Welcome to the fourth post in my series of six on my Nike Training Club App experience.

This was a busy week for me with all sorts of things going on and not much time at home. Over the weekend I was in NYC with my family and on Monday and Tuesday, my daughter and I went on a little trip together to Mystic, CT.

I skipped my Insanity dvds workouts altogether this week, but did use my Nike Training Club App on three occasions. On the days I didn’t work out with the app, I was out and about doing lots of walking.

I used one of the app’s bonus workouts this week: the Hope Solo Unbeatable Workout. It’s great- 15 minutes long with drills that change every minute- I used it in my hotel room in Mystic and it was the perfect way to get some additional exercise in. As I mentioned previously, I like to do 2 Get Focused workouts at a time, so each time I use the app I am exercising for 30 minutes. Then I stretch on my own for 5-10 minutes. I also tried out one of the Get Strong workouts and really liked that one, too.

30-40 minutes a day is not a big commitment time-wise for exercise, but it’s making a huge difference in how my body feels. Have you downloaded the app yet? As I mentioned last week, if you enter the Nike Make Yourself Sweepstakes, you’ll have a chance to win an iPad2 complete with the Nike Training Club app and COOL Nike gear including the Legend Pant, Victory Bra, and Free XT Motion Fit+ :)

The Nike Training Club App is a full-body functional training app designed for you to make yourself whatever you want to be. Whether you’re looking to get lean, toned, or strong, NTC takes every workout to the next level. Download it here.

I’ll have another update for you next week and like I said, if you’ve got an iPhone or iPad, why don’t you download the app and take the challenge with me? You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by trying the app: it’s like having your own personal trainer…only it’s free!



Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Nike Womens via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Nike Womens.

 

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