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#MIGHTYMARCH 2014 Workout Calendar!

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Hey guys!

It’s time for a new month! You ready? I saw so many of your #blogilatestransformation pics on Instagram and am so impressed by your results from the 12 week New Body Makeover! You guys truly worked your butts off and it shows. But the journey doesn’t stop here! We work day by day to sculpt the body and the life that we want. It’s a lifestyle and we love it. #MightyMarch is another chance for you to give it your all and transform. Here’s a look at some inspirational POPsters to get you motivated:

naomi

Naomi is looking tighter and more defined after she started doing Blogilates about 5x a week! @naomarie4

katy

Those abs! Great job Katy! @katy_warren1

caitlyn

Caitlyn emailed me and told me she was already “skinny” but wanted to live a stronger and healthier lifestyle. Look what happened after she did Blogilates! @caitpoli

catherine

Catherine being a perfect progress picture model! I am seeing such a difference here. Major congrats girl. Keep going! @chuchuchu215

If you have a progress photo you’d like to share, please upload it to instagram or twitter with the hashtag #blogilatestransformation or email me [email protected]!

Now let’s talk March. March is all about focusing on total body series every day with a recovery day on Sunday. From “Bikini Blast Off” Days to “Supermodel Saturdays” I’ve got you covered. You’ll be ready for that Spring Break bikini in NO TIME! It’ll be super fun.

I encourage you to check off all the boxes everyday. Even if you have to split up the workouts, it’s ok. Just try to finish! You will notice such a difference in your mood and your body. I promise. Also, be sure to drink plenty of water and eat lots of veggies! Print out one of the free eat clean meal plans on my blog here and FOLLOW IT. Stop thinking so hard. Just do it. I’m here to be your trainer and if you want to succeed, you will listen to my advice, yes? YES.

GOOD!

Also, be sure to UPDATE YOUR BLOGILATES APP! Some features you’ve been asking and asking and asking for are coming live this month that’ll make the forum part of the app, wayyyyy more fun and interactive. Watch out for it!

Now, one more thing to start off MIGHTY MARCH with a bang!! Spring is practically here…

cassey flowers

…jk…ok sorry…maybe just in LA. I know many of you are still stuck under snow! But it’ll melt soon :) Anyway, spring is almost here so you know what that means! SPRING CLEANING!!!! So I decided to do a super clearance sale for y’all!

From March 1, 2014 to March 8, 2014 you can take an EXTRA 20% off the already reduced prices in the Clearance section!! Just use code “springcleaning” at check out. The sale page where this code works is: http://www.ogorgeous.com/products/sale

Have fun shopping guys!

Please let me know if you have any questions regarding the workouts, the food, or anything in general. I’m here to help you reach your potential.

Much love <3,

Cassey

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  • Regina says:

    Hi Everybody, just starting my journey of losing 50lbs for starters. I walk everyday 2miles at the neighborhood gym, but I get home and fight the battle of not eating after 7. Well, that’s working a little bit, but I know it did’nt come on over night and it’s not going to leave over night. But I would love to have an encourager to pull me along on this journey. I’m 52. But the make me more determine. Had a couple of health risk, but I’m ok now. Thank you GOD for a second chance to get it right:)

  • Sam says:

    Are your exercises for 6 pack abs or flat abs? I really want to start using for videos, but i do not want a defined six pack, instead I want a nice tone to a flattened stomach

    • Megan says:

      Usually they only give a toned stomach, but some can get abs if that is their priority. :) (I’m not the instructor, btw)

  • Sam says:

    Are your exercises for 6 pack abs or flat abs? I want to begin using your videos, but I do not want to get a defined six pack; instead im looking for nice tone to the stomach.

  • eva says:

    Naomi you are an inspiration to me. I am exacly like your before. im not fat but i would like to loose some little weight. Im starting the february calender and the 90days meal plan. hope to see good results like you

  • Rebecca says:

    I have the same situation as Caitalian! I’m glad there are other people out there who also want to be stronger and healthier instead of just lose weight (which is a totally fine goal if that’s what you need to do). I am perfectly fine with the appearence of my body, but I want it to do anything (in reason) that I ask it to do. I do acro yoga which is acrobatic partner yoga, so I’m doing this to get stronger for it.

  • becky says:

    Whens the best time to workout? before or after eating? :P thanks

  • Talicious says:

    Hey everybody, I’m 14 yrs old and about a year ago I started putting on weight and it just kept increasing. I’m not putting anymore weight on now but I’m still overweight and I would like to lose it all by 2015. The problem is I’m not actually losing anything. I’ve been doing these videos for about 8 months and I can feel myself getting stronger and I feel healthier but it’s like I’ve got all the muscles but it’s all under the layer of fat. I’m not eating any junk food either or if I do rarely

    • Talicious says:

      So what can I do to lose weight?

      • Illiana says:

        Maybe a new diet like paleo or a cleanse might help. Asking a dietician would be extremely helpful too.

      • Malia says:

        Cardio ! I love these workouts [When I did them )’: ] But i always noticed that when I combined them with cardio, I got better results. I used to run at least a mile on top of whatever blogilates workouts I was doing.

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  • Angelia San Agustin says:

    Hey c: Im a 16 year old who has been working out for 6 years. I have struggled majorly from bad body image for exactly that long. 6 years ago when i was in grade 5 i weighed at 102-110 pounds. Now I am not going to tell my sob story over the internet, but today in grade 11 i weigh at 101 pounds. I am at a normal weight. Im not super-skinny (which is okay) but im pretty normal but with extra skin on my stomach mostly. I dont want to just be maintaining a good body weight. I want to be strong with lean muscles and defined flat abs, similar to kayla itsines i suppose c: However, i could not afford her workout guides. I have been using my own kind of workouts for years and for the past two months I’ve been doing workout plans. Unfortunately, i dont see any results. I know what i want. Its the results of kayla itsines’ clients. I hate how i would have to buy guides to get the EXACT results i want, but that i cant afford. Money is tight and i dont want to sacrifice my wanting to be happy with how i look in the mirror. Then i found your sight. I love everything and you are so inspiring ! My God i went insane and i want to have results SO BAD !! But would this give be the flat abs and lean, toned body i want ? I dont want to settle for anything less. Im still a bit confused with how i get the calendars and meal plans, also considering i don’t have a twitter :/ Please reply with advice , it would mean a lot. :) xx – lots of love <3

    • Alyssa says:

      you need to sign up for the email newsletter she sends the passwords to the calendar each month

  • serena says:

    hey guys!! I feel like working out is a chore, and some of you told me that you used feel the same way. how did you guys change your mindset from this one to thinking that working out is actually a treat?
    thx :) :)

    • Fer says:

      hey!
      I too used to think like that. Last year though, after making myself face running for 40 minutes a few times a week for a few weeks, I actually started enjoying it. “learn to love the pain” – you truly do learn eventually, not because you’re a masochist, but because you feel better connected to your body and you feel the changes in your sleeping, in your waking, in your every movement throughout the day.
      I read that with running it takes your body about 21 days to get used to it and for you to start liking it.
      I stopped running 10 months ago because I was moving from England to Spain and it was stressful… 3 months later I started gaining back the 7 kg I had lost in the 2 months of running and I truly missed the sport.
      3 months ago I tried Jillian Michael’s 30ds and that felt like a chore… every day the same, pain and sweating, but by the 11th day I felt no different and with my immune system debilitated I caught a terrible cold.
      4 weeks ago I moved to a place with a swimming pool and I’d play with the kids every day… 2 weeks ago I finally felt up for checking out Blogilates… I guess being truly ready to start somethings makes a huge difference, cause despite the pain and cursing Cassey (sorry! I adore you) when my muscles start cramping up, I find my time to come fulfill my calendar every day with a cheer and a smile, and when I finish it I look for some yoga videos before bed too. When I wake up earlier than I have to (this had never EVER happened before), I come to the wine cellar to fill my time with pilates and/or yoga.
      I think it’s a matter of focus and understanding why you want and why you should work out.
      Traveling by myself for 14 months I became really connected to my own mind, I think I was finally ready to connect to my body as well.
      btw, I lost 3,5 cm on my belly on the last 9 days. That’s a VERY good motivation itself. :)
      hope you find the joy in the panting and sweating, and in the waking up completely sore too!!
      good luck!
      xxx

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  • Babs.. says:

    Hey everyone!
    I´m a 14 year old girl from Germany and I have done Casseys Workouts (really cool, helpful..)
    As I sad I love her videos, but I can´t really say no to the `bad` food, so I don´t lose the weight I want. (my goal is an healthier weight than now:) Can you give me some tips to stay on this hole journey???
    Please Reply
    Thank you Babs..
    (se ignore my spelling errors)

    • Jess says:

      Hi Babs,
      I used to really struggle with weaknesses for chocolate, soda and nachos. The turning point for me was what I changed the way I approached situations where I may want to eat bad stuff. I told myself that I was a person who snacked on fruit and veg between meals or that I was a person who drank water and not coke. When you see something unhealthy and want it don’t sit there thinking about how you are denying yourself, cancel that thought pattern and replace it with something else.

