I found this blog post from a woman by the name of Rachel Cosgrove and wanted to share it with you:
and this one
Now that I feel good from eating primally, I want to try and become stronger...
I've started some sprint workouts once a week. I run as fast as I can for 30 seconds, rest til I can breathe and repeat... 8 times. Not so hard. Tho' they seem like the longest 30 seconds ever. I take our troublesome Keenan dog with me and she is loving it. You could also bike, swim or whatever floats your boat for 30 seconds really hard... rest... repeat.
I started some of the primal essential movement workouts 2x a week (plank, squats, pushups, pullups). I really like the idea of body wieght movements and not needing a lot of fancy equipment, space or gym membership to get strong.
I'm pretty sadly weak and puny but you gotta start somewhere.
I can't do one pullup. I just hang there... suffering, muscles quivering while I grunt. Furry Husband watches in amusement. I have to do chair assisted ones to really get my chin anywhere near the "up" part of a chinup. And I do the girlie knee pushups... I can plank and I can squat and I attribute those to riding.
Already tho, when I get out of the shower, I can see little muscles moving in my pec area, my biceps seem more firm - not so flabby and reminicent of my 1970's kindergarten teacher and I think my butt has gotten a wee bit firmer or lifted... just a wee bit anyway and heck, any little bit helps.
My workouts - sprints and the essential movement ones - last no longer than 30 min. Sometimes not even that long. It's not overwhelming or 2 hrs long or hugely involved. I just have to remember to give the dogs something good to chew on so they don't try and play with me while I'm doing this stuff on the living room floor. And of course Furry and I walk most mornings 2 miles with the doggers. It's such a nice way to start the day... for all of us.
We'll see where it goes.