Tuesday, October 11, 2011

60 Day Challenge

It's that time again - to restart a fitness program. This summer I tackled TurboFire, which I absolutely loved. I lost 2 inches off my waist in 2 months and felt my core and legs getting extremely strong. I copped out during month 3 and have now been on a one month hiatus from any kind of working out. I'm feeling the negative effects of my actions. So yesterday began my new 60 Day Challenge - P90X/TurboFire Hyrbid! To start, I took a walk for an hour and a half. Then I did Ab RipperX and Fire30 - culminating in over 2 hours of workout. A bit extreme for me - but it was a great way to get back in gear. I already feel my energy level improving today and I'm looking forward to P90X Shoulders and Arms later tonight.

Along with the work outs, I plan on getting my eating habits back in order. No eating past 8PM, breakfast every morning, and massive amounts of water.

I urge all of you to join me in my 60 Day Challenge. You don't have to do anything as intense as I am - but think about 2 or 3 specific things you know you could change in your daily life to improve your health. Maybe take a 10 minute walk during your lunch break, or substitute a coffee a day for a glass of water. Or maybe take that yoga class you keep wanting to try.

It takes 21 days to make a habit. Start your good habits today and you'll be surprised by day 60 how different you look and feel.

If you want to join me, I'll gladly be your support and accountability. THERE'S NO DAY LIKE TODAY!

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Fall TV

Happy October!! The month of fresh, cool air, scarves, pumpkins, and changing leaves. And most importantly FALL TV SHOWS! Here is what I have cluttering my DVR this season:

The New Girl - my favorite of the season so far. Zooey Deschanel plays a hilariously awkward girl who just got out of a relationship and is now living with 3 guys. NBC on Tuesday nights - watch it if you haven't I promise you won't regret it.

Pan Am - Still not sure how I feel about it. Hoping tonight's episode is a little better than last weeks.

Fringe - Season 4 is up and running and is just as amazing as ever before. I've been watching religiously since Season 1, Episode 1, and am severely addicted. You never know what will happen next and I love every moment of anticipation.

The Office - No Michael Scott this season, but just as funny. If you have stopped watching because he left, you're an idiot (sorry, it's true).

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - No words to describe the level of zaniness the writers have taken "the crew" this season. They have spoofed on the Jersey Shore and Toddler and Tiaras so far and I'm excited to see what other situations they find themselves in.

Glee/ America's Next Top Model All Stars - My 2 guilty pleasures. Don't judge. You have them too.

I'm hoping to also play catch up on Terra Nova ... and Dexter is the one show I regret never getting into.

What's your favorite Fall TV Show? Are there other new shows I should be watching? Share below!