Bess Be Fit

A former collegiate athlete's journey of trying to stay and get as fit as possible in life after soccer!

June 2012

6/1: 1 hour elliptical + shoulders/back

6/2: 6.5 mile run + P90x Ab Ripper X

6/3: 1 hour walk with Maverick, 30 minutes on elliptical, random lift workout: lat pulldowns, triceps pressdown, chest press, quad exts, hamstring curls

6/4: rest day

6/5: 3 mile run, P90x Back & Biceps, 45 minutes foam roller

6/6: 5 mile pace run

6/7: rest

6/8: 9 mile bike, 1 hour elliptical, 5 mile walk with Mav

6/9: 8 mile run, 90 minutes p90x yoga

6/10: 1 hour elliptical, strength workout:

6/11: rest

6/12: 3 mile run

6/13: 45 minutes elliptical, abs

6/14: 5 mile run

6/15: rest

6/16: 9 mile run

6/17: 3 mile walk

6/18: 3 mile walk, 30 minutes swimming laps

6/19: 3 mile run on beach

6/20: 3 mile run

6/21: rest

6/22: 6 mile run, crossfit type workout (10 rounds: 10 squats, 10 pushups, 10 situps)

6/23: rest

6/24: crossfit type workout: 

6/25: 30 minute walk with Mav & Mike

6/26: 6 mile run + p90x legs & back

6/27: 45 minute walk with Mav + arms

6/28: 3 mile run + p90x ab ripper x

6/29: rest

6/30: 11 mile run

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2 thoughts on “June 2012

  1. Hi there! Can you describe the kettlebell oblique pull? I think its a sideways movement on the back extension machine/bench thing? Thanks!

    • It doesn’t involve a machine…you just hold the kettlebell in one hand while you are standing straight up, bend at the waist dropping the kettlebell down to your knee on that side and use your opposite side oblique to pull yourself back up to standing.

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