Chloe Ting – 2018 Summer Shred Challenge.

Day 34

I knew it, my fear for today was pretty accurate. She killed me off. Blast the fat? More like she blasted my heart and lungs away. I made it through the workout though so I will take that as a win.

Warm up.

I realised at this point that I had forgotten to refill my bottle of water. Oh no! Do not do these workouts without water.

Blast Fat.

This was the one I was afraid of, and I had every right to be scared. 3 circuits. 10 exercises in each circuit. I was knackered by the end of the first circuit. I would try and walk between each exercise to catch my breath but it just didn’t work. There was not enough rest seconds. Ha! She tricked me though, I thought it was a specific set of 1 10 exercise circuit. No, I was in position to start the second set thinking it was just a repeat of the death I had just experienced in the first circuit… No, totally different set of 10 exercises. Why? haha! I used to laugh at my students when I put burpees in a warm up. Now I understand the evil that I committed.

Standing Abs.

I have decided I don’t have lower abs. What I have is hip flexors that are exhausted and don’t want to lift my legs ever again. And really aching and sore muffin tops. I have done this multiple times but it is always after I have been nearly beaten to a pulp and my hip flexors just don’t want to anymore.


Since this is basically the end of week five and I have given it more thought into what I want to do to move onto the next challenge. I checked how this challenge is going to end and apparently the last week is going to be a full six day workout week so the very last day is not a rest day… Eh!? Ok, that isn’t the worst I have done. So, I checked the next challenge. The next challenge has a rest day on day three. Which means that if I decided to just continue through to the next challenge without a break I would have to do a solid five days of exercise before another break. That doesn’t sound too bad, so that may be an option rather than taking a week break.

Thank you so much for reading. Write again soon. Bye!