      For some reason thinking like that changed the way I related to food and I found that I had the strength not to eat those bad things that had me gaining weight. It’s not about denying yourself of food, it’s about giving your body the respect it needs to grow strong by feeding it the right stuff :)

    • laurie says:

      Hi Babs! I had the same struggle. What has really helped me is an app for my iphone and ipad called myfitnesspal – it is free – and it’s helped me to be accountable for eating since I can figure out the calories before I eat something. I didn’t think it would help that much, but it really has. I hope you find this tip helpful. :) don’t give up, you got this!!! :)
      xo Laur

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  • Nasma says:

    hello everyone.
    i am doing this calender and i dont have the android app thingy. so can anyone please tell me what i can use as a substitute workout for the spring bikini sculpt work out?
    i would really appreciate it
    thankyou so much <3

  • julia says:

    hi guys,
    i cannot read the full content of the march videos. everytime clicking on this side i read “To see the full content, share this page by clicking one of the buttons below”. which buttons??
    please help me!!

  • Alice says:

    Now that March is over, I can tell tuesday was really my favorite day because of the Hot sumer pop cardio and Legs for days cardio videos :) I enjoyed those videos soooo much! I find them really fun and feel really good after, I couldn’t wait to be on tueday haha
    Music is the best to feel boosted :):) and dancing is really fun~

  • Leah says:

    Can’t wait to start the next calendar!!! =)

    • Rose says:

      Can u please tell me the password for this month? I haven’t got the email and I need to print it out

  • Daniele says:

    Hello POPstars!!!

    i just finished the beginners calendar and i am so excited to start the monthly calendars! I also dance 4 nights a week, sometimes 5 hours a night, But im really commited to doing my blogilates :) I have noticed that the workouts are longer and so are the videos themselves! Would i get the same results if i skipped some of the shorter videos on later nights? :)

    • Daniele says:

      didn’t mean to post this twice! whoops!

  • Daniele says:

    Hello Everyone

    I just finished the beginner calendar and i am so excited about joining the regular one for april! But, i have noticed that the workouts are longer and even the videos are longer themselves. I dance 4 nights a week and sometimes for 5 hours a night. I am usually very tired after i come home but I’m always very determined to finish my blogilates :) BUT do you think i would get the same results if i skipped one or two of the shorter videos on some later nights?

  • Kathy says:

    Thank you for this wonderful month Cassey! You helped me getting through a tough time, helped me to get in balance again. :) I couldn’t do all because I fell ill in first week of March, but I literally danced back my way into workout ^.^ most frustrating for me are the stretching videos. knowing that no matter how hard and how often I work on it I will never be able to touch me feet is just … yeah. :( my spine isn’t made for that. I have to accept it (but it’s hard). I feel definitaly stronger and my butt is lifted like… I dunno what. My butt is just so amazing compared to how it used to look before! best compliment I received this months: My boyfriend said I look a lot more feminin since I do your workouts! Thank you so much, Cassey. looking forward to April!

    • Claudi says:

      Don’t say that you won’t ever be able to touch your feet! You will … I used to be literally the most unflexible person you could imagine. It took me half a year of stretching at least 5 to 6 days a week until I was finally able to touch my feet and it was still a struggle. Now I can do it without any struggling, as well as some other cool things I would have never thought feasible before. Just stick with it! It takes quite a while to get more flexible, if you’re not naturally flexible, but you WILL get there! :)

  • Jade says:

    throughout this month, i was with you the whole time! you inspired me to eat clean and i drank a hell load of water! i lost 3kgs. it was slow but thats the healthy way isn’t it! I love it! looking forward to losing off a few more kilos! THANKS FOR THE VIDEOS CASSEY! and i feel that I’ve gotten stronger, subcutaneous fat burnt off all over and the workouts got easier towards the end of the month, i was able to cope. so thats good thing! AHHHH! i can’t wait for April!

  • Vee says:

    Hello everyone, I just started following Blogilates earlier this month because I decided to take control of my life. I’m recovering from anorexia. Recently I’ve stopped restricting, but now I’ve swung to the opposite side of the spectrum- binging. I am really struggling to stay positive- every time I binge I feel so bad and promise myself I won’t do it again, but I always do! Cassey’s videos and her optimism have really helped, but I just had a really “fat and failing” kind of day today. I want to be healthy and toned, not super skinny or overweight! But finding that middle ground is really tough for me, sometimes I just want to give up. Does anyone else have experience with this? I’d really appreciate some support.

    • Nazia says:

      i’m kinda having the same issue as you. I start off the week strong and then mid way through I end up binging and feel terrible afterwards. However, I’m excited for this month and hoping to get back on track. By the end of this month I would like to be eating healthier and stronger.

  • Victoria says:

    When do we get April Cassey? :D I’m anxious, excited and scared all at the same time!!

    • Caitlin says:

      Me too!! All mixed emotions, but I think I’m mostly excited to see what it’ll bring :)

  • Joyce says:

    i need help with food cravings. Today I went out with my friends and I started eating junk OMG how do I control myself? Please I really need some good advice

    • Agnes says:

      I think you shouldn’t feel bad and guilty about eating junk food once. Did you enjoy it? If yes, go on, don’t panic and have some YOLO food from time to time. If no, don’t do it again, just because your friends do.

      • Joyce says:

        ya i did enjoy it and thanks :)
        P.S I was freaking out

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  • Ashleigh says:

    I love the progress pictures! I signed up for your newsletter today after a friend recommended your workouts and I am excited to start the beginner workout on Monday after the kids head back to school after spring break. I was thrilled to see some “skinny” ladies who are just wanting to tone. That’s me, and it’s great to see a body type that I can relate to and see results. Come on Monday!

  • Kathy says:

    hey. I asked some days ago what’s the clicking with my knee… My mum found out now. she says my patella is not in the right position and I feel the cord of the muscle click because the wrong muscles gets used. I think I’ll better call my doctor and ask what I can do about it^^””
    wish me luck that everythings gonna be okay.
    have a nice day guys! Stay strong, healthy and I hope you have a wonderful time :-)

  • Elise says:

    Do we need to pair these daily workouts with cardio? I did today’s and I wasn’t sure I got enough of a fat-burning cardio workout.

    • Kati says:

      Hi Elise,

      I think that really depends on your goals. If you want to lose weight it might be a good idea to add some cardio, but if you just want to tone your body the workouts on the calendar should be enough, especially because the videos often have cardio elements.
      Personally, I just do what feels good and right for me. Today for example I exchanged the leg workout for a 20 minute run because I felt like it and because the sun was shining and I wanted to be outside!

      Hope that helps a bit :)

  • Noelle says:

    Hi everyone! I play volleyball, softball, and soccer and I’m going on spring break in about 3 weeks. Do you think with those sports and doing as many of the daily videos as I can I’ll see results?

    • Jiji says:

      HIi!
      Yes, I definitely think you will see results- not major, as it is only 3 weeks, but you definitely will. WIth the right diet too- not unhealthy foods, but whole, healthy foods, you will see better results!

  • Marina says:

    HI! I just received my workout calender but i dont understand it.Am i supposed to do all the videos at that day?Sorry for the stupid question,im new.

    • Kathy says:

      hey Marina!
      since you are new here, as a beginner you might wanna start with Beginners Calender until you’re strong enough and have mastered some moves (trust me, it’s worth it. I didn’t care about beginners calender and monthly calender was just too hard! even though i’ve been working out on regular basis before).
      so first of all: There ain’t no stupid question ;)
      Yes, you should do all the workout videos that are listed on that day. You will see results sooner or later, depends on how much effort you put into it. it’s okay to not get through all the video. The workouts are hard, but You will get stronger by time. don’t push yourself above your limits when you’re a beginner. take it slow and work on a good form.
      I hope I could help. I wish you good luck and lots of fun :)
      Kathy

  • Melanie says:

    Hey POPSters! I’m starting #newbodymakeover next monday but I noticed that CAssey made no mention of YOLO meals. Does this mean we can’t have them or can we substitute one meal a week for the YOLO meal? I’m willing to do it but I remember Cassey said we should at least have one for our sanity but I dont know if her advice applied to this. Does anyone know?

    Thanks!

    • sol says:

      It’s just how you want it. You can do one YOLO meal per week, or less. Personnaly, I try not to, but I’m not following exactly the meal plan (I don’t have money for salmon and I don’t want to eat process food – such as protein powder). Just make it the way you feel it right !

  • Kathy says:

    hey! I know Cassey answered clicking hips question but what about my knee clicking??
    I hear and feel it. it’s very dull. It goes from my knee to my hip but is more the right knee that makes this noise when I move it in and out (mostly when doing bicycle crunches or moves that are similar).
    anyone one else having this?
    have a nice sunday!

    • Tay says:

      Hey could you tell me what the clicking hips mean? Or which video Cassey discusses it because that happens to me :o my hip does the same as your knee with moves like cheerleader L’s and moving my legs up and down. Sorry, I don’t know anything about the knee :/ good luck!

      • Kathy says:

        hey girl! no problem. you can read what Cassey says about clicking hips in her faqs. She says it’s the flexibility and stability that’s probably not enough yet. if it hurts you might ask a doctor, because there she’s not telling anything. She recommends to slightly bend the knee, make smaller circles or use your hands or a strap to hold the leg for more stability.
        she answers a lot of question in her faqs.
        good luck to you too!

  • Cassie says:

    Is anyone else having a problem with their calendar? It won’t let me open up any days after March 22!! Help!!!

