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Posted: Tue Mar 11, 2008 8:17 pm
I'm not starting this workout yet, but I will be on Friday. Most of my current workouts are very unstructured but I am also in gymnastics. Its a beginners class so I'm not amazing, but the cardio is insane and we do some pretty hardcore BW workouts every class. That's tomorrow, I don't expect to walk on Thursday.
This program looks good. Maybe something I can stick to.
Posted: Tue Mar 18, 2008 12:38 pm
So I finally got to do my first simple fit workout.
I put it off until I could convince my dad to do it with me.
I did level 4 and completed 10 sets very easily, I could have done more but I was going at my fathers pace.
He did level 3 and completed 9 sets.
Posted: Tue Mar 18, 2008 10:22 pm
Way to go, Matthew.
I bet if if everyone here gave you one piece of advice, a lot would say to not lose the fitness that you have as a teenager by becoming lazy as you get older.
I also think it is great that you are getting your dad involved. He seems to be in pretty good shape, too. A little competitive spirit can help as well.
Good luck with the gymnastics.
Posted: Tue Mar 25, 2008 12:42 pm
I missed day two because of family problems and school, but i got back into it with L5D3. I completed all of the repetitions in 9 minutes.
L5D1 I completed 13 sets in 15 minutes. I had to quit early because I needed to get ready for school.
My father did 11 sets in 12 minutes. Afterwards, he walked a mile
Thanks for the encouragement David. I understand completely about not losing your fitness. The lack of fitness isn't even hidden in my family. I am just striving to not fall back. My father did this and is wanting to lose weight, so I figure I will help him.
Not Simple Fit
Posted: Wed Mar 26, 2008 6:07 pm
I can finally do a good roundoff. Took me long enough.
6 Second Handstand
5 Handstand Push ups
5 Assisted Push ups
70 Push Ups
My arms are tired.
I think I'm going to wait until Saturday morning to do my Simple Fit Day 2