Since I’ve been having problems with sticking to a routine this fall (I did great up until September & then everything spiraled downhill on me). I’ve decided that I was going to make a hybrid workout schedule for the month–if I manage to stick with it, I’ll make a longer one for the new year.
The workouts are a mixture of programs–some I have the DVDs of (which is good, since one of the programs isn’t carried any more), and others I will have to log into the online platform to do. I don’t mind doing “on-line” workouts–except for there are times that I don’t want to be getting on my computer after work, which is why it’s good to have physical DVDs (or one can also go to a gym–but that isn’t my cup of tea when it comes to working out).
The programs are also a mix of strength training (I do love LIIFT4), yoga/pilates (PiYo & Yoga Booty Ballet), and cardio. When it comes to our health and fitness, there isn’t a one size fits all in terms of programs (or nutritional advice either). I’ve decided that while I can do programs from start to finish–some times I need variety and that is where my hybrid schedule is going to come into play.
This schedule may also change–I might try to sub in an 80 Day Obsession workout during the Christmas holiday instead of one of the shorter ones that I have currently listed. The only way to know if I would enjoy the workouts is to give them a try. So far day 1 is complete–I do enjoy the cardio dance workout of Country Heat.