    • Kathy says:

      that’s because the following days are not linked yet. you see they are of brown colour and not like the others sort of red (or purple like. I dunno…). like the links you see for example in wikipedia: black normal text, blue is a link. Cassey may be in a hurry these days and hasn’t had time to link them yet (she has a whole bunch of other stuff to do too, I think and updating the website takes some time as well).
      anyway if they are not there by tomorrow you can use the link from March 17th for Monday workouts and look on YouTube in her channel for the new video :) or you search YouTube using the Calendar-Printable. there’s always a way to get the videos.
      good luck, Kathy

  • Anna says:

    Is it only me who cannot open the workout calender for the 23th march an following days…? help ! ;)

  • Jackie says:

    Are these workouts made for toning? I have rather slowly lost about 15 pounds and I’m literally a couple inches away from my goal……I love the work outs I’ve done through your site but I usually only have time for 30 minutes of cardio and one 10-15 minute work out. Any suggestions???

  • Sara says:

    I CAN’T TAKE THIS ANYMORE :(( I hurt my leg last Tuesday so I can’t do anything. It drives me crazy! I wanna do pilates and HIIT and go out running and all that good stuff that I really love<3 AND I noticed that I eat more bad stuff when I do nothing :o I just have to hope it will be over soon…has anybody else gone through this?

    • Lyci says:

      I know how you feel! But remember a couple of weeks off in the short run is better than making an injury worse. I decided not to take those few weeks off to heal and now I am paying the price 1.5 years later. So even though it sucks you are doing exactly the right thing!

    • Kathy says:

      I feel you dear!! me: getting cold and fever in first week. couldn’t do anything for four days. went crazy. now: got a bump next to my right chest on my ripcage. Doctor said it’s a hardening, got injection and not allowed to do workout on upper body. <- sadly pilates is often not only legs in a leg workout. not doing workout feels so wrong. I noticed I'm eating more bad things too… so Sara, I totally understand you! :) I hope you get better soon and wish you all the best!!

    • Sara says:

      Thank you so much for support! I really needed it <3 It's amazing how great community we have here :o I love it :)) I hope the best for everyone and LET'S KILL IT next month ;DD

  • Jenna says:

    Loving these videos, I cant believe how much happier and fresh I feel now iv started doing these workout calendars! Quick question, should you be adding more cardio into these monthly calendars, or is all the cardio you need to stay fit and healthy already included?
    I found the abs the hardest, I always do :(

    • Bart says:

      Well I lost some weight before I started doing Blogilates and I expected my weight to skyrocket because all the exercises were tough for me and I’d notice the muscle build in days. (Muscle is heavy.) Then I weighed myself every week and my weight is actually decreasing ever so slowly while my body is definitely growing stronger. That is very surprising.

      So in my case, I got to a point where I will have to start eating more if I want to keep a certain weight. Kind of weird but I don’t want to be too skinny and I’m already at the ideal BMI and still burning fat… And that is with eating candy every day cause I’m a candy-monster.

      If you do all the exercises like you mean it, and in a row without much of a break, then I found it to be about as effective as the 15 km running I used to do 3 times a week before that got me injured badly. So yes, for me it has plenty of cardio. Maybe a bit much, even.

  • Sally says:

    Question, do you do each workout without stopping between each one? I always do like 2 then the other 2 after a couple hours. Is that okay?

    • Caitlin says:

      I think it’s better to do the full hour all at once because you’re keeping your heart rate up and you rmuscles working continuously. However, if splitting them up is the only way you can fit them into your schedule or give it your all, then by all means do what works for you. Either way you’re getting in your full workout! Keep up the good work :)

  • Meg says:

    wow Catherine evens out so well!!! she looks good both ways!!

  • Rosie says:

    Jesus Christ, you’re right Cassie! My calves are dying after mondays workoutttt! I can’t even walk! *but i love it! :D

  • Lilly says:

    Hi Cassey! Can I request a song? It’s called MR. MR. by Girls Generation. I really love your ‘What Makes You Bootyful’ workout and ‘Calves You Came workout’! Please make it work!
    With love!

    • Anna says:

      Whooaaah!!! I love MR MR! Are you a fan of SNSD?
      I want MR MR, I got a boy, and the boys by girls generation :)

  • Gar says:

    I downloaded the app Blogilates and I was wondering how do I get access to the workout Calder since I have the password, but it does not allow me to put my password or login with my email. Helppp!!! Thanks again :)

  • Jackie Kucey says:

    Hi Cassie,
    I just wanted a opinion on my workouts tomorrow I’m starting the 12 week cleanse and the workouts I am doing are Monday,Wednesday,Friday at the gym doing cardio, and Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday doing your workouts is this a good plan or should I maybe cut out the Wednesday gym workout?? Please help this is vital for my organization for this treck. P.s I just want to lose weight and get toned…

    • Melanie says:

      Tuesday is Spring Fling, Thursday is the cocktail dress videos and Saturday is VS series. I think you have a good ratio of muscle toning and cardio. The cardio will help you burn fat and Cassey’s workouts should help with toning. I think you’re good to go, good luck! :)

  • Lu says:

    Hello POPsters,

    I’ve been having a problem with my streches. With everyday of working out and the streching afterwards I don’t feel more flexible like I should but even more tight. My muscles hurt so much. :(
    Am I doing something wrong? Did someone else experience this?
    I really need some advice :(

  • Kate says:

    #1 YOLO meal = carrot cake, <3 that stuff!

  • Maria says:

    I was just wondering. If I go to a swimming lesson that lasts 45 minutes do I have to do the workouts from the calendar for that day too or not?

    • Bart says:

      Well. I’m not an expert but you have to be careful not to overburden yourself because ‘you should’ do things. Then you’d be out of the loop for weeks, and that’s not progress. Like they say we’re all on our own journey.
      I think the most important thing is that you challenge yourself a little every day (when it’s not a rest day). So do you feel you really gave it your 110% for that day?
      If you feel like you could challenge yourself to a blogilates video or two on top of the swimming without wrecking your body, then you should try that!

  • Maria says:

    I was just wondering. If I go to a swimming lesson that lasts 45 minutes do I have to do the workouts from the calendar too or not?

  • Rose says:

    Hi Cassey and POPSters,

    I tend to get sick fairly easy so what do you recommend on those sick days. No workouts and just bed or do you push it and still work out plus plenty of rest after?

    I’ve missed out on 2 days so far and I really don’t want to miss anymore but everyone tells me to just rest. So whats your take on sick days.

    much love,
    Rose

    • Ai says:

      Hi Rose!

      Define ‘sick’.
      Rule of thumb, if you are sick throat and up, then usually it’s fine. (cold/sore throat). Anything below such as hacking cough/ stomach illness is a no way.

      When I have a cold, I still try to get my exercise in. However I probably will do less reps/weight and walk instead of run.

      But your and my body are different. Listen to your body!
      Lots of vitamin C/ fluids k!

    • Becky says:

      Hi Rose,
      I’m not a medical professional or health care provider, but I can tell you that it’s safe to exercise if you have a cold. If however, you have a fever, flu, or feel dizzy/light-headed/faint, then DO NOT exercise! I am a big believer in pushing yourself, at the same time, I think it’s extremely important to listen to your body. For me personally, it takes A LOT to make me take an extra rest day. I will exercise if I have a cold or don’t feel great, but if I feel like I’m going to pass out if I try to exercise, then I skip it. On days when I don’t feel good, I don’t exercise as intensely and I won’t do fast paced/high energy work outs. You have to personally gauge what you feel capable of doing. If you feel sick and don’t feel comfortable exercising, just go on a nice walk or do some stretching/yoga. Also, make sure you are eating well. Being sick is not an excuse to binge eat or eat unhealthy. I hope you get feeling better, it’s horrible being sick!

      Best wishes,
      Becky

    • Rose says:

      Thank you both!! Water and lots of vitamin c helped. I ate well but held off on the exercise. At least now I know for future references.

      Thanks again!
      Rose

  • Vendy says:

    Hi everyone! :) I do the March calendar since Saturday the 8. I want to lose about 4 kg. Do you think that it is better to lose weight at first and after that do the calkendar? Because I don´t want to have big muscles :D so I don´t know what is better. Please tell me :D and so sorry for mystakes, Iam from The Czech Republic :) and my English isn´t the best :)

    • Kati says:

      Hey Vendy,

      you won’t get big bulky muscles from doing Cassey’s workouts! Your muscles will get stronger and more defined, yes, but not big and bulky! Plus, muscles really help you to lose weight, because the more muscles you have, the more calories you burn! I started doing Blogilates last August and lost about 6 kg in 4 months and am now maintaining my weight.

      I would suggest you follow the monthly calender and maybe add some cardio f you think you need it, bur for me Cassey’s workouts were enough to shed those pounds!

      Good luck to you :)

  • Sam says:

    So, I’m a week and half into the 12 week fitness journey. I have the 12 week journal, but because I dorm at my college I don’t stick with the meal plans. I’ve been eating mostly salads, cooked vegetables from home, and soup. But, my main question is should I be doing cardio on top of the videos? I follow the calendars, I never skip a day, nor do I skip out on videos. If I don’t have weights or water bottles, I find a different video to substitute it. Anyway, I’ve been looking through the Before & After forum on the Blogilates app, and the people that seemed to have lost a lot of weight always say they do cardio. But, from my understanding POP Pilates and Cassie’s videos in general include cardio. What should I do? Should I include more cardio – like running, the elliptical – or just stick to the videos?

