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theresaq commented on workout plan: Intermediate Circuit Training for Women
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"Hi, I love circuit training and I think they want you to do this workout 2 times a week. On the days you do the circuit you should do little cardio, because this should take around an hour if you do 3 - 4 circuits. Whenever I start a new circuit I do it twice the first week, three times the second, and maybe four types one day a week. On your cardio days, 45 minutes should be fine. I recommend you do 2 interval training days (30 minutes - 5 minutes easy, 2 intense, 3 minutes intense and repeat until you reach 25 minutes, then 5 minute low intensity to cool down). One long cardio day would be fine - I usually save that for the weekend and run/ play tennis/ take kickboxing.....Hope this helps! "
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  • Hi I'm T. I'm trying to lose a total of 10 lbs. at the most 16 lbs. I'm  29 years old 5'8 and now 140 lbs. (However I was 143 a week ago) and I have some muscle (I've been working out 5 - 6 days a week for over 10 years). I've always been bigger due to my height and my hip bones are really huge!!! I'm obsessed with exercise, but it's not having a positive effect on me because I overtrain. I recently cut back from an hour of cardio everyday and circuit training every day to a new split and a half hour cardio 6 days aweek with interval training. So far the results are positive. I was anorexic from ages 19 - 24 and went from 102 (bones were popping out of my chest) to 135 within a few months. I tried to focus on adding muscle. I have to say that I do look sickly if I go under 120...so my struggle here is....will I ever be able to lose weight like a normal person? Or did I mess everything up when I had the eating disorder?  I mean in the end I'd rather be healthy and able to have children some day rather than sickly. My summer weight is usually 134 and as long as everything is tight/ not jiggly I'm good with that. Thanks everyone and good luck ; )
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  • theresaq
    05/24/2010 10:40 PM

    Thank you I appreciate the response

  • theresaq
    05/15/2010 11:32 AM

    If I don't take a day off from working out......will it effect my weight loss goals?
    This is my routine:
    Sun. - Back, Bis, weighted Abs 30 min. interval training cardio
    Mon. - Legs, abs on a mat 30 min. interval training cardio
    Tues. - Chest, shoulders, tri's weighted abs 25 - 30 min interval training cardio
    Wed. - (teach cardio kickboxing)
    Thurs. - Back, Bi's, weighted Abs 30 min. interval training cardio
    Fri. - Legs, abs on a mat 30 - 40 min. interval training cardio
    Sat. - Just Cardio ( walk/ jog/ tennis/ elliptical/ kickboxing class)
    I recently changed from long steady state cardio to shorter more intense interval training (better results)

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