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If you are signed up to my FREE Fitness Newsletter, You will recieve these workouts in your inbox as soon as they come out BUT I wanted an easy way for you to find them if you needed. Sometimes, I just want to have a workout available at my fingertips and just do it. Never mind searching the net for workouts for hours for a good workout. Who has time for that?

What I always do is write down how I did in my fitness journal with the date next to it. Later when I am searching for workouts and I don’t have a exercise class to attend or I don’t feel like leaving my house (I have lazy days), I just pull out an old workout that I did in my journal and try to beat my score. I’m competative so this is perfect for me.

Click and print (or open on your device if you are green) the workout you need and take them wherever. Remember you have to SIGN UP HERE for my free newsletter to get the new printables as soon as they come out.

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WORKOUT CALENDARS (It’s Okay to go back and do these if you are looking for more workouts)


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  1. Franca Pietromonaco says:

    HI Kim,
    What a surprise when I found your site on Calorie Count this morning because today is the day I am ready to start my exercise program. I was wondering how do I start. I haven’t exercised in over 8 months and don’t know where to begin. I saw your 500 calories workout but I believe that would be to much to start. I am not sure if you answer me by the time I get home tonight but I was thinking about doing some treadmill tonight, about 30 minutes. I have over 50 pounds to loose and i have already started dieting for about 1 month but now I am ready to exercise. I am 48 years old and try to eat about 1200 calories a day. Hopefully your web site will encourage me to loose my weight.
    Thank you in advance and congratulations on your web site its great.

  2. nina says:

    Franca – Good way to start the rest of your life. I too just discovered Kim’s site. She has a lot to offer. Starting out after eight months off requires a little up front time to establish a plan. Just like your eating plan, your financial plan, you get the picture.

    As with everything, there are a thousand different opinions. Your challenge is to pick a schedule you will stick with. Establish a time dedicated to movement. Nothing will get in the way of your movement time. Three specific goals: cardiovascular exercise, stretching and strengthening. We have hundreds of muscles along with ligaments and tendons attached to our bones. Our heart and lungs need attention. Walking is a good place to start. Goal is to work up to 150 minutes a week of aggressive activity – you are a bit winded but can carry on a conversation. You can bicycle, jog, skip rope, row, etc.

    Keeping your muscles strong is important. Basic weight lifting or using your body weight also works. Spend a little time on Kim’s site and remember to cover all muscle groups. Daily stretching will help with stress and sleep. I particularly like Classical Stretch – Miranda Esmonde-White. She has a web site and is featured on PBS.

    Good luck. Keep posting your progress.


  3. Aide says:

    Hi Kim,
    i have stopped getting your emails and Im not sure why. I have been looking forward to them. I have checked the bulk mail but they are not there. Im wondering what happened. Hope to hear from you soon.

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