    • Becky says:

      I’m not sure what your fitness goals are, so I can’t give you a clear answer. If you are looking to LOSE WEIGHT and/or FAT then yes, adding additional cardio to the calendar will help you lose weight/fat. If you’re just trying to tone up, then you can probably just stick with the calendar. It really depends on what your personal fitness goals are. You can also do a hybrid, do the calendar for part of the week then do cardio/HIIT — running, elliptical, etc… — the other part of the week. Cassey’s videos do include cardio, but it’s not quite the same as running or walking on an elliptical. If you add in additional cardio on top of the monthly calendar, then you may want to bump up your calories a bit because you’ll probably be exercising for more than an hour per day.

      • Sam says:

        Thanks for clarifying, Becky! I’m trying to lose weight and lost fat, so I think I’ll do additional cardio.

  • Lexy says:

    SOMEONE HELP PLEASE. Need advice!! So I’ve heard lately that doing these pilates work outs can actually make you GAIN weight? Is this true? I’m trying to loose weight as well as toned up, but I certainly don’t want extra weight. Can anyone shed some light on this please? Maybe if you have been doing workouts with Cassey and can share your experience? Anything would be helpful!!

    • Kathy says:

      Hallo Lexy!
      of course you might gain a bit of weight when you do lots of sport. muscles are heavier than fat. That is the weight you will gain and that is perfectly normal.
      don’t worry: the weight you will gain in your muscles will be in just the places you want to have it and you will look toned!
      you will lose the fat-weight (which you want to lose) by doing pop pilates, cardio and eating clean.

      my personal experience with working out is that I gained nearly 6 pounds ( 3 kg) when I started. I have to say I was around 16 back than and weighed bout 107 pounds (~ 49 kg) at that time being 5’4” ft tall. I wanted to gain weight to pass the routine health check at school. before that I ate and drank a lot to be heavier. otherwise I would have gotten another sheet of paper saying I’m too thin.
      I sort of stayed with that weight through the years till now. I did my first calender in January (skipping the beginners calender) with Casseys workouts and thanks to the lot of cardio and my trying to eat very clean I lost weight (2 pounds). I wasn’t a fan of fruits or veggies back than when I was 16 but I also didn’t like meat and fast food. My food mostly consisted of potatoes/noodles, yogurt, milk, some bread… yeah I was like that because I had the stupid feeling that fruits make me feel bloated and fat and they did. I maybe had an intolerance back than. I loved raspberries and strawberries though. But i needed, for example, an hour to eat an apple and I felt sick afterwards.
      I started to eat more veggies and fruits last year thanks to my boyfriend who is more a vegetarian.

      Long story short: by eating clean, drinking more than I ate and working out I lost a bit of weight.
      You might wanna check Casseys video of how to lose weight on YouTube. She has 5 helpful tipps.
      I hope I could help a little.
      Good luck, Kathy

  • Courtney says:

    Hey Cassey! I just wanted to say that I really appreciate the March calendar. I did so well in November and December but January and February we’re another story! I’m really enjoying tracking my progress with the same videos on the same day of the week this month. I was able to remember how I felt when I was doing the videos for Monday andTuesday last week and realize how much easier it is this time around! Thanks for the extra push of motivation that I needed!!!
    You rock!

  • Ali says:

    Hey!
    So, I’ve started the March calendar but it’s too intensive (I think), because a day after my workout my muscles ache so much and sometimes during a workout I just have to stop because I’m exhausted. I then thought I should give the beginner’s calendar a try, which turned out to be a bit too easy for me… I also play hockey twice a week, and my school ends around 4 p.m. each day. I spend around two hours on my homework. Does anyone know what I should do for a workout and how I should combine it with school? I hope someone can help me or, if you’re in the same boatt as I am, how do you deal with this?:)

    • Becky says:

      Hey Ali!
      I would say that you should try maybe making your own workout calendar to follow! Pick some of Cassey’s videos that YOU enjoy and find to be challenging, but not exhausting to the point where you can’t finish them. You can combine some of the beginner’s calendar with the March calendar too. I’m home schooled right now, so I have a flexible schedule. What I do for exercise, is an hour each day after I’ve finished “school”. When you get home from school, get a snack, then in 30 min. go exercise for 45 min.-1 hour. Afterwards, shower, eat dinner, and do your homework. That’s what I do and it works fine for me. You can also try waking up 30 min earlier in the morning and work out for 30 min before school, then do 15-30 min of exercise after school. I think Cassey has some great videos, but you can do Tone It Up videos, which are on YouTube, or you can do something like running, biking, or dancing for exercise!

      • Ali says:

        Thank you so much, I’ll definitely try that :)

        • Shelley says:

          I was the same as you when I first began, and still am to a certain extent. I decided to do at least half an hour a day, the best that I could. That meant I had to stop at certain points when things got too hard, or do a very modified version of what Cassey was doing. This has worked out great, because now I can see how much more I can do than I used to. Very motivating. This way you don’t have to do anything else. Just work your way up.

    • sunny says:

      Hi Ali.
      Another idea is to do Cassies videos on the calendar for the month, but not on all the days. I have a busy schedule with work and some volunteering and taking care of my family. I try for 3-4 days (every other day is a good goal) a week. It gives your body time to recover when you are starting out. If you want to work out everyday, maybe do half of the videos (about half hour of working out) and pay attention to your body. Sometimes, I just need to adjust the move. An example would be some type of arm exercise when in a squat stance. Moving to an exercise ball will still engage your core (one of the goals of pilaties) but wont have you working on your legs as well, so you can focus on the arm strengthening.
      I hope this helps and your fitness journey goes well!
      Sunny

  • Ali says:

    Hey!
    So, I’ve started the March calendar but it’s too intensive (I think), because a day after my workout my muscles ache so much and sometimes during a workout I just have to stop because I’m exhausted. I then thought I should give the beginner’s calendar a try, which turned out to be a bit too easy for me… I also play hockey twice a week, and my school ends around 4 p.m. each day. I spend around two hours on my homework. Does anyone know what I should do for a workout and how I should combine it with school? I hope someone can help me or, if you’re in the same boatt as I am, how do you deal with this?:)

  • […] is Spring Fling Cardio Tuesday on the #MIGHTYMARCH Calendar (click here to see today’s workout) and I am seeing so much hard work and dedication […]

  • Gavhar says:

    Hey Cassie,

    You make me die, cry, scream, yell out “CASSEY!” and whine like a 5 year old everyday but I love you. I love the Mighty March Calender, however can we please, PLEASE!!! Bring back the Dancing Fridays!! I miss it, it was so much fun, cardio and made me laugh a lot. If you are going to make any Pop Cardio video’s if possible can you try listening to EXO’s Growl, it’s Korean Pop (there is a Korean and Chinese version of it), very cardio, pop and up-beat. Can you please check it out, and if you like it make a Pop Cardio video. Thank you so much!!

    16 year old that needs to lose weight fan,
    Gavhar :) <3

  • julie says:

    Hi cassie I have recently became a fan of your vids, i am totally loving all your workouts, it has made me wanna do pilates every day!!! cause you change your workouts up so often I love it!. I am trying to follow the march schedule and go from march to june so i can get my bikini body for the summer, so far I am really loving the way my body is toning. I just gotta clean up my eating habits and then i will see more results. I was just wondering on March 10 (tomorrow) the workout says “new vid” and i don’t know if that means find a vid that I haven’t done and do it, or follow the bikini blast workout series for that day. i also would like to know do you incorporate any other kind of workouts with this series to get this transformation? like gym workouts with cardio machines? or is this all you follow? thank you so much for inspiring me i love your workouts keep them up. where would i send before pics for my transformation journey?
    thank you!!!!!

    • Priyanka says:

      Hey Julie!
      The new video is one that Cassey uploads on that day. Also you don’t have to look for it, it’s already with the workouts you do for the day. Also I think you supposed to do cardio along with the pilates, I just usually add one of her cardio videos along with the days workout (normally I go for a run but I live in Ohio so the weather is COLD!!!) . I’ve been trying to learn her Daisy Cardio Dance video because it’s really fun and it counts as cardio. Have a good week and keep up the good work!
      Priyanka :)

  • Abby says:

    Hey guys! so i’m just getting started and I am also training for a 5K (KILLING ME). I have to run on Sundays and two other days during the week. Do you recommend doing the workouts with the running, or just focus on running those days?
    Also, when I do run the 5K what should I wear? I know that isn’t the thing that should be on my mind, but should I wear like a tank top and compression shorts? The 5K is at the end of May if that helps!

  • Valerie says:

    during the last move for stiletto legs are you suppose to have the knees bend like a squat while doing the 4 move or is the leg straight? I cant really tell SOS.

