Fitness Journey: Updated Exercise Routine

Hey guys

This fitness series is really moving along, I am quite proud of it. It really is a journey and I find I am learning a lot about my body. If you are tuned in with my series and are following along, I hope you are feeling better and stronger than ever before! 🙂

You are probably wondering why I am uploading another exercise routine so soon to my last one, but in my last post I did mention that that routine I have been following for just over a month now! It is important to change your exercises and challenge yourself otherwise your body will get accustomed to the same exercises you are doing each time and results will be harder to achieve.

Feel free to take specific things from my fitness routine and incorporate it into your own and organize your routine to the days that work for you. I do not normally take an entire day off from fitness, I will just do a easier workout to give my body a little rest but don’t get me wrong, rest days are very important especially if you do heavy weight lifting and other hard core exercises.

So without further adieu, here is my updated fitness routine: (I have included all the links to any videos I use at the end of this post!

Monday’s and Thursday’s:                                                                                                           Morning: One of Lucy Wyndham-Read 100 reps workout videos                                     Afternoon/Evening: 20 minute walk/run -> 3 sets of 25 squats holding a ten pound medicine ball -> 3 sets of 10 of fire hydrants -> 3 sets of 10 of donkey kicks -> 3 sets of 10 pikes on the large exercise ball -> 3 sets of 10 sit-ups on the large exercise ball -> 3 sets of 10 Lat pull downs on the arm machine -> 3 sets of 10 bicep curls on the arm machine

Tuesdays and Friday’s:
Morning and Evening: One of Lucy Wyndham-Read’s 100 rep workout videos -> My own ab exercises for 15 minutes – 20 sit-ups, side crunches 10 each side, 15 half crunches (lie down flat on your back and keeping your legs straight lift them up at 90 degree angle and then lower but don’t let them touch the ground), 10 side half crunches each side (do the same thing as above but instead of straight up and down move your legs to the left and up then to the right and up)

Morning: 20-30 minute run

Morning: 20-30 minute run

Sundays:                                                                                                                                                 Morning: Either one of Lucy’s workouts again x2 or I will take a rest.

Link to Lucy Wyndham-read YouTube channel:

I hope you are all having a wonderful day, evening or morning, wherever you are in the world and talk again soon 🙂





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