Hiit Mama workouts are timed so time yourself and go as FAST AS YOU CAN!! That is how you get the cardio in. If you are a new Hiit Mama, just start with the workout of the day (WOD)...no need to go back to the first post because we will eventually repeat all those workouts. Make sure and post your time in the comment section so you can track your progress! Also, there are video demos of each exercise we do down the right side bar.

Jan 4, 2016

Monday 01.04.16

Begins TODAY!

For 90 Days we will not miss a WOD,
we will eat clean,
we will have a shake a day,
and we will see how far we can take our bodies in 90 days.

For time:

Run 5K.

Post time to comments.

Day: 1

Here we go Challenge Mamas... 
For the next 90 days we will be 
pushing ourselves harder, 
eating healthier,
 getting tighter and harder,
 and getting fit so we can be 
and HOT!

This is how we will do it:
1. We will do the WOD Monday through Friday and push hard to go faster and lift heavier. We will not cut corners. We will not quit. We will not substitute (unless absolutely necessary). We will not miss a WOD. We will kill it and we will progress our bodies to the ultimate goal. If you are trying to lose more than 10 lbs, you will add a 1 mile run (or some other sort of cardio) after any WOD not involving a run.

2. We will drink the Vi-shakes everyday. If you are trying to lose more than 20 lbs, you should replace 2 meals a day with a Vi-shake and have a balanced 3rd meal. If you are trying to lose less than 20 lbs or want to get rid of that last layer of pudge, you should replace 1 meal a day (I do lunch) with a Vi-shake with an optional 2nd shake post-workout for optimum muscle growth and health. If you are underweight and are trying to only build muscle or if you are nursing and should not cut calories, you will add a Vi-shake to your post-workout routine or add 2 Vi-shakes, 1 before the WOD and 1 after for maximum results. 

3. Now for the added challenge: each week I will challenge you to add or remove one thing from your diet or lifestyle that is not benefiting your health or progression. Once the week is over, you will continue with that challenge for the duration of the 90 days, adding something new each week. I will announce every Friday what the next weeks added challenge will be. 

4. Track your progress and results. Today ONLY I want you to weigh yourself, take your before picture in a sports bra and shorts or bikini (front, back and side), and measure your chest, waist, hips, biceps, and thighs. This information is for you only. Keep it safe somewhere. Post your times on hiitmamas.com after every WOD as well as how you are feeling, changes you are noticing, etc. Don't weigh yourself again until the 90 days is over, taking into account that muscle is heavier than fat and remeasure. Our improved times, measurements, and how our after pictures look will be the biggest indicator.


Julie said...

2 miles on elliptical
Ran out of time....back to work :(

Ronna James said...

4 miles in 38:24
Today was an easy recovery run from the 20 miles I ran this past weekend.

Aly said...

35:04 with hills
Ready for the new year!!!

Andrews family said...

Really REALLY don't want to do this on a treadmill, so will save for another day.

Did hero WOD from 12/31/13
6 rounds:
24 squats (butt to floor)
10 push ups (5 on toes/5 on knees except last round - all on toes)
24 lunges
Run 400m (3 x 8.0, 3 x 7.8)

25:28. Slower than last year. Not sure why (aside from 35 pu on toes). HR was 170 when I got off the treadmill!

Heather said...

33:34 10:48 pace
Not my true 5k time. We have like 8-12 inches of snow and all the roads are covered with ice. So I ran slow so I wouldn't fall.

Ms. Ray said...


Marguerite Spriggs said...

28:29 on treadmill at 6.5mph. Not my best but I did it!

Karrie said...

No place to run today:
4 rounds of/
200 JR
20 burpees
8 up and down stairs
(First real workout post baby..kicked my butt!)

Anna said...

A very painful 30 minutes.

Anna said...

A very painful 30 minutes.

Tiffany said...