- Weight: 133.2 lbs.
- No workout today; next: Workout C, Dec. 10
- Total inches: 121.9
- Protein: 128 g (2 g over target)
- Calories: 2,207
I wanted to change up my workout routine for December. It felt like I hit a plateau with Workouts A and B.
Reading through “The 4-Hour Body” [Amazon | iTunes aff. links] again, I found three options. The first was to focus on kettlebell swings (page 162). This was my original direction, but I saw more choices.
The second was “From Geek to Freak,” a series of 10 exercises, most using gym equipment (page 187). I looked for home options for each one, but decided it was too complicated for me right now.
The third was to split into pushing, pulling and leg exercises (page 221). Again, it was too complicated in tracking the days between workouts.
So I followed through on my original choice: kettlebell swings on Mondays and Fridays (Workout C), with barbell and dumbbell work on Wednesdays (Workout D).
I’m looking for more rapid development throughout the month on my arms, waist and hips. I’m also shooting for a lower body fat percentage by year’s end.
My total workout time (which I’ve forgotten to include in my monthly reports) for December will exceed October and November combined. But it won’t be much, about 4 hours total.
I’ve also done some walking around the neighborhood, which I’m tracking through the Runkeeper app. It’s fun to see the miles traveled and the calories burned.
One hundred days in, and the changes continue.