Training

Training

First Cycle: 12 Weeks

Building the base

It’s hard to change from a sedentary lifestyle to an active one. It’s easy to fall back into old habits and routines and/or get discouraged by poor performance or abilities, especially if you’ve been active in the past. Before I started this program I did some hiking to bring my base level of fitness up a little higher. Every time I started to train over the last couple of years I was in such bad shape it was very discouraging. I tried to push through but lost out to laziness each time. This time I decided to break back into it differently, I started by hiking 3-4 times a week to get to a higher base level. I worked my way up from 5 mile hikes to 15 mile hikes but also did a lot of shorter but much steeper hikes mixed in. On these hikes I would power my way up any hills and after a few weeks of this my goal was to maintain a minimum of 3 mile per hour pace regardless of steepness. This tactic has… Read More…

Cycle 1 Week 12

Cycle 1 Week 12

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Cycle 1 Week 11

Cycle 1 Week 11

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Cycle 1 Week 10

Cycle 1 Week 10

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