Eat more jellybeans.
Just kidding. But seriously, how adorable are those AT&T commercials with the round-table kid discussions?!
I realize I’m a bit late to this as, well, it’s already January 2nd. The good news is, I’m not much for making grand resolutions that I know i’ll end up breaking early into the new year. No, I’m better off setting achievable goals as the year progresses and the time is right. I find it easier to set a specific time table, like when training for a marathon, and working to hit specific goals on my way from point A to point B. I hold myself more accountable that way and find to be far more successful.
So, for the month of January, I’m focusing on cross training with a few runs thrown in when I have an opportunity… and the weather is right.
Despite being on the tail end of a 7 day plague, I was able to sneak in 2 workouts last night: A 10-minute fat blasting circuit and a 10-minute Arm/Ab/Leg circuit. My butt and thighs are actually pretty sore today, which means it’s working, as I can usually run for hours without feeling any burn at all.
You can find both workouts HERE.
My goal is to rotate the workouts on this website 3x a week, along with the 30-day yoga challenge, in hopes of developing a more toned body for when my spring training begins. I may extend this into February as well, but we will see how things go.
Overall in 2014, I’d love to be more toned and cut, eat a bit healthier, and really focus on developing a love for life deeper than it has been lately.
What about you? Are you a resolution person, or do you prefer to manage goals in smaller chunks?