A shout out to Duke for the pep talk. Thank you!
And instead of just going through the motion, I challenge myself to complete a full 10 reps per set. I only did 1 set of each exercises so I can pace myself to finish the entire pole strength routine. It was not easy. Especially after a day’s work, I was tired but I wanted to compensate myself after a break down yesterday. Just so I can feel good about myself and that I accomplish something.
Wednesday’s workouts – Pole Strength Routine
Pole Squat – 10 reps 2 sets
Pole Plies – 10 reps 2 sets
Pole Lunges – 10 reps 1 set
Pole Leg Lifts – 10 reps 1 set
Pole Single Leg Squats – 10 reps 1 set
Pole Hold – 6 reps 1 set for each arm (I only managed to do 1 when I started so yea!)
Pole Row – 10 reps 1 set
Pole Triceps Push – 10 reps 1 set
Pole Shoulder Push – 10 reps 1 set (This was a vertical push up with the pole to assist you, I used a chair variation but I surprised myself when I can actually do a full 10. Another yea!)
Leg Hook Side Crunch – 10 reps 1 set
Knee Tuck – 3 reps 1 set for each arm (By the time I reach this exercise, I was tired and sore and my arms was shaking, so this was the toughest for me to complete today. This is kind of like the vertical leg lifts)
A slap on the wrist for yesterday. A pat on the back for today.