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Stretch, strength, core... do you? :-)

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13 Jan
4:46pm, 13 Jan 2021
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sallykate
Core H is 15 mins and very challenging:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvwuTw6rjTY&ab_channel=JayJohnson
13 Jan
4:47pm, 13 Jan 2021
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sallykate
I am delinquent in all three at the moment of course.
13 Jan
4:47pm, 13 Jan 2021
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HappyG(rrr)
There are lots of useful ones in this related thread - side bar.

fetcheveryone.com/forum/the-lets-motivate-each-other-to-do-our-strength-and-core-work-thread-47833
13 Jan
4:50pm, 13 Jan 2021
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Snoot
Pondering joining a stretch Zoom session tonight
13 Jan
4:56pm, 13 Jan 2021
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sallykate
Thank you :-) G, I knew there was a collection somewhere!
13 Jan
5:21pm, 13 Jan 2021
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Nellers
I've recommended it elsewhere but the WOD Roulette app is really good. You tell it what kit you've got and what movements you can/can't manage and hit the button and it provides you with a random workout that matches.

They also have "Living Room Blitz" section which needs no specific equipment.

Doesn't really hit the stretching (and I've definitely let that go recently. Monday AM I stretched for the first time properly since November) but strength and core gets a good working over!
13 Jan
6:48pm, 13 Jan 2021
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Fenland Flier
I've been doing some which I started this year and so far haven't missed a day although I've not done everything every day.

I've set an interval timer on my phone for 35 seconds which gives me 5 seconds to change position for the next exercise.

Front plank, left or right side plank, back and then the last side plank followed by press ups. If a non running day 35 seconds break and go through again. 2.55 minutes once through.

I then go onto my wife's (ours now) wonder core for 6 exercises, again on a non running day a 35 second break and then repeat. 3.30 once through.

Overall 7 minutes in total once through.
13 Jan
8:45pm, 13 Jan 2021
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Fenland Flier
I actually only started a week ago today. I hope it's becoming a habit.
14 Jan
4:24pm, 14 Jan 2021
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Snoot
Joined the 1hr stretch session yesterday - who knew stretching was so hard 🤷‍♂️

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Is it worth doing or should we just run? If so, how, where, when? :-) G

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