  • Emma says:

    Hey cassey, i was wondering what workouts you would recommend specifically for losing overall body fat, especially around the stomach and back? they are my main insecurities and since summer is nearly here i want to lose some of it once and for all, its really held me back.. :(

    • Nikita says:

      Hii Emma!
      If you want to lose body fat you will have to do cardio workouts, you can’t burn fat in a specific place. So you could do some cardio workouts like running, swimming, boxing or dancing. Cassey even has some cardio videos, so you could try them! And to tone up you could do some weight training or blogilates videos. Also, eat healthy and try to stay away from sodas.:)
      I’m not an expert but I hope this helped!:) xxx

  • Tiffany says:

    Hi Cassey!! I just wanted your opinion on a few things. First, at what age do you think girls should be working out and worrying about how they look? And second, do you recommend doing all the workouts in one shot? (Like doing all the videos you recommended in a day consecutively?)

    • Priyanka says:

      Hey Tiffany!
      So, I personally don’t think there should be certain age you should ever start worrying about how you look. I’m 17 and I work out not because I’m worried about how I look, I do it because I think that I’m at a good age to start healthy living habits and I want to take care of my body.

  • Kathy says:

    Hello guys!
    I have not been working out for four days now because I fell ill and caught a cold. My cold is better now (I am still sneezing but everything else is gone) and I want to go back to working out. I wanna see some changes at least and I know I won’t be able to go as hard as I wish next week because my body might be a little weak.
    Now what would you do? Would you just go on with the calender and forget about the missing days or would you put them in somewhere (maybe adding another week at months end or doing them on Sundays)?? What would you recommend in such situation?
    I’d be thankful for answers :)
    Kathy

    • Audry says:

      I’m just getting over a bad case of the swine influenza (it’s running rampart where I live) and I’m just taking it light, doing the sculpting videos and maybe a light cardio. Nothing more than that, because I’d rather just keep myself up than get sick again and set myself back to where I started.

    • Bart says:

      Oh boy. I’ve become somewhat of an expert on pushing too hard, by doing it wrong over and over and over again.
      Don’t punish yourself for getting ill. It happens. Rather make sure that you have recovered enough to go at it again. I know we love to be strict with our body but if it says that something is really ‘off’ then take it easy. Just ease into it and get back on track when you feel 100% OK. You really don’t want to push yourself even more than you normally do, when you’re recovering.
      At least that is my experience. Otherwise it will just take longer.

      If you find that difficult, look at it like this: Recovering from illness is a good exercise for your body too :P

  • Anja says:

    Dear cassey, I am doing the march workout calendar. I had pain in my wrists yesterday and today it got worse so I head to the hospital. Turned out my left wrist is totally inflamed. Doctor said I have to overthink the workouts I am doing as the whole body weight is on the wrist with many of the workouts.
    So I wanted to ask you, as I love your workouts, if you can show alternative exercises for people with sensitive wrists when you do something on the wrists? Cause if not I have to skip now half of the exercises and I don’t know if this makes sense…
    Would really appreciate it!
    Anja

    • Catherine says:

      Sorry to hear that! You can do you most of the plank moves on your forearms or elbows. For me if my wrists are being sensitive on a workout it feels better if I make a fist instead of having my hands flat on the mat, maybe that would work after the inflammation has gone? For sure try doing them on your elbows/forearms to avoid adding any weight to your wrists!

  • Alicia says:

    Hi Casey,

    the video links for 9th – 31st March don’t seem to be up.
    Could you kindly fix that please.

    Thank you.

    • Dominika says:

      It’s because she is adding the links one day at a time :P

  • Kathi says:

    Hey Girls,
    I don’t know if anybody of you can help me, but do I need some additional cardio workouts?
    Casseys Calendar is challenging and I am not a big fan of running so I hope not :D

    • Kathy says:

      Hey Kathi!
      I did Januarys calender without the running parts because I can’t run. I always tend to do something wrong with breathing and my lungs and sides start hurting me after two minutes or less.
      Still I saw changes in my body from working out to her videos and eating clean(er) than usual. Good changes and I even lost a bit weight though you never really can tell because you might gain weight when you gain muscles. So don’t be shoked if your scale says you gained. Better you take a look in a mirror and see changes there ;-)
      If you really want to melt fat you have to do cardio, but I think you can go with her HIIT IT videos and moves if you don’t want to run ’cause they are cardio.
      Hope this was helping. good luck, Kathy

      • Kathi says:

        Great, I’ll just stick to the videos than. Awesome that you really could see the changes after just a month. That really motivates me. Thanks :)

    • Tadeja says:

      If you’re trying to lose weight then it’s important to do cardio at least 3-4 times a week and of course, eat healthy. You don’t have to run, you can do Cassey’s cardio videos or dance! Good luck:)

      • Kathi says:

        As I don’t really want to lose but just keep my weight, an additional cardio video now and then sound like a good idea. Thanks :)

    • Dominika says:

      I only did the calendars and if there was running scheduled I did one of popilates cardio or hiit video instead of it, and I still lost weight and I am toning up, so there is no problem! Just eat clean 80% of the time and do your best with the workouts listed here :)

  • Nicole says:

    Hi! I’m 15 and I really want to get rid of my belly fat and as fast as possible? What type of diet and workouts should I do? And would it be ok if I just workout with the ab workouts?

    • Dominika says:

      You can’t loose weight from the specific area of your body. Ab workouts will only tone those muscles but you also need to do your cardio to burn off that fat. There is no special diet, you can follow Casseys meal plan or just eat healthy 80% of the time. Moderation is the key :) Good luck!

  • Sarah says:

    Hi Cassey!
    I recently suffered a rotator cuff injury and I can’t put lots of pressure on my shoulder or move it around a lot (above my head), or else I’ll have to get a surgery that will prevent me from doing sports again.

    I have been doing leg videos but with the shoulder limitations many exercises have been ruled out! Is there anything I can do to keep working out my arms (and other stuff) without injuring my shoulder further?
    Thanks so much!
    Sarah

  • ahsieee says:

    Hey Cassey!

    Can you double check to make sure all the videos in the app are available to all countries I’ve run into a few that say are restricted in mine! (South Korea) The only one I can remember off the top of my head is the ballet leg one!
    Thank you for all your hard work.
    I’ve been slacking for MANY months now and my body is heavy again. You’re probably the best motivator out there!

  • Lauren says:

    How many times do we do the cardio videos? just the one time or three?

    • Laurie says:

      Only once if you’re following the calendar! :)

  • OMG! Quest POPTARTS!!!

  • Heading over to GNC to pick some up Quest Bars right now!

  • Robin says:

    hey Cassey
    Can u plz make March 9 through 31 clickable. Thx

  • Nova says:

    When I’m on your site with my iPad it keeps opening the App Store at some random apps. Could you check this? It’s really annoying when I’m doing videos and it suddenly switches to the App Store.

  • Rachel says:

    man i wish she’d make a song challenge to “do what you want” by lady gaga. i can’t quit dancing to that song, so i know i wouldn’t be able to quit moving XD

  • Tatiana says:

    Cassey!
    I love your blog and I’m following you like over a year now :) I’m just so happy that you are doing what you do and are continuing with it, month by month.

    I just wanted to ask you, if you would mind reading my blog, because I only started because of you <3

    Thanks for everything, Cassey!

    xoxo
    Tatiana

  • Leslie says:

    Cassey I love your workouts but I have to say that Sexy Legs Part 1 & 2 have wreaked havoc on my pour calves. They hurt so bad I feel like I’m Ariel in Little Mermaid trying to get her sea legs because I can’t walk lol! #Freakin calf raises #No pain no gain

  • nurdeena anuar says:

    Hey POPsters!
    I’m Deena from Malaysia. Well I know I’m late to start this calendar since it’s the 6th of March already but this is because I’ve been lagging behind my Beginner’s Calendar which I’m stuck on the last week. But I aim to start March calendar this coming Monday. Woohoo! I’m psyched!

  • Claudia says:

    How can I keep myself motivated? I always start the month but after 2 weeks or so I just stop. Sometimes it’s because of time or because I’m tired from school. I really want to finish a whole month but I have no motivation. I also want to eat cleaner but everyone in my family eats really unhealthy. How can I not cave in and eat what my family is eating?

  • Claudia says:

    Since I go to school whenever I get home I get really bored and just start eating everything that looks good. Is there any ways to control my cravings and how to not eat when all I am is just bored?

    • Mary Beth says:

      I find that keeping myself busy fulfills me instead of food, but I totally understand craving all the food in the world once I get home. If you feel a craving coming on but you aren’t hungry, drink water with some fruit in it. It makes the water taste closer to actual food and is just as healthy.

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  • Kitty says:

    I love you Cassey~ you’re so inspiring and beautiful! ♥

  • emilia says:

    hey everyone!
    it’s weird talking about this to all of you but i was thinking that maybe you guys could help me out!
    when i’m on my period i get really bad cramps, it’s so bad that i have to stay in bed for at least two days. i’m taking painkillers but they make me feel like i have to throw up. i follow the monthly calendars but every single month i have to stop for 2 or 3 days and that makes me feel really bad..
    i don’t know what i should do! any ideas? x

    • Trish says:

      I definitely know your pain. For me, taking medicine with food really helps with nausea or stomach pain. I keep an ’emergency cramp kit’ beside my bed so I can take painkillers with food even in the worst cases, like when you wake up with pain so bad you can’t get out of bed to get food. In the kit: painkillers, bottled water, single serving apple sauces (the half-cup ones moms pack in school lunches), and a spoon. In the event of cramps, just eat a container or two of apple sauce, use the bottled water to take your painkillers, and then wait for them to kick in, all without leaving your bed. :)

      My cramps come with other symptoms like weak spells, dizziness, and dehydration, so I drink a lot of Gatorade to stay hydrated and keep my electrolytes up. Later, when the painkillers have kicked in, you should eat some proper food with nutrition and substance. Try to eat simple, wholesome foods without a lot of sodium, sugar, or fat (each of which will either make the cramping worse or just make you feel crappy). Caffeine and alcohol are off limits, and if you can roughly predict when your period will start then cut out alcohol beginning a day or two before you expect it.

