that you can do at home or at the gym. If you workout at home try to get some 8-10 lbs dumbbells, or get a backpack/duffel bag and fill it with heavy books to challenge yourself.

    If you have access to a gym try these machines & equipment:

    If you don’t have access to a gym try these exercises at home:

    These are my favorite leg videos:

    (via prettyfitbody)

  • I am a little ashamed to admit I haven’t worked out in a month, probably even a little more. But I just finished a work-out today and I forgot how amazing it feels. 

  • Sorry Folks

    I’ve been a little busy the past few days.

    Anyway, I’m home for a week. One thing I like about being home is I tend to eat super healthy than at my apartment. 

    Today’s exercise log.

    I ran on the tredmil for 15 minutes -175 calories

    20 Squats with weights

    20 Crunches

    10 Lunges per leg with weights

    10 Crunches

    20 Calf raises with weights

    20 Crunches

    Repeat 5 cycles

  • 150lbsto120lbs:

    This exercise targets: glutes, hamstrings and lower back

    For this exercise, you will need: an exercise mat and a stepper or something elevated 

    Lie on your back with your knees in a straight angle. Place your feet on a stepper. Keep your feet and knees together. Your arms are by your sides with the palms facing down. 

    Push through your heels and lift your butt off the floor. During this exercise your knees, hips and shoulders should form a straight line. Pause in that position for a second while keeping your back straight and glutes tight. During the entire exercise, push your knees toward each other. Return to the starting position. 


    When raising your hips off the floor, keep your glutes tight and make sure your knees, hips, and shoulders form a straight line. 

    Make sure you do not hyper-extend your back. 

    You can perform this exercise without a stepper. If you are doing this, lift your toes off the ground when you raise your hips. 

    Place a towel between your knees to ensure you are pushing your knees toward each other. 

    Advanced: Place a dumbbell between your knees. 

    Exhale as you lift your hips off the floor and inhale as you return to the starting position. 

    Beginners: 10 repetitions 

    Intermediate level: 15 repetitions 

    Advanced level: 20 repetitions 

    (Source: , via carlysjourney)