auntie b wrote:
I would like to get your opinion on my workout.
I do the Bar Method but I break it up into three parts. One day I do the arm workout, which is about 20 minutes. The next day I do legs and it's 30 minutes. On day three I work on the core and that's 20 minutes. I add in quick fixes everyday that go along with the workout of the day. I take one day off a week. I push each of these mini workouts to the max..
I stand all day at my job.
I don't have a lot of weight to lose but I want to firm up what I have. I think my body fat percentage is high..... a skinny fat person.
What do you think?
Hi Auntie b,
What a smart schedule! It keeps you active every day and allows you to break things up into manageable chunks of time.
Let me ask the question, are you getting the results you are looking for? Do you notice improvements in strength, stamina, and shape? Are you finding your body composition improving? These are important tools of measure, too.
Nice work! I love the Bar Method! I don't do all the reps with the ab work though. Instead, for abs I count on the pushups and planks and Fit Quickie # 7, which is slightly different for the book than you see on my website, though very similar. I don't think 20 minutes on abs is necessary or preferable. I like to get in, get it done, and go home! Well, I'm already home, but you know what I meant.
Along with my Fit Quickies, walks, hikes, and some Burst Training, BM fills in my workout rotations.