- Weight: 173 lbs (loss of 1.3 lbs)
- Bust: 42 1/2"
- Waist: 40"
- Hips: 43"
My sister, Jessica, has a one-year-old little boy. That right there makes her more active than me, but because of this she did have trouble fitting a workout into her daily schedule. Due to bad weather and not being able to make it to the gym, she often skipped the running portion of the routine and doubled up the other activities for the day. She also told me that at first she thought the routine was too easy so she doubled the activity. However, this made her really sore the next day and she ended up doing less overall because she was so sore.
Sara has a job that keeps her on her feet all day. Unlike me, her after work activities actually get her up and moving. Sara reported back to me two major things. First, she lost about two pounds during the ten day challenge. Secondly, although she didn't like the running portion of the routine, it had caused her to cut back on smoking! I think she and I might start training to run marathons if that's what it is going to take to keep my BFF from smoking! (Just kidding, Sara...or am I...?) She also said that this routine fit in easily into her daily routine and would probably be a good warm-up, but she would need more to actually see a big difference. She also said, "This was a great starter workout program for someone like me who hasn't worked out in a long time to get ya back in the swing of things. I'm motivated to pick up the pace now and really get in shape." I think that is a really awesome thing for someone to say about any workout routine. It is always so much easier to work out and get healthy when you have friends and family by your side to help you out and motivate you along the way!