This post has been requested a few times now, so I decided I should finally do it, and I am so sorry its late. Also, I got my blogging notebook now so there will be much more fun posts soon. Lets get started now!
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, I usually do some kind of sport or exercise so I recently played volleyball for two hours after school and there would be games on Saturdays. However, volleyball season recently ended so instead, I go to the gym every Thursday after school. On Tuesday, I do not go to the gym because I mentor someone from 5-6 pm.
When I am at the gym, I usually do the same routine. This involves running on the treadmill at a steady pace for one mile and seeing how well I did. I usually try to increase my speed a little each time because, in school we have to run the mile as a P.E. assignment in class. After I run a mile, I go to the different machines which most people don’t consider to be helpful but I think it has strengthened my muscles. The machines I usually use are ones that help me tone my legs such as leg curler, leg presser and outer thigh machines. I also do a lot of upper arm work outs. I do each machine for about 10×3 or 10×5 times depending on the machines.
After I finish with the machinery, I start doing my own at home cardio…but at the gym. This involves push-ups, sit-ups, and more. I finish at the gym by stretching so I don’t pull too many muscles.
I then move on to the swimming pool where I mostly relax my muscles by staying in the jacuzzi, and then going to the pool, and doing pull-ups on the edge. I might also do some underwater swimming to see if my body can take more time underwater. Such as, seeing how many laps I can swim without going up from the water. I may also do some normal laps or just talk with Ebba while floating. My whole workout routine takes about two hours, including the swimming pool. I enjoy working out and I am so happy that I have closeness to the gym. All in all, my exercise routine works for me, it may not work for you so just try to experiment with whatever works for you.