Woke up at 6 AM, in pretty good shape. My weight was weight 93.7. I’m starting to feel a little bit bored about this weight stuff, as I know it can be really misleading. You can have a huge amount of fat and hence be obese, or you can have a pretty important muscular mass, without being obese, of course. I know that muscle weights a little more than fat, so measuring weight alone can be misleading. I will do my best to find a way to check out my body fat, because I think I’m decreasing in fat and increasing in muscle at the same time, hence my overall weight is remaining the same. But without a body fat checker this is only a feeling.
6 surya namaskara
1 rep 15 pushups
1 rep 30 abs
1 rep 15 pushups
18 minutes on the stepper
closing with another rep of 15 pushups
Heart rate at 135-138 almost never reached 140, so I guess my body adapted pretty fast. I will continue to increase the stepper time 1 minute per day until I will reach 30 minutes per session.
Total exercising time: 25 minutes.
2 reps 30 abs
3 reps 15 pushups
18 minutes on the stepper (heart rate constantly at 139-140).
Total exercising time: 30 minutes.
36 minutes on the stepper
Total exercising time: 55 minutes.
Things are shaping pretty well, although I do have a little bit of difficulty waking up in the morning. Today I woke up at 6 AM, but find it difficult to exercise. It was like my body begged me to make a pause. But more on that on tomorrow’s post, when today will be completely finished.
As usual, feel free to post your comments on your own exercising routine, if you’re doing one.
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