Working out in college, in retrospect, seems like it should be an easy thing. I thought that I would have so much time during my day that I would easily be able to workout whenever I wanted to. I thought it would be so easy to just go over to the gym and do a nice hour long workout consisting of an elliptical run and some weight training.
Man, was I in for a shock.
I didn’t really realize that 2 and a half hour labs existed and that I actually need to dedicate a good amount of my day to studying, going to class, and clubs/activities (to keep me sane). So, when I got to college, finding time to workout was hard at first.
I felt like I had no time to get in a good workout…
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For the longest time, I was scared of HIIT workouts. I can’t remember exactly what made me scared of them, but (for some very obscure reason) I was terrified of HIIT workouts. Whenever I was doing a workout calendar, I would skip over the HIIT workouts because I was scared.
I think I compared HIIT to Crossfit (which still scares me, but I’m looking into trying Crossfit some time in the near future). I think I thought HIIT was hard and scary and required a lot of strength (all of my strength is found in my right calf) that I didn’t necessarily have.
I just had a really irrational fear of HIIT.
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Well, hello there! Welcome to Avocardio Addict, a health and fitness blog run by me, Isabella, your resident college student and Zumba obsessed friend who just wants to get healthier every day.
One thing you should definitely know about me is that I am a chronic list maker. I think I started making lists my freshman year of high school and now I make a list just about every day… I can’t survive without my lists. They keep me organized and accountable and I honestly wouldn’t have survived my first year of college without my daily to-do lists.
So, every year I make a yearly goals list because I just can’t help myself. I just have to make a list. I need something to keep my accountable and motivated to crush the year ahead.
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