Wednesday, September 06, 2006

A new program

Since my anniversary trip, I've pretty much been a complete workout slacker. But, to my credit, my DH and I did join a rock climbing gym and have been going for about an hour 3 or more times per week. So that counts, right? Haha. Mixed in with the rock climbing have been a few sessions on the cardio machines at work and one weight session. But today, I've decided to stop making excuses. So what if I'm supposed to be moving and have packed up my entire house? My weights and shoes are still accessible, and now there's more space to workout that before I packed everything up. So basically, there's no reason to be such a slacker.

I've decided to follow the plan from The Body Sculpting Bible for Women. It's basically 3 total body workouts per week and 3 cardio/abs sessions per week. Every 2 weeks, the program changes a bit, progressing from traditional reps and sets to super and then giant sets in the last 2 weeks. I'm going to do it for at least the 6 week timeframe, and may do it twice, depending on how it's working at the end of the 6 weeks. (Probably, Cathe's new releases, will affect the 2nd round as well). Plus, we're going to climb 3 days a week, too. But that won't count as my actual workout for the day.

Eatingwise, I've also been a slacker, though lunches and snacks have been pretty good. I've just been taking a lot of cheat days, going out for dinner more than my alloted 2 times per week. I'm going to focus on getting back on track with eating, but I'm not stressing out about it until we've actually gotten moved into the new place and have all the appliances hooked up and kitchen unpacked. But within the next two weeks, eating should be easy to be back 100% on track. :)

1 comment:

Pablo said...

Keep it up and get back to workin' out! I've gotten a bit lazy the last couple of weeks too so it's time for me to pick it up!