I bought a hrm and didn't realize that it's only meant for some reason to work with iOS. Can't find any apps on android that connect with my dailyburn monitor. So frustrated!!
I've been with dailyburn for about 7 months now and I love it - I want to do inferno hr but I'm beginning to think that the hrm was a waste of money and I should return it and get something else.
I workout in the afternoon while my baby is napping!
When doing the upper body roller coaster is it typical for the muscles on the sides of my neck to hurt? If I'm working my neck muscles will I start to look like the hulk with no neck?
That's what my sister keeps telling me. "you're building muscle, blah blah blah."
It's just frustrating. We've talked about taking pictures and measurements so I guess I'll have to stop procrastinating on that.
I'm thinking about throwing my scale in a place where I can't get to it, and just using measuring tape instead. It seems like it would be a more accurate reading.
I've been doing the cardio sculpt program with my sister and friend for 36 days. I expected it would take some time before we started to see any changes but I'm still at my starting weight. I've notices tiny changes in how my butt looks but that's about all.
We all eat really well and work out together so we hold each other accountable. I've been on apps where I track calories and I rarely go over 1400, without even trying - I just don't eat that much but when I do I keep it pretty nutritious. I eat mostly fruits and veggies and lean protein.
It's becoming very discouraging. I love the working out and I definitely push myself during workouts, so it's not like I'm not trying.
Has anyone else had this experience or have any tips?
I thought about the ignite program but it's unreasonable for me; I know the best diet is one you're going to stick to and the first 21 days of ignite seem impossible. I cook for myself, my boyfriend, and a one year old baby who needs a lot of the stuff I can't eat during that time so it's not going to work for me.
I think the best thing to do is just try your best - do what you can and push yourself, but do not over do it, as that can be dangerous too. Focus on what you can do, and focus on technique more than speed or reps. You will notice soon that your muscles get used to these motions and they will become easier.
Make it your overall long-term goal to complete a workout in it's entirety, it's always something to look forward to and good motivation for me, at least.
Good luck, you can do it :]
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