Train Hard or Go Home

My name is Taelor. I do my best to live a fit & healthy lifestyle, and to inspire others to do so also! And I wanna get my personal training certification once I turn 18! Any questions? Just ask! I'm happy to help!

Stats:
Age - 15
Height - 4'11
SW - 104 lbs.
CW- 104 lbs.
GW: 100 lbs.
UGW - 96 lbs.
BMI - 21
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WOD: Plyometic Cardio Circuit

Notes - I was in good spirits today while doing this workout, and I did it well. I just need to push harder and stop taking so many breaks.

Day 21

WOD: Rest.

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Day 22

WOD: Pure Cardio & Cardio Abs

Notes - Since my core is what I need to work on most, I really appreciate the Pure Cardio & Cardio Abs workouts and put a lot of effort into them. I was feeling slightly lethargic earlier, but after working out, i don’t feel that way anymore.

thinandfitspo:

To be thinner, do cardio!! To get rid of the fat overlaying your muscles, DO CARDIO!!

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hot-fitness-babes:

its who you think youre not

hot-fitness-babes:

I’m stronger then my insecurities

hot-fitness-babes:

Be Healthy be happy

wiishfulshrinking:

Beach Body Workout

Shock your muscles to get it into sizzling shape.

To burn more fat and build more lean muscle, you have to throw your body a curveball. According to researchers, training this way can torch about 500 calories an hour, plus an extra 300 calories in the 24 hours after your workout. What’s more, the plan is super-simple. All you need are two pairs of dumbbells (one light and one heavy; try five to 10 pounds for the lighter ones, 10 to 20 pounds for the heavier set, and adjust if needed), and each routine takes a little more than 30 minutes.

Get With the Plan
You’ll complete three workouts a week on nonconsecutive days, alternating between workout A and workout B. For each workout, perform the 10 moves on these pages as a circuit. When you’ve finished all of them, rest for a minute, then repeat the entire circuit two or three more times.

Workout A: Use the heavier weights. For each exercise, perform as many reps as you can in 30 seconds. Rest for 30 seconds between exercises.

Workout B: Use the lighter weights. For each exercise, perform as many reps as you can in 50 seconds. Rest for 10 seconds between exercises.

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