There are a ton of fitness routines out there that promise fast results with little effort. Well, I've decided to examine those physical challenges and test out how well they actually work. I'm not a fitness guru or nutritionist. I'm just a normal person with bad habits and low motivation, but I'm looking to turn that around. So, let's take a physical examination of how well some of these fitness routines actually work.

Monday, April 4, 2016

Popsugar 30-Minute Shape-Up Session: Start Up

All-Over Workout  POP Sugar Fitness:  

Today I am going to start the Popsugar 30-Minute Shape-Up Session.  This routine doesn't have a timeline as to when you are supposed to end and look fabulous so I'm going to try to do it every day for a week.  

I really like how this routine doesn't tell you to do a quantity of moves, but tells you to do as many as you can within a minute time frame.  I'm always losing count when trying to do a lot of repetitions, especially when working out with a partner.  Chatting eventually happens and then you're both standing there like "Did we just do twenty squats or a thousand?"  Anyway, you can follow this link to the original website where they explain the moves in more depth.  Also, get a nice training timer on your phone to keep track of your time instead of counting the seconds in your head.  I like the HIIT Interval Training Timer.

Ending Stats:
  • Weight: 173.8 lbs
  • Bust: 42 1/2"
  • Waist: 40"
  • Hips: 43"

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