30 Days To Fitness

My friend Mimi introduced us to The 30-Day Shred early this year but I never really paid much attention to it until now. A few weeks ago, I finally got a copy and yesterday, I had my brother burn me a DVD so I could do the workout in my room.

Day 1 was hell! I felt how much I had let my lazy butt take over with all my fat jiggling as I did the jumping jacks. 10 minutes into the routine (you do about 20 minute workouts a day), I thought I was going to die! My knees were shaking and I was panting. I felt like jello the rest of the night (I did it around 5 in the afternoon before we went to Church).

Funny story. I woke up at around 7 this morning and I wanted to sleep in. Then, I remembered that it was Day 2 and I really wanted to do it before going to work because I didn’t want to do it after I got home. After doing the 20-minute workout (I STILL FELT LIKE DYING AT 10 MINUTES!), I quickly showered and hoping my body would forgive me for the beating. As I was about to dry my hair, I turned on the TV and noticed that instead of Umagang Kay Ganda, it was Salamat, Dok. Then, it hit me. TODAY IS A SUNDAY. Oh, help.

The good thing about it, is it I’m actually committed enough to wake up and work out. Hahaha, if you know me, you know how much of a lazy ass I am. I never exercise (the only form of exercise I enjoy is dance and I haven’t trained since the concert). I would never diet. I’m really generally not a healthy and fit person. O: So this is kind of a big deal. Haha.

Today, I feel like a punching bag. I’m sore in all the right places and I’m pretty excited for tomorrow. Will I make it past 10 minutes and not feel like I’m going to pass out? Abangan. I really do hope I make it through one month. I found a blog that said you should list down your measurements before so you can compare it to your measurements after. Maybe I should do that. (:

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.