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What youtube workout did you do today?

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  • DancingMoosieDancingMoosie Member Posts: 5,704 Member Member Posts: 5,704 Member
    Sydney's upper + cardio


    Followed by...

    And Karla live with intermediate step

    edited August 8
  • netitheyetinetitheyeti Member Posts: 444 Member Member Posts: 444 Member
  • CeeBeeSlimCeeBeeSlim Member Posts: 648 Member Member Posts: 648 Member
    @DancingMoosie - I may have asked you this but can’t recall. Apologies if I did. But as a newbie finishing up a second consecutive strong curves program, I was getting a bit bored and got interested in Cummings’ daily workouts - something new every day!! If I started those - that’s not the same as a progressive overload program or is it? My goals are to tighten up - maybe lose 5 more lbs, but really just want to tighten up core, legs - nothing major. Would I lose the muscle tone i gained if i switched? Are you making sure you progress even if her program changes daily? Or should I just suck it up and start a new true progressive overload program, even if I get bored from the structure? Hope this is clear.
  • veggiepatveggiepat Member Posts: 120 Member Member Posts: 120 Member
    Did a one mile Gina B., Up To The Beat, Abba walk. Got me inspired to go for more!https://youtube.com/watch?v=4wAzRW2LCus
    edited August 9
  • veggiepatveggiepat Member Posts: 120 Member Member Posts: 120 Member
  • mytyglotzmytyglotz Member Posts: 1,005 Member Member Posts: 1,005 Member
    alexmose wrote: »
    Team body project 30min low impact. Got my heart rate up!!

    Original Poster, thank you SO much for starting this discussion!! :) (I have it starred for future reference to all of these fabulous recommendations. I cannot thank y'All enough!!)

    I discovered Team Body Project on YouTube in December 2019 after looking for some low-impact structured exercise routines to help me recover from some injuries as I've been sidelined from my jogging regime. I felt so defeated in the search - until I took a chance on Team Body Project and "press(ed) play" for the very first time on a December day. Since then, I've found so much more joy in movement, and the thrill and energy I get from their workouts counter the grief and despair I feel from not jogging for so long.

    I am a Team Body Project-er for life!!
  • CeeBeeSlimCeeBeeSlim Member Posts: 648 Member Member Posts: 648 Member
    Needed a rest day:

  • CeeBeeSlimCeeBeeSlim Member Posts: 648 Member Member Posts: 648 Member
    Um. Yeah. Not a rest video. Wrong link.

    Here the correct one.

  • DancingMoosieDancingMoosie Member Posts: 5,704 Member Member Posts: 5,704 Member
    CeeBeeSlim wrote: »
    @DancingMoosie - I may have asked you this but can’t recall. Apologies if I did. But as a newbie finishing up a second consecutive strong curves program, I was getting a bit bored and got interested in Cummings’ daily workouts - something new every day!! If I started those - that’s not the same as a progressive overload program or is it? My goals are to tighten up - maybe lose 5 more lbs, but really just want to tighten up core, legs - nothing major. Would I lose the muscle tone i gained if i switched? Are you making sure you progress even if her program changes daily? Or should I just suck it up and start a new true progressive overload program, even if I get bored from the structure? Hope this is clear.

    I have to say that her program is very different from what I did in the weight room. When I do squats, bench, ohp, row, deadlifts...it's very easy to see progress/progression by adding weight over time. When doing something like Sydney's program, it's just different. She does talk about progression, but sometimes it's more reps, or less rest, or a slight variation of a movement that makes it more difficult. I don't have enough variety of weights at home to make it as straight forward as "add 1lb" each week. I just go with it. I have not had access to a gym or weight room since March. I don't feel that I've lost muscle tone, and I've asked my sister and husband if I look different(they both say no).
    If you're bored, try something that interests you. You can always go back to a more straight forward progressive overload lifting program. Maybe strong curves is too lower body focused for you? I like Sydney's workouts because she covers everything. It might not be the best way to become a body builder, but people have made very successful transformations from following her programs.
  • DancingMoosieDancingMoosie Member Posts: 5,704 Member Member Posts: 5,704 Member
    Sydney's strength and conditioning
  • netitheyetinetitheyeti Member Posts: 444 Member Member Posts: 444 Member
  • stacybaker707stacybaker707 Member Posts: 126 Member Member Posts: 126 Member
    What a cool thread! I went on a walk with my two sisters today and we were talking about turning to youtube for quarantine workouts.
    Thanks ao much!
  • netitheyetinetitheyeti Member Posts: 444 Member Member Posts: 444 Member
  • CeeBeeSlimCeeBeeSlim Member Posts: 648 Member Member Posts: 648 Member
    @DancingMoosie. I’m no bodybuilder and just wanna look good naked! 😂. This is probably heresy but I’m not as concerned with how much I can squat or deadlift or bench press, although it was kinda cool to see my ability to lift more weight increase. I’ll give her a try! Thanks.
  • veggiepatveggiepat Member Posts: 120 Member Member Posts: 120 Member
    Didn't feel very well today, and did a 20 minute Soul Sessions workout with Gina B. from Up to the Beat Fitness. Actually felt better after a did it! Woo Hoo! [url="
  • netitheyetinetitheyeti Member Posts: 444 Member Member Posts: 444 Member
    today was fun :)nybykh9vokwo.png
  • slessofmeslessofme Member Posts: 6,810 Member Member Posts: 6,810 Member
  • DancingMoosieDancingMoosie Member Posts: 5,704 Member Member Posts: 5,704 Member
    CeeBeeSlim wrote: »
    @DancingMoosie. I’m no bodybuilder and just wanna look good naked! 😂. This is probably heresy but I’m not as concerned with how much I can squat or deadlift or bench press, although it was kinda cool to see my ability to lift more weight increase. I’ll give her a try! Thanks.

    I like to think that if you want a certain type of physique, you should do the exercise/sport that person does. So, if you like Sydney's, do her workouts. Similarly, if you like a gymnast's build, do gymnastics, or if you want to look like a lifter, lift🤷‍♀️ I know that you really shouldn't compare.yourself to others and we are all different, but it's just a general idea.
  • crystalsan726crystalsan726 Member Posts: 773 Member Member Posts: 773 Member
    mytyglotz wrote: »
    alexmose wrote: »
    Team body project 30min low impact. Got my heart rate up!!

    Original Poster, thank you SO much for starting this discussion!! :) (I have it starred for future reference to all of these fabulous recommendations. I cannot thank y'All enough!!)

    I discovered Team Body Project on YouTube in December 2019 after looking for some low-impact structured exercise routines to help me recover from some injuries as I've been sidelined from my jogging regime. I felt so defeated in the search - until I took a chance on Team Body Project and "press(ed) play" for the very first time on a December day. Since then, I've found so much more joy in movement, and the thrill and energy I get from their workouts counter the grief and despair I feel from not jogging for so long.

    I am a Team Body Project-er for life!!

    I love their workouts! I actually enjoy working out when I do their videos. I to was in a slump feeling hopeless because I can't do some exercises because of my hands/wrists. I had only done a few of their workouts last year and when I tried them again a few weeks ago I felt so hopeful and encouraged. I am making them my main you tube workout to focus on because they retrain your brain instead of thinking exercising is a pain or punishment they say any movement is fun and it's about loving your body. I love that!
  • crystalsan726crystalsan726 Member Posts: 773 Member Member Posts: 773 Member
    Didn't have time for a long morning workout. I loved this one by Team Body Project

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