What youtube workout did you do today?

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  • DancingMoosie
    DancingMoosie Posts: 8,586 Member
    Sydney's 30 min Butt and Abs
    Live step (uploaded)
    And then a jog at the park🏃‍♀️
  • DancingMoosie
    DancingMoosie Posts: 8,586 Member
    Sydney's upper push and cardio

    Basic/Int Step
  • Deedoyle9721
    Deedoyle9721 Posts: 422 Member
    edited July 2020
    Low impact Tabata once in a while. Think I have really poor discipline and feel very demotivated to exercise. Struggling to lose weight 😢
    Well, you're in the right place (my fitness pal) to help with motivation!

    I really do not enjoy working out but have been doing it steady (5 days a week, 150+ hours a week with some exceptions) since 2012. In the beginning, I had to make myself do it but after a short while, it becomes habit & feels normal. I do it 1st thing in the morning so it's out of the way and I don't have to think about it.

    Have a friend(s) that are like-minded to be accountable to.

    After a while you will see results and that really helps with motivation!

    And also have your strong "why"!

    (mine are: I am 56 and I don't want to be an unhealthy overweight menopausal weak woman!

    I want to live a long healthy life & meet my great-grandchildren and my great-great-grandchildren! [My oldest grandson is 13 so it is possible!]

    And of course, I want to wear cute clothes and it's nice to see all your hard work and effort has paid off when you look at your reflection in the mirror!)

    So I wish you good luck and great results! I hope to see you post your next workout!
  • Deedoyle9721
    Deedoyle9721 Posts: 422 Member
    edited July 2020
    I workout with a hangover, it helps to sweat it out. Lol
    Wowza!!! You're a better woman than me! GO YOU!!! :)

  • Deedoyle9721
    Deedoyle9721 Posts: 422 Member
    Due to my Morton's neuroma in my R foot I only lasted 15 minutes before my foot was in much pain :( So I quickly chose another workout...



    Much to my dismay, this had many planks (I hate planks) but I did my best, many times lowering into my knees.
  • charmmeth
    charmmeth Posts: 936 Member
    I really do not enjoy working out but have been doing it steady (5 days a week, 150+ hours a week with some exceptions) since 2012.

    Sounds like you have great workout discipline going here, but ... 150+ hours per week? At five days each week that would be 30+ hours per day which is clearly not what you mean. Should this be minutes, I wonder? I am curious as I am trying to work out a sensible exercise plan for myself.
  • Deedoyle9721
    Deedoyle9721 Posts: 422 Member
    edited July 2020
    charmmeth wrote: »
    I really do not enjoy working out but have been doing it steady (5 days a week, 150+ hours a week with some exceptions) since 2012.

    Sounds like you have great workout discipline going here, but ... 150+ hours per week? At five days each week that would be 30+ hours per day which is clearly not what you mean. Should this be minutes, I wonder? I am curious as I am trying to work out a sensible exercise plan for myself.

    lol, silly me - yes minutes!

    Here is an article: Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans by The Department of Health and Human Services
    https://www.hhs.gov/fitness/be-active/physical-activity-guidelines-for-americans/index.html

    My weekly goal is M-F 200 min at 40 min each workout (strength training mostly with yoga, palates & cardio thrown in there)
    My minimum goal is 150 min if I should miss a day. Most people would make it up on the weekends but did I mention that I don't enjoy working out? Me and weekend workouts don't go together! I many times have active weekends but not doing a workout in front of my tv!

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    In 2012 (pictures below) I entered a contest and lost 31lbs. I kept it off for several years but then... I let it go and gained back about 15 which I've been trying to lose for a couple of years! I tried many different things and when I got on here, entering my food daily - It Worked!!!
    I'm down 11lbs with 5 lbs to go!

    I also think accountability really works! Keep posting! I'm here M-F! We can be accountable to each other! I wish you all the best!

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  • netitheyeti
    netitheyeti Posts: 539 Member
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  • DancingMoosie
    DancingMoosie Posts: 8,586 Member
    I did this yoga flow yesterday

    Today...
    Sydney's legs and abs
    Karla's repeaters step and pump

    and probably some other yoga type workout later...
  • slessofme
    slessofme Posts: 7,720 Member
  • Deedoyle9721
    Deedoyle9721 Posts: 422 Member


    This was too advanced for me... did it much slower and with breaks or substituted a different ab exercise
  • DancingMoosie
    DancingMoosie Posts: 8,586 Member
    Sydney's arms and shoulders
    Jenny Ford int step
  • netitheyeti
    netitheyeti Posts: 539 Member
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  • Kupla71
    Kupla71 Posts: 463 Member
    It’s been too hot out to go for my usual walks so I tried a Leslie Sansone walking video. It keeps me moving and I enjoyed it which I can’t say for all workout videos! Also I think it’s something I can stick with which is important because consistency is a problem for me.
  • DancingMoosie
    DancingMoosie Posts: 8,586 Member
    Sydney's cardio bootcamp
    And Karla's live step and pump(will be uploaded later)
  • netitheyeti
    netitheyeti Posts: 539 Member
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    it's my rest day, so I did this + went for a short walk (3km)
  • bartoksanon
    bartoksanon Posts: 3 Member
    edited July 2020

    I've been using this video for years. First on VHS, then CD now youtube.
  • netitheyeti
    netitheyeti Posts: 539 Member
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  • lintvar85
    lintvar85 Posts: 8 Member
    edited July 2020
    Yoga with Adriene.

    She has videos for all levels, all kinds of situations, and monthly yoga schedules. Weight loss, injury, stress relief, anything and everything.

    She also has a cute dog named Benji that’s sometimes in her videos.
  • Deedoyle9721
    Deedoyle9721 Posts: 422 Member
    Basic/Int Step

    I'll give it a try! :)