      At this point, don’t jump into exercise even if you feel totally fine from the painkillers. I spent twelve hours puking once because my painkillers were working well and I thought I’d try the day’s videos (cardio…). I made it ten minutes before I had a sudden weak spell and went into a vomiting fit. Stretches, however, are PERFECT on cramp days. When part of your body is cramping and you’re in a lot of pain, the rest of your body tends to clench up and collect tension so stretching is just what you need. If you don’t want to take a break from your workout routine then I’d suggest you build a playlist of only stretching videos and do them on cramp days instead of what the calendar says.

    • Nayda says:

      Trish pretty much covered all the bases, but I just wanted to add that never feel weird talking about this. While I know some males do these workouts, a big part of the Popsters are female and so we can all relate, so it’s totally fine if you need to asks us about how to go about issues that we all face every month :)

  • Miranda says:

    Hi!! So prom is in about 3 months! I want to slim down a bit. I love your videos! :) they keep me motivated! But I get off track sometimes I don’t eat very healthily!:( just wondering if I could get some tips on how to stay on track and get in better shape? Thanks!!

  • iliana says:

    hey guys i have a question, do we have to do every single video work out for the day that is listed in the box or just pick one ? thanks!

    • shiya says:

      you have to do everything . : )

    • Sophia says:

      every single video sweetie:)

    • Nayda says:

      It’s all of them, however, don’t feel bad if you can’t do all of them. That’s the whole point when you start it, you build up strength and stamina to eventually be able to one day get through all of them :)

  • […] failure in the long run. Eat clean, and when you work out, work out like you mean it. You have my #MIGHTYMARCH calendar to follow and the many free meal plans on my blog to follow. You know what to […]

  • marlen says:

    i cant lose weight because im ed recovery, i want to gain muscles’ what blogilates i need to do, what to eat before and after, please help me it is really important to me

    • Aura says:

      You should talk about this with your therapist first. I’m recovering from an ED as well and at first I couldn’t do exercise. After a while I could do 1h, then 2h… a year later they ask me to do 3h a week of exercise. However, in my case I am allowed to lose weight… as you aren’t, it’s even more important that you ask your therapist what options do you have and how many times a week they allow you to exercise at the moment. Exercises that don’t involve loosing weight would be any muscle toning Pilates. So stay away from the HIIT and cardio routines :) Best of luck and be strong with recovery, it’s worth it :)

  • mikaela says:

    CASSEY! I live on Guam. Its a tiny island in the Pacific with the length of 30 miles and a width ranging between 12 miles at it’s widest and 4 miles at it’s narrowest. We are where “America’s Day Begins”. We literally have that on every tourist t-shirt here… ANYWAYS! We are literally where America’s day begins, so today is actually March 4th where it’s March 3rd there. I get the new video posts kinda late, like a day late… so I’d be done with the list of workout videos and I won’t be able to do the “New Workout Video”. What can I do?

    • Kirsten says:

      If you follow the calendars, you probably have this every week, don’t you? I had the same issue since I live in Europe, the new workout comes online when it’s 3AM over here. The first time, I just picked a random workout to fill my routine. And when next week started, I took the new workout from the past week. So then you do al the new workouts, just a little later :).

    • mon says:

      I have the same problem living in Australia. I actually do the calendar a day late, so today, it really is Thursday, but instead of doing the Cocktail Thursday I do the Wednesday HIITilates at the Beach workout. This means that I always have the new video ready for me to do on the actual day. Hope that helps.

  • Annie says:

    I think this is my favorite calendar so far!!
    Love the idea of having a different series every day, rather than a different body part each day. :-) it makes me more encouraged not to skip any days.

  • Dominique says:

    where can I print out the free eat clean meal plans? I cannot seem to find it. Thx.

  • Ruth says:

    Well, I’ve run into a snag it seems. I’ve been wanting to overeat lately, just because I get bored easily and food is my go to thing. This overeating I’ve been doing for the past week or so and it’s becoming a bad habit and I’m afraid of all my hard work going down the drain.
    Does anyone have any tips or advice on what I should do? Much appreciated!

    • Tronny says:

      Some things that have worked for me: keeping fewer snacks around, keepIng myself on a schedule (after a meal, telling myself I won’t need to eat again for x hours and sticking to it even if it means I end up staring at the clock counting down the minutes), putting barriers between me and the food (for example, putting it in a hard to reach place) and training myself to think about whether I truly need food whenever I’m reaching across that barrier. When I know I’m BSing myself and am just bored, I make tea instead; it’s a ritual I can do to satisfy my boredom without jeopardizing my weight loss.

    • Chloe says:

      Hi Ruth! I have the same problem of food being my go to thing when I become bored. To start, try having portioned meals and snacks throughout the day to help you stay full longer. When I become bored and start going to food, I try drinking a glass or two of water (I infuse my water with lemon), chewing on gum, taking a bite of really bitter dark chocolate (such as 90% cacao chocolate), or sucking on ice cubes to relieve the cravings. If I start to cave in, I go on Instagram or the Blogilates app to look at photos of people who work hard at getting that “killer body” and quotes to stay mentally strong. You can also ask yourself, “Am I going to break down and cave in to the jar of cookies or be proud of my accomplishments so far and keep it up? What would he/she (insert name of trainer or the person who motivates you to live a healthier life style) do in my situation?” Remember that there are other people going through a similar problem. Let’s conquer this together! Good luck and stay strong!

  • […] everyone have fun starting the #MightyMarch Calendar? Supermodel Saturdays were awesome […]

  • Aoife says:

    You know on the calendar, when she says new workout vid, does that just mean her newest video yeah?thanks

    • Shakirah says:

      Yup it’s her new workout that comes out every Monday :) so this week it’s the Perfect Legs

  • Madison Nunes says:

    I really like the layout for march’s calendar. I think that the days are split up just right.

  • no_aloha says:

    Hi Cassey and POPSters,

    Do the monthly Blogilates calendars provide enough cardio for fat loss? I’ve been concerned and confused about this for a while.

    • Elana says:

      Hi! I think the cardio days on the calendar are good enough alone without adding extra cardio those days, but when your doing a sculpting/strengthening day it doesn’t hurt to add a half hour of cardio afterwards, it will speed up the progress thats for sure! but either way doing the calendar alone plus eating clean will deff lead to results….
      (Btw it is recommended to do cardio 3x a week on top of strength training if you have the time/energy/motivation)

      Good luck! :D

  • Trish says:

    I’ve been doing blogilates for a while but this is my first time starting the month following the calendar. I’m not super in shape yet so I always end up sore for a day or two after workouts, and so instead of following the calendar I end up deciding what parts of the body I’m capable of working (“Shoulders and abs still sore, let’s do legs and butt today”, that kind of thing) and picking a different day’s playlist that matches that, haha. This month pretty much every day is a total body workout, though, so I’m going to try and suck it up and follow the calendar exactly.

    Anyone have tips for muscle recovery and making sure muscles will be usable the next day? I drink protein shakes post-workout, but don’t have any other pre or post-workout ‘routines’.

    • Cena says:

      Trish,

      Protein afterward is def helpful but do keep in mind that most people (I know living in America at least) get about twice the amount of protein they need per day.

      Otherwise I think good tips for relaxing muscles the best you can are stretching out afterwards (I’m guilty of not doing this) and maybe taking a good soak in the bathtub. As you get stronger, too, and practice more, I think it gets easier.

      • Trish says:

        Hi Cena, thanks for replying! You’re probably right about the stretching, I don’t so much stretch after workouts as collapse sprawled out on the floor, hahaha. I’ll try and make myself stretch after today’s.

        I’m definitely not getting an extreme amount of protein, haha. A quick googling is telling me 46g is a good number for a normal adult woman to aim for (though I know many people aim for much higher when trying to develop muscle), but yesterday I only hit about 30, maybe 35 (no protein shake that day). I’m not vegetarian but I do believe in going meatless to a high degree (for environmental reasons and to be respectful of animals by not taking their sacrifice for granted), and even though yesterday’s meals included peanut butter on bread for breakfast, a lentil-filled soup for lunch, and a meatless chili filled with beans and tofu for supper, it looks like I would have needed larger portions to hit that magic number. Before doing the math I actually thought yesterday was a pretty good protein day for me, so that probably means that my average meatless day is even lower.

        Anyway, since I’m trying to develop muscle and change my body, I’m thinking it’s better to take the protein and be a bit over than to not take it and be under. :)

        • Sunny says:

          Hi! Just a thought on the protein thing. Do you eat a lot of whole grains? Most of them have a good amount of protein.
          As far as snacks or what to do after a workout, I have done a banana and peanut butter after a work out too. And a glass of milk if you like that. I hope your journey goes well!

