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    How's my schedule looking?

    Sunday-Rest
    Monday-Strength/Tone
    Tuesday-Running
    Wednesday-Combat
    Thursday-Strength/Tone
    Friday-Abs
    Saturday-Full Body




    Monday
    Strength and Tone:
    -Classic Warmup.
    -Instant Dungeon
    -Iron Tendons

    Tuesday-
    Running:
    -Wake up at 4
    -Classic Warmup
    -Trailblazer.
    -Iron Tendons.
    A short nap, wake up at 6.
    Sometime after school, Classic Warmup and Iron Tendons

    Wednesday-
    Combat:
    -Fighter's Warmup
    -Maze
    -Iron Tendons.


    Thursday-
    Strength and tone:
    -Classic Warmup
    -Spectacular Me
    -Iron Tendons

    Friday-
    Abs:
    -Classic Warmup
    -Because...Abs
    (Instead, maybe do Altair?)
    -Iron Tendons


    Saturday-
    Full Body:
    -Classic Warmup
    -Bishop
    -Iron Tendons

    I've only been working out off and on, but I'm going to try to keep motivated. I am 15, a sophomore, and American, hence the pudginess lol. I'm free to listen to any suggestions.

    #2
    Should have mentioned that I'm new to the hive

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      #3
      Welcome to the Hive! Your programme looks good. Do you have a specific aim or are you just looking at getting fit? You say you're "pudgy" but not how much, and you've been working out "off and on". Is your programme something that you can maintain? In the early days, it can be good to allow yourself to start slow and build up. If you have any questions, just ask - about anything. This is a safe place and we're all pretty friendly. All the best for your journey.

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        #4
        Hi TopNotch! Thank you for your reply. I'm looking to tone up, run faster, and lift heavier things. I have changed my program to a preset, the guardian. I feel like I can keep it up. As for my weight, my BMI is good, it's just a lot of fat and some muscle. Attaching a picture seems to be really complicated, and I don't know if you could help, but I could use some explanation for the stretches on "Top to Bottom".

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          #5
          Top to Bottom is a good one. Which stretch are you wondering about?

          You might find codes useful. There are others too, of course!

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            #6
            #6,#14,#15,#19,#22
            They just felt awkward, like they weren't stretching anything. Maybe I'm already flexible in their target areas; I don't know.

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              #7
              DareToBeeIncredible I don't pretend to be an expert, but this is how I did those.
              #6 - work on pulling the shoulders back and down.
              #14 - keep your foot flat on the floor, leg straight out to the side as you can. If still not feeling it, try pushing the other knee out a bit.
              #15 - ditto but keep toe pointing up.
              #19 - butterfly. No real help for this one - my knees are flat on the ground! Just bring the feet in as close as possible and keep the back straight. Try to tilt the pelvis anteriorly rather than posteriorly (what that means is, bum out!).
              #22 - just a final relaxing sort of stretch. Reach forward as far as you can with your arms while sitting as far back as you can. Sink down into this one and just relax.
              I don't doubt that other people do these slightly differently but, as I said, this is just how I did these. I hope this helps.

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                #8
                Thank you! I will try it when I exercise next.

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                  #9
                  Also, I noticed that you are an Arrow fan with a Stephen Amell profile pic and an arrow-related quote. I am a Flash fan, so I changed mine to Grant Gustin and a speed quote lol

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                    #10
                    TopNotch I tried your suggestions, they were a tremendous help!

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