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New for April: Endurance Edition!

The directions are simple: find the current date on the calendar, see what workout(s) it asks for, and pick one from each section listed for that date.

For example, if today it says “Arms” and “General,” I’d find an arm workout and a general workout to do today. (The Endurance Calendar also has “stretch” as a category; I do not have any stretching routines, but simply take about ten minutes to stretch out and relax when stretching is called for, or try a yoga video online.)

If you’d like to write about your experiences during the month or see how others are doing, please use the tag “BoP: April”. By all using this tag, we can see what others are doing during the month and send others encouragement along the way. Let’s all support each other on our journeys! (If you’re not on Tumblr but still use these calendars, feel free to update us on the Back On Pointe Facebook Page or the Back On Pointe Fitocracy Group!)

During the month, remember that you should take as many rest days as you need, modify any workouts that you cannot do, stay hydrated, get more low-intensity cardio, and eat well.

Have fun!

p.s. Any of the calendars can be modified. If you are training for a half-marathon, feel free to count that as your cardio on cardio days. If you’re sore in the arms from helping a friend move, substitute a butt workout instead. It’s all about you!

Arms

Legs

Abs

General

Challenges

Cardio

High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

Two calendars for March: the basic calendar and the beginner’s calendar!

The directions are simple: find the current date on the calendar, see what workout(s) it asks for, and pick one from each section listed for that date. For example, if today it says “Arms” and “General,” I’d find an arm workout and a general workout to do today.

If you’d like to write about your experiences during the month or see how others are doing, please use the tag “BoP: March”. By all using this tag, we can see what others are doing during the month and send others encouragement along the way. Let’s all support each other on our journeys! (If you’re not on Tumblr but still use these calendars, feel free to update us on the Back On Pointe Facebook Page!)

During the month, remember that you should take as many rest days as you need, modify any workouts that you cannot do, stay hydrated, get more low-intensity cardio, and eat well.

Have fun!

p.s. Any of the calendars can be modified. If you are training for a half-marathon, feel free to count that as your cardio on cardio days. If you’re sore in the arms from helping a friend move, substitute a butt workout instead. It’s all about you!

Arms

Legs

Abs

General

Challenges

Cardio

High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

A BackOnPointe super-original!
If you don’t have any workout equipment at home, you can still use what you have! Here’s a workout that uses a throw pillow in a few creative ways.
Repeat this workout three times through for a full workout!

A BackOnPointe super-original!

If you don’t have any workout equipment at home, you can still use what you have! Here’s a workout that uses a throw pillow in a few creative ways.

Repeat this workout three times through for a full workout!

backonpointe:

Are you brand new to fitness? Want to work out but don’t know where to start? Intimidated by the burly men at the gym or Jillian Michaels’ abs? Well, here’s an easy workout for you! Try doing this workout three to five times a week, and take as many breaks for water or to catch your breath as you need. As it gets easy for you, move up to another one of my workouts.
Don’t know what an exercise is? Click the name below to see a video of it!
Jumping Jacks
Squats
Toe Touches
Star Jumps
Crunches
Russian Twists
Burpees
Wall Push-Ups
Calf Raises
High Knees
Lunges
Fire Hydrants
Bird-Dogs
Glute Kickbacks

I’m bringing this back again since I’ve had a lot of messages lately looking for advice on how to get started if you’re new to working out.

backonpointe:

Are you brand new to fitness? Want to work out but don’t know where to start? Intimidated by the burly men at the gym or Jillian Michaels’ abs? Well, here’s an easy workout for you! Try doing this workout three to five times a week, and take as many breaks for water or to catch your breath as you need. As it gets easy for you, move up to another one of my workouts.

Don’t know what an exercise is? Click the name below to see a video of it!

I’m bringing this back again since I’ve had a lot of messages lately looking for advice on how to get started if you’re new to working out.

(via hard-3r)

Here’s a great leg workout using dumbbells!

Here’s a great leg workout using dumbbells!

This workout may not require any weights, but make sure you have water handy!
(A little gift to my readers who stick around through thick and thin. ilu guys.)

