Week of workouts – The Fitnessista

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Here’s a glimpse into how I structure my weekly training.

Hiiiiii! how are you? I hope you are having a wonderful morning! Today we are at Disneyland. I can’t wait to ride all the rides, eat Disney treats, and enjoy fun memories with my favorite people.

I won’t be doing any “official” training this week, but I’ll definitely be walking 20,000 steps per day (not counting the long drive home). In today’s post, I’d like to talk a little bit about how my recent workouts have been and how my week is structured.

It varies depending on the week, but I will mainly write about the following contents.

Combines three strength classes ā€“ F45, Pure Barre Define (my current favorite!), and Fit Team Strength Training (a low-impact modification).

1-2 hot yoga or barre classes (I teach barre every other week and do about 80% of my workouts in class)

1-2 days of cardio at Peloton and/or Sculpt Society (use this link for a free trial of the app!)

1-2 days off

1 week training

Here’s what a week looks like:

Sunday: Closed

Monday: Hot or power yoga

Tuesday: F45 whole body or Fits the entire team

Wednesday: Peloton or sculpture association

Thursday: F45 legs or fit the team’s feet

Friday: Pure Barre (Define or Classic) or Pilates

Saturday: Hiking, sculpture association, or off

I also take daily walks with Maisie (usually 1-2 miles around the neighborhood) and on my walking pad during meetings.

You may notice that you don’t do as much cardio or interval training. I finally feel like I’m in a position to push myself a little harder with cardio again. Aerobic exercise releases histamine, which was the cause of my eyes. It can also be even more debilitating if you have autoimmune conditions. I realized last year that I couldn’t push myself as much as I used to because I would be sore and tired for days on end. Also, twice I fell ill after a very hard workout, which is unusual for me.

Thanks to this schedule, I was able to stay active without pushing myself too hard. Itā€™s working for me now šŸ™‚

Iā€™d love to know how you structure your training week!

If you need help setting up your workout plan, we have a freebie you can download here.

You can also try Fit Team for free here. This is my complete wellness hub with new strength training every month, schedules for how to create weekly plans (and alternative group classes), recipes, meal guides, educational modules, and playlists. Join the team here.

Have a great day! See you soon!


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