T25 – What doesn’t kill me makes me… well, maybe



Shaun T says: get in there and focus! Ash and I started this on Monday so yeah, we’re  only on day 3. So far, I am feeling the burn. The first day was cardio and yesterday was “speed 1.0”, which was slightly easier in that there were a lot of yoga stretches. These  proved easy for me but Ash had trouble with balancing. I can tell you that I love the 25 minute countdown and the loading bar for each exercise. And last night went by so quickly compared to day one. I can’t expect every day to fly by but if they are so intense that they breeze by, I will be happy.

The plan is to stick to it as best we can. I like that we tend to do it after the kids go to sleep (so anywhere from 8:15-8:30) and then I make it past that 9 PM slump I was in for the longest time. I work out for 25 minutes, do a 2 minute cool down, rinse off, then go wash dishes and bottles or catch up on other little chores. This was exactly what I was looking for! I juts hope it can tone my body in the ways I want. I’m not looking to be a model; I just want to be thinner. I don’t need to have ridiculously defined abs; I just want less leftover baby flab. I want to go to the beach and feel relatively comfortable in a bathing suit. And besides, I didn’t think I was that out of shape until we started and I want to keep my health. I’ll be 35 in 15 days!

2 thoughts on “T25 – What doesn’t kill me makes me… well, maybe

  1. Way to go! T25 is on my radar as a possible program in the future. I’m currently doing Les Mills Combat & loving it. I’m a big fan of Beachbody programs (even became a coach!) – and I’ve heard great things about T25. Glad to hear you’re enjoying it!!

  2. Nick and I have a plan–in less than two weeks the boys are both in swim lessons at the rec center. We will be taking advantage of the half hour that gives us there and doing something–running the indoor track, swimming, or exercise bike. Just to get moving until the weather allows outdoor activity–like the dreaded running.
    For us motivation and time are the hardest to carve out of the days we have.

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