So, I personally prefer the chocolate and we go through about 4 tubs of choco to one vanilla in this house. I have had several relatives visit and they also loved the chocolate. I think it is pretty versatile, too. You can use banana, almond butter, strawberries in the choco are good and so are raspberries. I also sometimes mix a pack of starbucks instant coffee to make it a mocha. And you can do coconut milk and it tastes like an almond joy.
It may be that you need to have a little snack before your workout. I sometimes have a handful of nuts and an apple or a glass of chocolate milk...something with a little carb and protein. I find if I don't hydrate and have just a little fuel in my system, I will get tired. You could even get some of those little Cliff electrolyte cubes or gels. I think it is also just fine to anticipate giving yourself a few breaks along the way. When I did the TBT one workout had 20 rounds and I would give myself the option of taking a little pause if I just got through 3, then 4, then 5, etc. You can build yourself up slowly that way without quitting. Good Luck!
Yes, Yes, Yes!!! Ballet and Pilates!!!!!
Me, too!!! I would really love this!!!
Weightlifting. If you go to a gym, try adding bench press into your weekly plan. Don't go light. Pick out what you think you can lift and then add 5 pounds. Work up to 3 sets of 12, when you can do that, then go up 5 pounds. If you don't have a gym membership, maybe invest in some tubing or some adjustable dumbbells like power blocks. They are well worth it.
I actually love this shake mix. I have had shakes for breakfast for about the past 5 years and have tried it all (Myoplex, Protein Plus, Vega, etc). I really love this shake mix and honestly it is not that expensive compared to these others and the shipping is very good. I was afraid this would taste like Vega which is awful, but it actually tastes just like a great whey shake but without the whey.
I don't have an answer, but I also have this question! I work out every day with Daily Burn AND do two pilates classes and a one day a week weights workout. Mine also started me with 10 and I want 15 points.
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Have you tried swimming or water aerobics. The water and the paddles and noodles add resistance but it is low impact on joints.
Probably just doing cross-training, exercises that emphasize other muscles, will "even things out" a bit. The programs here are very good for that. Cross fit programs are good, too. Also, I have always heard that Pilates is a very good routine for balancing your muscles out and creating a sleek, slim dancer look. At the same time, I will say that you should be proud of your muscular legs! There are many people (like me) who would love to have more of that! :)
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