Monday, April 21

Week 9 of 10: Beach-Bound Body Workout

Week: Nine
Height: 5' 5"
Weight: 104 lbs.
Goal: 105-110 lbs.
Workout Weakness: Arm Exercises
Workout Strength: Ab Exercises
One of the questions I received the most last week was: "How do you maintain your body after the ten weeks?"

I main the body by doing these three things:

1. Continue to do crunches and lunges daily

2. Manage your diet by eating whole and healthy foods and drinking half your body weight of ounces of water

3. Stretch & Swim at least twice a week

*IMPORTANT REMINDER*: Before you do any of these exercises you need to stretch! Stretch your legs, arms, abs, and behinds. Afterwards: stretch again or you will be sorry in the morning!

All the exercises you can find here and here and here.

Just as a reminder: I am not a dietician, a nutritionist, a personal trainer, a fitness guru, or anything else of that nature. I played national junior tennis from the time I was a four-year-old, and to play any sport at a high level requires the help and personal knowledge of a good nutritionist and various personal trainers-so all of the advice above has been given by a team of highly specialized professionals to me and I am sharing it with you. 


PS: Follow me on instagram @ ekblake to see what I'm eating daily.
 

Monday, April 14

Week 8 of 10: Beach-Bound Body Workout

Week: Eight
Height: 5' 5"
Weight: 103.5 lbs.
Goal: 105-110 lbs.
Workout Weakness: Arm Exercises
Workout Strength: Ab Exercises

One of the questions I received the most last week was: "Besides this workout, what programs or exercise classes do I like to enroll in?"

I enjoy several exercise classes, but the three that I have really enjoyed in the past are:

*IMPORTANT REMINDER*: Before you do any of these exercises you need to stretch! Stretch your legs, arms, abs, and behinds. Afterwards: stretch again or you will be sorry in the morning!

All the exercises you can find here and here and here.

Just as a reminder: I am not a dietician, a nutritionist, a personal trainer, a fitness guru, or anything else of that nature. I played national junior tennis from the time I was a four-year-old, and to play any sport at a high level requires the help and personal knowledge of a good nutritionist and various personal trainers-so all of the advice above has been given by a team of highly specialized professionals to me and I am sharing it with you. 


PS: Follow me on instagram @ ekblake to see what I'm eating daily.