This workout may not require any weights, but make sure you have water handy!

(A little gift to my readers who stick around through thick and thin. ilu guys.)



Sorry for this, readers, but February’s a lighter month. Just the basic calendar, though you’re free to use an older calendar if you like the set-up, or use this to make your own.
The directions are simple: find the current date on the calendar, see what workout(s) it asks for, and pick one from each section listed for that date. For example, if today it says “Arms” and “General,” I’d find an arm workout and a general workout to do today.
If you’d like to write about your experiences during the month or see how others are doing, please use the tag “BoP: February”. By all using this tag, we can see what others are doing during the month and send others encouragement along the way. Let’s all support each other on our journeys! (If you’re not on Tumblr but still use these calendars, feel free to update us on the Back On Pointe Facebook Page!)
During the month, remember that you should take as many rest days as you need, modify any workouts that you cannot do, stay hydrated, get more low-intensity cardio, and eat well.
Have fun!
p.s. Any of the calendars can be modified. If you are training for a half-marathon, feel free to count that as your cardio on cardio days. If you’re sore in the arms from helping a friend move, substitute a butt workout instead. It’s all about you!
Arms
Lean Arms Workout v.1
Lean Arms Workout v.2
Tone Those Triceps!
Weight-Free Arms
Arms Workout
All About Arms
Dumbbells, Smart Arms
Beginner Arms
Load Your Guns
Legs
Inner Thigh Toner
Tame Those Thighs
Kill Those Legs!
Your Best Butt
Thigh Toner
Dancer’s Legs Workout
Legs Workout
5 Minute Butt Blaster
Legs For Days
Shapely Squats
Beach Babe Booty
Get Those Glutes
Love Your Legs
Abs
All-Over Abs
1-2-3 Ab Workout
Quick Challenge
I Seek Obliques
Abs Challenge
Intense Abs
Waist Trimmer
Ballet Abs
Flat Abs Workout
Lower Ab Attack
Easy Abs
Core Work for Beginners
General
Jump-Free Workout
Student Workouts
Wake Up Warm Up
Full Body Meltdown
Absolute Beginner Workout
Fat Blaster
Quiet Workout
Coffee Break Workout
All-Over Workout
Whole Body Workout
Morning Angel Workout
No Space? No Problem!
Basic Dumbbell Workout
Full Body Workout
One-Song Workouts
50 Up, 50 Down
Morning Workouts
Leveled Workouts
Count Up, Count Down
Strength and Cardio
Water Bottle Workout
Workout Challenge for the Absolute Beginner
Extreme Bodyweight Workout
Throw Pillow Workout
Challenges
Weather Workout
Quick Workout
Digital Clock Workout
Challenge
Challenge
Challenge
Challenge
Challenge
Cardio
Leveled Cardio
One-Room Cardio
All-Cardio Challenge
Cardio Circuit
Killer Kardio
Beginner Cardio
Kick-It Cardio!
Basic Cardio
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)
One Room HIIT
20-Minute HIIT
Interval for Beginners
Interval Running

Sorry for this, readers, but February’s a lighter month. Just the basic calendar, though you’re free to use an older calendar if you like the set-up, or use this to make your own.

The directions are simple: find the current date on the calendar, see what workout(s) it asks for, and pick one from each section listed for that date. For example, if today it says “Arms” and “General,” I’d find an arm workout and a general workout to do today.

If you’d like to write about your experiences during the month or see how others are doing, please use the tag “BoP: February”. By all using this tag, we can see what others are doing during the month and send others encouragement along the way. Let’s all support each other on our journeys! (If you’re not on Tumblr but still use these calendars, feel free to update us on the Back On Pointe Facebook Page!)

During the month, remember that you should take as many rest days as you need, modify any workouts that you cannot do, stay hydrated, get more low-intensity cardio, and eat well.

Have fun!

p.s. Any of the calendars can be modified. If you are training for a half-marathon, feel free to count that as your cardio on cardio days. If you’re sore in the arms from helping a friend move, substitute a butt workout instead. It’s all about you!

Arms

Legs

Abs

General

Challenges

Cardio

High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

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