    • Mary Beth says:

      I’m a dancer so I feel sore all the time. I find that rolling out the muscles with a tennis ball or golf ball relaxes the muscles as does sitting on the floor and gently massaging every muscle after a workout. Hope this helps

  • Sofia says:

    Hi Cassey!
    So during the whole month of January I was exercising everyday after school for 45 minutes! I was eating a lot healthier too! Then in February I kind of lost all motivation I didn’t feel like exercising anymore, and i didn’t eat very healthy either. i decided that this month i want to get back on track and eat healthy again and workout. I really want to feel and look good this summer! So Im going to be joining you all for the March calendar! Any tips to help motivate or to cure a sweet tooth????

    • Sunny says:

      Apples:-) or PB on celery with a few craisens, raisins and/or chocolate chips (also called ants in a log). Good, healthy sweet snacks.

  • Dolly says:

    Hi friends!

    I’m so excited to be completing the March calendar with all of you. I’ve been part of this wonderful community since last October (Abtober!!) and seen not only physical changes, but mental changes as well. Before coming across Cassey’s blog, I was one of those cardio bunnies. Although, I didn’t have a lot of weight to lose, doing Blogilates has toned me up like running never did. I’m so happy to have found workouts that I actually enjoy and will have no problem sticking with!

    Thank you, Cassey, for all your positive motivation and fun workout videos. We are so fortunate that you take the time to improve our lives with these free workouts. Free!! That’s right… NO EXCUSES.

  • Lynn says:

    Thanks Cassey! I love your calendars! Congrats girls, you all look amazing!

  • Ellie says:

    OMG just finished Supermodel Saturday and LOVED it(: This is my first month with blogilates and I am so excited to see the results
    Thank you Cassey <3

  • Fee says:

    I think I’m going to do Febuready again, because I don’t know if a total body workout everyday will be intense enough for each body part. Does any one else know more about this?

  • […] everyone! The Blogilates March calendar is finally here! I looked over the calendar, I’m really happy to see a ton of my favorite […]

  • Kylie (From Australia N.S.W) says:

    How come my comments say ‘waiting accommodation?’ I switched my email just to see if it’s the same.. I haven’t done anything wrong Cassey D:

  • Valicitie says:

    Hey POPsters!!
    I, like most of you, are SUPER stoked for this month!!! Let’s remember… School, for most of us, ends in just 3 months. And what does that mean?! Oh, yeaaah… It means SUMMER, SWIMMING, and BIKINI’s! I have a more than wonderful boyfriend, of 6 months now, who was my best friend for 5 years before we started dating last September. I want to get fit, and look awesome for a couple of different reasons, 1) He deserves some serious arm candy. 2) My jeans don’t fit.. 3) MY BIGGEST ONE; A Twin Peaks is opening up around me soon, for those who don’t know it is a “Breastraunt” kind of like Hooters, only… the girls are way hotter. And, I turn 17 in 6 MONTHS!!!! AND I AM SO EXCITED. SO If I can take these 6 months and WORK MY BUTT OFF, actually… I need my butt for the job, anyway. I think I can get the job… And, I want it. I want it BAD. So, I just wanted to tell you guys that you are all doing wonderful!!! And, I am so proud of you, and myself!

    Valicitie (:

  • Kylie (From Australia N.S.W) says:

    Hey Cassey! Looking forward to the calendar! (I think ) I’ve gone away from home for 9days. Didn’t pack any workout stuff, so I’m having a break! Since I was so good through last month. Can’t wait to join you!

  • Jamie says:

    Hello guys! Uhmm, do we have to do all the exercises in one go or can I do two in the morning and the rest in the afternoon? Which is more effective?

  • Christine says:

    Hi Cassey and everyone!

    Can anyone offer me advice – I just got a knee injury and can’t put any weigh on it all, can’t walk without crutches :(
    Is there any of blogilates excercises that I can do that don’t involve the lower body at all? How can I ensure that I can keep my fitness up and not gain weight with this injury!

    Thanks!!!

    • Erica says:

      There are moves you can do mostly abs and arms but other than Casseys 50 fact viedo I can not think of a video that does not make you stand up , put your legs up,or makes you do some kind of plank. You may just have to use Cassey as your inspiration and either pick and choose what you can do (don’t forget there are variations for most moves in pilates that you may or may not be able to do) or create something that works for you with what you can do. I hope this helps.

    • Dessa says:

      I just had foot surgery and I have been focusing on arms and back, I just sit and do the workouts I dont stand. Also there are quite a few abs videos were all the moves are on the mat so your laying down that I have been doing as well.
      Hope this helps.
      Feel better

  • Claudette says:

    OOOhhhh this calendar looks perfect to get a great body for summer

  • Claudette says:

    hello, so I do 2 times in the week athletics from 18;30 to 20;00 on monday and wednesday. usually on monday i am free at 16;00 and then i have jazz ballet from 16;45 to 17;45 on monday (also on wednesday) I am really tired of athletics and can’t really do pilates although i really want to finish the calendar… but also do other sports with that. i is just really hard to plan everything in my day everyday of the week because i have to do a lot for school, you know….I thought maybe i could before school but then i had to wake up before 6 am and i tried it once but i get really sick when i do that like in my stomach and got headache, and i can’t make sound in the house cuse everyone is sleeping…..any tips please??? thank you ;)

  • Caitlyn says:

    Thank you so much Cassey for sharing my story with all these fellow POPsters! I am so inspired by the encouraging and motivational fitness community you have created with Blogilates. I hope to one day do the same, and pass on the knowledge and support you have given me. You are such a beautiful blessing to all these great people who follow you!
    Wishing you the best in everything you do,
    Caitlyn

  • Pao says:

    I love march!! I´m adding a 30 min run workout in the morning before going to college and then Pop-pilates during the afternoon :D
    Happy march to all of you Popsters!! Keep going!!

    Love you so much :)

  • Aemun says:

    wow! looks intense !!! can’t wait to get started!!!
    i now work twice a week so balancing my schedule is getting a little difficult.
    but i will find a way :)

  • Amy says:

    Thank you Cassey!! You are the best

  • Laura says:

    Hi Cassey, thank for this amazing March!
    I like the choiche of “total body” every single day, I hope to be able to follow it (since now I’ve trained a single different part each day).
    Love the pict with flowers, you’re so beautiful! :)
    And congrats to all the POPsters that transformed themselves… you’re the best motivation for all of us!

    Have a good month!

  • Pauline says:

    Hi Cassey! Hi girls!

    I have bronchial asthma, so intense workouts don’t really go well with me because I have a hard time breathing after half an hour. I do work out though, but just not all the time. Right now I’m doing the Beginners Calendar because that’s where I feel most comfortable even though I’m not a beginner. Mostly I’ve lost weight because of a strict diet. Also, I’m a full time college student, so I haven’t got loads of time.

    But, I really want to do this March Calendar, but it seems really intense. What if I can’t do all the workouts in one day? Because looking at it now, I feel scared for my asthma attacks. Should I just stick to my Beginners Workout? I’m thinking of alternating it. Like for day 1 I could do beginners, and then for day 2 I could do the march one, and then so forth. Any advice? Thank you!

    • Katherine says:

      Hey Pauline,

      I have bronchial asthma myself and at times it is very bad (mostly fall and spring due to some allergies that I have) and what I do is split up the workouts. I do half in the morning before I go to school (I am also in university) and the rest when I get home. Not only does it give me some energy when I need it most but I do not end up having breathing problems.

      Just listen to your body and you will know what you are capable of. Hope that helps :)

  • Grace says:

    Hi there! I’m really excited for this calendar, but I have few complications I need help with. I don’t think I will be able to work out on Mondays and Wednesdays because I just made the badminton team and I dance. Here’s the schedule: I wake up at 6:30am and go to school. Then, I get out of school at 2:30, then badminton practice until 4pm, when I rush to my dance studio and dance from 4-5 then 6:30 to 7:30. (I stay there the whole time though.) Next I arrive home at about 8pm, when I shower, make my lunch, read, eat a snack, etc., until 9:30, when I go to bed. As you can see, I have a really tight schedule so I don’t really have time to work out. The problem is, though, I am used to doing Pilates 6 days a week, and 1. I don’t want to lose my muscle and 2. I am a high achiever, so I really hate skipping workouts because it reeeeeally bothers me! I guess badminton and dance are workouts but I still feel bad when I don’t do the Pilates. Any ideas on what I should do? By the way, I am 13, grade 8, and I am not trying to lose weight but maintain and grow my muscle:) Thanks!

    • Anna says:

      You’re doing a ton of physical activity on the days that you have badminton and dance–I don’t think you’re in danger of losing muscle. Of course you might miss pilates, but you can always come back to it once your other activities settle down. And you should still do pilates on the days that you don’t have practice.

  • Sofia says:

    Thanks for new calendar! I can’t wait to start it but it’s so frustrating that every time I want to start a “new life” I get ill. And that’s what happened again. But I’ll start as soon as I just can.

