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Just finished the Hyphy Workout!
So, I just finished the 28 day Hyphy Workout plan.
The workouts themselves are brutal (in a positive way), however, the app itself could use a few improvements.
The idea of 100 reps really blew my calves out the first week. I used my own bodyweight one leg at a time. I could barely walk the next few days!
For cardio, I tried to do things that I’ve seen you talk about in your videos, like walking at an incline on the treadmill at 3.5 mph for 20 minutes.
Abs, I was a bit confused. There were no exercises listed for them in the Hyphy Workout. So, what I did was watch your videos (on YouTube). I saw that you were saying that abs kind of just come from doing cardio, or something along those lines, which I understand. I did a multitude of ab exercises on my Rest Days / Active Rest Days / Cardio Days just from my prior knowledge of different ab exercises.
I like the idea of “Light” weights. The weights aren’t so “Light” after doing 100 reps! This was awesome.
I didn’t miss a single day! I even followed the same schedule that you talked about in the app (by coincidence), with Monday being a Rest day, etc.
The food plan was great. The caloric intake was hard for me to meet, so what I did was scale the amount I ate accordingly, still eating the items you listed. When I ate out, I did my best to order things that I saw on the meal plan.
The social media advice video was awesome, and the main thing I got out of that video was that I need to be helping people. I found this to be true!
Also, I’ve seen you say on YouTube to do Cardio “fasted”. So, I did my best to aim for this on days where I couldn’t work out first thing in the morning (so I wouldn’t have to go all day without eating).
Towards the end of the plan, I went all out on cardio and did long distance running (outside on the sidewalks) and ended up hurting my knee. So, after that happened, I have been going on walks outdoors with my girlfriend instead (waiting for my knee to heal).
I like the idea of these “light” weights due to the fact that they make me much less prone to injury. I feel like weightlifting is much safer with “light” weights and high reps rather than “heavy” weights and low reps. This was awesome for me due to injuries I have faced in the gym before (Labral Tear in my shoulder and also the Nuss Procedure on my chest).
I did my best to find variations of the exercises that I could do within the gym I use. I would say it turned out pretty successfully!
Thanks for this app, Kali! I won’t forget this high-rep routine!
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