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Time to my next challange!

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I just came back from a vacation in Vegas, it was great! But what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas so I will not share any pictures here:) I just found this company that send you out a text message when your milk has expired, good or unnecessary?

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There is always two people involved in a photo- the photographer and the viewer!

09 Jun 2012 no comments / READ MORE
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Try this awesome treadmill workout!
• 0-2:00 – Jog at 5 mph
• 2:10-4:00 – Run at 7.5 mph
• 4:10-5:00 – Run at 10 mph
• 5:10-7:00 – Run at 7.5 mph
• 7:10-8:00 – Lower speed to 1.5 mph, perform walking lunges, always alternating legs
• 8:10-12:00 – Run at 7.5 mph
• 12:10-17:00 – Lower speed to 3.5 mph, turn around and run/jog backwards
• 17:10-20:00 – Turn around and run forwards at 7.5 mph
• 20:10-21:00 – Lower speed to 1.5 mph, perform walking lunges
• 21:10-24:00 – Run at 8 mph
• 24:10-27:00 – Raise incline to 12%, run at 5 mph
• 27:10-28:00 – With incline at 12%, run/jog backwards at 2.5 mph
• 28:10-32:00 – Lower incline to 0%, turn around and run at 8 mph
• 32:10-34:00 – Run at 9 mph
• 34:10-36:00 – Run at 5.5 mph
• 36:10-38:00 – Lower speed to 1.5 mph, perform walking lunges
• 38:00-44:00 – Raise speed to 3.5 mph, turn around and run/jog backwards
• 44:10-47:00 – Raise incline to 15%, run at 4.5 mph
• 47:10-48:00 – Step off treadmill and perform as many body weight squats as possible
• 48:10-51:00 – Get back on treadmill, lower incline to 0%, run at 8 mph
• 51:10-53:00 – Lower speed to 1.5 mph, perform walking lunges
• 53:10-55:00 – Run at 9 mph
• 55:10-57:00 – Raise incline to 20%, run at 4 mph
• 57:10-60:00 – Lower incline to 0%, run at 9 mph
• Get off treadmill – Perform 40 squat jumps.

You’re looking at that and thinking…WOW..that looks complicated. First off, don’t let yourself get overwhelmed. Yes there are a lot of things going on, but all it involves is pressing a button or two, and turning around here and there. That’s it. I’ve used this workout myself, as well as with clients, both real-life and remote. The positive changes it brings about are outstanding.
This workout is going to change how you look at treadmills forever. Incorporate it into a complete exercise routine on cardio days, but prepare to feel serious muscle soreness the first couple times. Keep your head down, stick it out, bump speeds and/or times as you progress and get ready to watch your body transform, both inside and out.

05 Jun 2012 no comments / READ MORE