Start with the warm up. Then, complete 3 rounds of circuit A, rest 2-5 minutes, complete 3 rounds of circuit B, rest 2-5 minutes, then end the workout with 1 round of the finisher. Within each circuit move from one exercise to the next with minimal rest. Within each circuit the reps decrease with each round. See the reps column for each circuit. For each exercise choose a weight that is challenging but allows you to keep moving at a quick pace.
I know there’s a wide range of feelings about Valentine’s Day. Some people are all hearts and kisses and candy and flowers and others can’t stand the consumerism of it. But hey, it’s a day that serves as a reminder to really celebrate the people we love. Be a hater if you want but its a lot more fun to spend time with your favorite person or people while maybe sipping a little champagne or nibbling on chocolates.
We’re two weeks into 2017. How are your resolutions going? Are you going strong? Are you downward spiraling into a world of donuts and negativity?
The end of the year is a great time to reflect and set new goals but you do not become a different person at midnight on December 31st. You still like ice cream and wine and pizza and hate running at 12:01am on January 1st. This is not a reason to give up and decide that you’re incapable of change. You are absolutely capable! Change is a process. It takes time, dedication to new habits and a little discomfort. As you continue with your resolutions keep this quote in mind: