Interesting Workout Site / New Timer
So I was poking around on YouTube.com the other day and was looking for a full body workout that only took about 15 to 20 minutes. I actually stumbled upon a pretty decent site in the process. I found this video:
Seemed kinda cheesy at first. I was looking for a workout not … Well… I don’t know how to put it nicely, but let’s just say that a decent workout and site to go with it was not what I expected when I clicked that link. Check out the actual site http://www.bodyrock.tv/
Anywho, I watched a few of the workout vids and they’re all good, least what I watched. The nice thing is that the site has recipes too and a breakdown of the workout. Which is really nice since 85% of any type of weight-gain / weight-loss goal is your intake. As far as the exercises on there I adapted some of them into my Wing Chun warmup. The different kind of push-ups, mountain climbers where the leg next to the chest remains off the ground( there’s probably a name for that ), etc.
I also bought a Gymboss timer which I used today for the first time and I like. It’s going to come in handy for getting the Mok Jong under a minute. My first use of the timer was to run 3.8 miles. 1 minute on, 1 minute off. Earlier this summer I was up to 3.65 miles continuous. I got the flu for some reason… and it seriously destroyed me. I quit running for 2 months straight, and to add insult to injury I skipped a month of Wing Chun during that time as well… end result… Gained 10lbs, and it wasn’t muscle.
So, the goal is to pop back down to 165lbs, I’m about 190 right now. I added a Food Journal section to this site, top right of the page. So for the next two months I suspect I’ll be updating it. If you don’t track what you eat you fall off the wagon. That’s all I got for today.
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