AMRAP=as many rounds as possible. Challenge yourself with the same workout by trying to beat your old number of rounds.


EMOM=every minute on the minute. Using a stopwatch or timer, complete each workout following the set amount of reps. Stop when you have completed the set of exercises. When the clock hits the minute point, repeat the set again until you have reached the total time (if you finish before the minute is up, you get a brief rest before starting the set again).


how to


Below you will find many of the exercises that I post. If you are unsure of how to do one, click on the name of the exercise and it will take you to an instructional video for proper technique.

Iron Cross
Pike Push Up or Teardrop (arms)
Plank Press (arms/core)
Pullovers with dumbbells
Rainbow Flyes
Split Squat
Touchdowns (legs/glutes)
Tricep Extension

In May 2012, I did something I never thought I was capable of doing. I ran my first half-marathon: The Binghamton Bridge Run. It took a lot of sweat and training, but it gave me a huge sense of accomplishment. I came in just over two hours, which seems slow (and probably is), but I can proudly say I ran the entire time-which I never thought I could do! It was an awesome race and I look forward to running my next half-marathon when I have time to dedicate to training. If you live in the Binghamton area, I highly recommend giving this race a try (they also have a 5k).

Here is a pre-race snapshot, feeling fresh and ready to go.

Half Marathon