I’ve been quiet on the blog about 30 Days of HIIT, but I promise that I was completing the daily challenges and am now DONE! I sweat, I burned, I pushed, I conquered – that’s right: I kicked butt!
A lot of my comments for 30 Days of Cardio Blast spill over into this so I will refrain from repeating myself 🙂
I mentioned the awesome general stopwatch in another post but what I didn’t mention was that each daily workout has its own stopwatch at the bottom of the daily page with beeps to let you know you need to switch exercise. See here for an example. This was really useful during 30 days of HIIT because the exercises were based on time, rather than a specific number of reps. All I had to do was listen out for the beep to move to the next exercise. On a (technical) side note: the beeps did not work on Firefox for me, but they did work on Chrome.
I enjoyed the HIIT challenge just as much as I enjoyed the Cardio Blast challenge. Yes, that’s right, I enjoyed it! When I found it really tough I reminded myself that there was only seconds remaining and that helped me to keep pushing and not give up. It is a really well thought out 30 days and I did not get bored. I love that Neila Rey takes away all the thinking! All I have to do is just do it! As with my last 30 day challenge I saw noticeable improvements in various exercises. It is truly amazing what a few minutes of dedication a day can do!
I’m glad I had completed the Cardio Blast challenge before doing the HIIT challenge. I was already familiar with some movements, and it gave me confidence to try exercises that I was not necessarily comfortable with. Some of the exercises in the HIIT challenge definitely took me to another level. I’m completing these challenges while also keeping up with my regular workouts. I feel like I’m getting stronger at a faster rate because of these challenges. I see the difference in my regular workouts.
Most importantly, I feel really good. I set out to complete two 30 day challenges and I’ve done them both! Did you get that? I met two goals! I’m really proud of myself for sticking with it and I know that my dedication will pay off in the long run. I am feeling very positive about the future – it has been a long time coming.
I’m starting my next 30 day challenge (thank you voters!) this week!