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Get Fit For 2010: Challenge 7, Share a Workout

We have officially entered the second half of our Get Fit For 2010 giveaway and challenge! It is time to get off the couch and work out. This week's challenge: write a blog post in the Get Fit group sharing details of your favorite workout. You can: wax poetic about spin class, share your latest strength circuit (include photos! Think of FitSugar as your image library), review a new-to-you fitness class, or write out your most recent treadmill workout. By meeting this challenge you will not only be thinking about fitness, which can only lead to good things, but you will be entered to win our weekly prize — a $100 Nike gift card.

Sharing about your fave workout in our community group also enters you to win our fabulous grand prize: a $1,000 gift card from Nike; a year of personalized nutrition plans by nutritionist Alexa Fishback, plus a copy of her book; a year membership to 24 Hour Fitness for you and a friend; and two Bodybuggs. At the end of three months, we will pick a grand prize winner at random from all of the entries in all of the weekly challenges. The more you participate, the more chances you have to win the grand prize! A little extra motivation to help you meet your healthy goals for 2010.

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You have until 11:59 p.m. PST on Sunday, Feb. 28, to complete this seventh challenge.

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nnmarie nnmarie 6 years
my favorite workout (lately): Spinning class - I always feel the burn and taste the sweat!! As a recently certified instructor, I know I have NO excuse to not work my hardest. Kickboxing - a new discovery. It's hard. It hurts. but it's so worth it!! As an off-season runner these two workouts have kept me on my A game.
117orbust 117orbust 7 years
I hit the treadmill about 4 times a week, either at home or the YMCA. Trying to improve my pace by running progressively harder/faster later into the workout so my body gets used to running when tired.
I think I posted in the wrong forum, but I've been working with my son who worked out with the football coach at school and he was giving me some tips. I never used to do the plank for the abdominal muscles, but depending on how long and what position, it really works! That, combined with a workout preprogrammed on my treadmill, I should be good.
staceyny35 staceyny35 7 years
I just started a workout yesterday that I love. All treadmill fanatics will love this workout. 0-10 min warm up; jog at 5.0 mph, 10-11:20- sprint at 7.5 mph, 10:20-11:20- jog at 5.0 mph, 11:20-14:00- repeat minutes 10-11:20 twice, 14-17 min- jog at 5.0 mph, 17-27 min- run at 6.5 mph, 27-31- jog at 5.0 mph, 31-35 min- run at 6.5 mph, 35-36 min- jog at 5.0 mph, 39-55 min- repeat minutes 31-39 twice, 55-60- slow pace to cool down at jog/walk. The incline should be set at 1% the entire time. Enjoy!!!
carolyncoda carolyncoda 7 years
I am a person that hates to go to the gym and do the same thing all the time. In addition, I never have more than an hour at any given time so I make a good faith attempt to create workouts that are 1) structured 2) efficient 3) get me out of there in 60 mins. As well, the workout can be tailored to be shortened if need be by cutting out one or more parts of the treadmill pieces. So here it is: Treadmill circuit (45 mins): 10 minutes jogging, beginning at 6mph and going up .1 mph each minute and ending at 7mph. 10 minutes walking on an incline at 4.2mph and 6 incline, increasing .5 incline every minute 10 minutes of sprints, walking 1.5 minutes at 4mph and sprinting for 1 minute at 8mph 5 mins of first jogging segment 5 mins of first walking segment 5 mins of first sprinting segment. In total, that portion burns upwards of 500 calories, keeps it interesting, and is always challenging. For the last 15 minutes I attempt to do 3 mini-weight lifting circuits that incorporate 20 squates, 20 lunges, 20 biceps curls, 20 rows, 12 push-ups and 100 situps. You can defintely get all of them in in 15 mins. As I said, it might seem like a lot but I promise it goes by in a flash. And it melts the fat off!
NativeCouture NativeCouture 7 years
I have fybro sooo I am doing yoga.... Its a struggle I tell you but I will be worth it in time!!
vap vap 7 years
oops - I meant "taking" instead of "talking"
vap vap 7 years
I like the simple task of talking my dog on a gets me outside - gives me a work out and exhausts my dog
LTrav1023 LTrav1023 7 years
My standby treadmill workouts are intervals - I love the belly fat burn of speed! For this you can stay low - btw 0 and 1 incline. Warm up, 5 mins at 5mph Sprint for 1 min at 8mph, rest 1 min at 5mph. Do this 3 times. Sprint for 45 seconds at 9mph, rest 1 min at 5mph. Do this 3 times. Sprint for 30 seconds at 10mph, rest 1 min at 5mph. Do this 3 times. All together this workout gets you to 19:45. I cool down at 5mph for 5 minutes or so, getting me to 25 minutes and around 2.5 miles.
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