In the past, my workouts have always felt similar to this...
My husband has been on the fitness bandwagon ever since our first son was born in 2004. He has completed a full marathon and several half marathons and is about to start doing these things called "adventure races".
Me? Well, I've been resisting anything that sounding like "exercise" and I've been enjoying eating whatever I please. "I'm nursing" has always been my excuse :) Ha.
My hubs inspires me. Truly. He grows on me. Like mold. But he smells WAY better than mold. And for the record, there is no fungus growing on me.....but I digress.
I've started officially working out. Daily. Even on a nutrition plan!
My kids think I've lost my noodle as we have ousted all the junk food from our cupboards. It's baby steps people. I've replaced cookies with carrots and brownies with bananas and apples.
I'm not so much concerned with losing weight as I am as just our family, as a whole, being intentional with our nutrition and health.
My good friend,Lyz, is also a newbie to this fitness world. She incorporates cross country skiing into her routine and pretends it's not exercise. Keep goin' Lyz!
The program I personally follow is done through Beachbody. TJ is following P90X which I'd rather skin myself alive than do that routine.
I am following Turbofire. I like Turbofire because it's short workouts and I can fit it into my schedule everyday very easily. Not to mention it's FUN!!!!!
But I do whine. A lot. Don't worry, I'll get over myself.
But anyways, our local marathon is coming up this spring and my husband will be writing posts to keep those of you who may be interested in training for the full or half marathon this year informed in how you can reach your goal.
Do you have fitness goals this year?