So I've switched to a new exercise routine and it's awesome. Until now I was faithfully doing Billy Blank's bootcamp cardio routine. Yet, my workout changed to:
5 to 10 minutes warm up (mainly stretches and pilates workout)
20 minutes intense workout:
- all exercises were 20s On, 10s off X 4 rounds
- burpees+reverse lunges
- 2 swing jumps+quick feet
- rocket squats
- high knees
- 3 hop kicks+3 pulse squats
- cross crunches getups
- jacks+cross toe touches
- mountain climbers
- lateral jumps and knees
- double butt kickers
10 minutes of Rhomboids, Shoulders, Biceps and Triceps workouts
10 minutes of abs and oblique workout
- standing pike crunch
- capt morgan diagonal pass (2 kilos weight)
- jumping oblique twists
- torso rotations
- high knee chops
- waist pinchers
The best part is that I really feel the burn...I haven't felt it in a while
I was doing Billy Blanks too last year. I enjoyed that. He was kind of fun.
though lately as I'm just doing some maintenance stuff, and I really prefer the outdoors, I just jog/walk around the parks. My job is pretty physical, so I don't worry too much about burning or muscle loss or whatever, I just need to control my diet.
Haha Billy 'keep em tight Blanks. Did his ab and normal aerobic video for months year over year, with lots of set backs, but he kept on pushing. :-D Could never manage more than twenty minutes on his hardest video though.
Last active phase started somewhere in september, cardio(running or bycicle) every second day,the other days were either BB, later on some more P90X, but mainly for some ab training and the usual push ups. One day a planche isn' t gonna be just a dream anymore. Two months later, 15kg lighter(bouncing between 73-75kg now) I got some friends to join a gym again. Now doing leg/breast/shoulder split with squat, bench press and dead lift as compounds with some axillary stuff to work the different regions. Trying to get some serious back work done each week too, as that was my main reason to go there anyway. A bit worried because I keep my weight despite eating good for some gains, and cardio is mostly dead to me too, just not enough time or to hinder the growth.
Last edited by Schabrak; November 29, 2012 at 06:49 AM.
ok, I decided that enough is enough.... but only next month
bu seriously, with the new internship I finally will have money to buy healthy food and to pay for the gym. I'll cut the sugar and the alcohol for 3 months or so.
I'll combine cardio with boxing workouts.
Right now I'm with 90kg, what it's a lot for a guy with 1,7m. My utopic dream is to lose 20 kgs until the end of next year.