    • Grace says:

      Good attitude, and sorry you’re ill:( Feel better soon!!! :)

  • jackie says:

    Im super excited for On Fire Fridays!! My son and I do Fridays on Fire a lot. He thinks he made it up for me when Fri was a rest day on a month awhile ago. Thanks for putting it on here, he thinks its because of him. :)

  • Leslie says:

    Hi cassey I know you may not read this but I follow you on instagram, youtube, snd twitter. But some how I always get lazy or find and excuse not to work, I was 153 when I first found you I was doing your exercise and went down to 140, now I weiqh 164. Unfortunately I know I cant blame myself buy I now know I have to lose weight because my clothes is starting not to fit when which is pretty said but I am thsnkful thst every month you send me email which encourages me to continue and give up. I know I can do it and thats thanks to you and everyone who follows you. I will now restart my journey in losing weight and leaving size 10 for a size 7 ! :)

  • Alina says:

    Oh my, this month looks like a lot of work! Since I’m from Germany, I gotta switch Monday with Tuesday because your new “Monday” video appears usually at 3 am on Tuesday here in Germany xD And I don’t have your App just yet, gonna get a new phone soon, but until then… has anyone an idea what to do instead of the App exclusive workouts? Don’t want to do nothing for those.
    And Cassey, thank you so much for creating a new calendar every single month for us! It really helps me going strong!

    • Tina says:

      I usually just look what kind of work out it is like legs or whatever it is , then do a 10 minute one which ever body part it says, hope it helps

  • Leandra says:

    I’m so excited for this month! I really like the layout, because it’s always nice to see how my ability to do the same video increases from week to week. The way I do my workouts actually has me in the gym 3X/week and doing blogilates 3X/week, alternating which weeks I do which days, so with this month’s format, I don’t have to miss ANY videos! (except occasionally the new ones on Monday). Also, I really like how each day has its own series, so you get to work more/different muscles each day, which will help prevent fatigue and promote good form. I’m still struggling with eating well, because college food + stress eating = recipe for disaster. But I’m trying! And I have faith that eventually I’ll work everything out. Even though I’m not losing weight or inches or anything, I can tell that I am getting stronger which is probably the most important thing anyway, right? At least in my current situation.

    • Anne says:

      Do you still follow the workouts for the day even if you do blogilates only three times a week? Or do you choose a random day to follow/choose random videos?

      • Leandra says:

        Monday-Wednesday, I would follow the videos for the day, Thursday is my rest day, and then Friday-Sunday I would follow the previous day’s workout videos. So, one week would be: Monday videos, gym, Wednesday videos, rest, gym, Friday videos, gym, and the next week would be: gym, Tuesday videos, gym, rest, Thursday videos, gym, Saturday videos. It’s kind of a wacky system, but it enables me to get the gym time I want, while still getting the benefit of each of the calendar’s different daily “themes” throughout the month =)

  • Tia says:

    Yess!!! I wanted you to make a calendar like this!! This is going to be so much fun! I almost don’t want to take a break >.<

  • hisui says:

    I love the not-too-busy-look of this month’s calendar. Thanks, Cassey! <3
    I just recently moved to another country two weeks ago. Temporarily staying with my aunt until I find a job and my own place, so I don't even have a mat or dumbbells for working out. I've gotten back the weight I lost before the Christmas season and rarely workout anymore. But I hate feeling pudgy so I'll give my best to complete this #mightymarch, plus I need my happy hormones too!

  • Britney says:

    Has the app been updated yet??

  • Aki says:

    I’ve followed your monthly workouts and meal plans for the last three months, and I really loved both of them!! I can feel that my body is more toned and lean. I’ll tweet or post a pic of mine for the #blogilatestransformation tomorrow! I’m going to follow the workouts for March!! How exciting! Thanks for making the workout fun everyday, Cassey :)

  • Kelsey says:

    Thanks for the new calendar, Cassey. Looking forward to getting this one started tomorrow! Keep doing what you’re doing, because the workouts have made a huge difference in the lives of people like me :)

  • Anne says:

    Can I follow this workout calendar if I just finished the beginner’s workout calendar or would this be too difficult and I should follow the previous workout calendars (for other months)?

    • Lily says:

      I think you should give this calendar a go! you’re much stronger than you once were and you could totally handle it- well I believe you can :)

      • Anne says:

        Thanks, Lily! I do hope so. I skipped some days of the beginner’s calendar. :/

    • Karen says:

      I’m right there with you. I also did the beginners calendar last month. Its gonna be hard, but we can do it :D

  • Bernice says:

    Do you guys know if we have to do all the workouts listed for the day or do we choose one? Thank you!! Xx

    • Minah says:

      We do all the workouts listed for the day :)

    • Simone says:

      Do all :) follow the links Cassey posted up.

  • Yasmeen says:

    I am excited super excited…..I finished Feb now will be starting March….I love u n respect u so much Cassey U R VERY Down to Earth personI appreciate you for this gr8 feature in u…May Allah Bless you Cassey. …

  • Lauren says:

    I absolutely love all of your videos!! For February each week was a different routine of videos. I was just wondering why for March it is all the same? Thanks!

    • Kelsey says:

      I agree, I like my workouts changed up to keep me excited

    • Simone says:

      Yea I love the changes from week to week too

      • Kylie (From Australia N.S.W) says:

        I like the variety aswell.. But it’s ok she doesn’t usually do that, I always edit the calendar to suit me. I’ll see how I go.

  • Jennifer says:

    Is it better to complete the Beginner’s Calendar before moving on to this kind of thing? I really want to move on to this one starting tomorrow and only have one more week of the Beginner’s Calendar. But my birthday is in March, so I want this to be like a birthday present to me. Suggestions? Help!

    • Pip says:

      Just go straight to the March one. The Beginners Calendar is just kinda to start you going every day on easier stuff, but you’re into it now.

  • Breda says:

    I am so excited!!! omggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg

  • Tanja :) says:

    the on fire day will be sooo hard :D i did the arms on fire and yess…they burned like hell xD so this day will get me down but i will push through it!

  • Caterina says:

    Really love the division into series per day! Don’t look forward to tomorrow.
    During Jan and Feb I lost motivation. I trained hard and fail, then again and again and again. I feel disappointed by myself. From yesterday I felt a deep change in my mind and I managed doing some things I was never able to do before (like 20 burpees or 1full minute of high-speed mountain climbers). I really want to use this month to challenge myself eating clean and training hard.
    We can do it! Now I know I can, and I’m sure you can too.

    Hope the best for everyone of you guys!

  • Yasmin says:

    I am a college student and I spend 5 out of 7 days studying & doing school work. My off days are usually Saturday and Sunday. I am a BEGINNER and want to lose at least 10 pounds or more by April. I am able to workout only 2-3 times a week because of my schedule. What calendar or workouts do you guys suggest I do?

    • Leandra says:

      To be quite honest, it’s not healthy to lose more than 1-2 pounds per week, because your body will start to freak out. Sorry =(

      I’m actually a college student too, and I know how difficult it can be to fit everything in. But I actually find that taking a workout break really helps increase my brain function, and helps make my studying more effective and efficient. So if it’s at all possible, try to fit in 5-6 workouts per week, and definitely eat as healthy as you can.

      Good luck =)

      • Anne says:

        Leandra, what do those 5-6 workouts consist? Do you complete the workouts listed in the calendar? I’m a college student too and sometimes I get too tired and just want to sleep.

        • Nele says:

          I’m kind of in the same situation here. I’m an elementary school teacher and do modern dance on monday, baton twirling on wednesday and ballet on saturday. The other days I have time to do some workouts but I’m mostly to tired or have work for school to do too so I can’t do all off the workouts listed. What do you guys think is the best way to fit the workouts into my schedule?

        • Leandra says:

          Anne, I alternate between doing the workout calendar and going to the gym (calendar, gym, calendar, gym, and so on with a rest day or two somewhere in there). I totally know what you mean about the sleep thing, though. Especially during winter =/ On those extra-sleepy days I usually try to do one or two videos, and see how my body responds.

          Nele, I usually do my workouts right after (or very soon after) I’m done with class for the day; I find it’s a good, productive break that helps refresh my brain before I get started on homework. I don’t know what your teacher schedule looks like, but maybe something similar would work for you on the days you don’t have dance/baton?

  • OFelia says:

    I NEED HELP PLEASE!!!

    I so want to get in shape, lose some pounds and change my life. I have been wanting this forever.. and I try do so well for the first weeks then, all of the sudden i get distracted and lose my motivation! lately I have been eating semi-healthy but still splurge like twice or thrice a week.. of course it doesnt help that my dear husband wants cheeseburgers or wings.. I have the mentality and promise myself this time it will be it and my husband too.. but i have found out I cannot rely in him to keep me strong, and me I am much worse. I want it, but I do not want to suffer.. please someone take compassion on me :( help me to stay reliable.. If you need someone to push you too, I will do it back.. i just need like a message a day or a call to see if I have excersiced.. or a working out partner, which is harder since I live in Amarillo, TX… anyone out there??? let me know.. find me on FB as Ofelia Smith or twitter as [email protected] though I dont understand twitter very much..

  • Katya says:

    I’ve with Cassey since June 2013 and it felt really great. But after New Year I’ve just lost my motivation to do any workouts at all. So tomorrow it’s going to change! I/m fed up of feeling guilty for not working out, when I want to but feel lazy. Tomorrow I will get up and do it! Wish me luck girls :)

    • Camilla says:

      Good luck! ;-)

    • Candice says:

      Good luck! I’m in the boat with you! Let’s start off March clean and guilt-free and do our best to do this month’s workouts! :)

      • Katya says:

        Thanks! I already finished day 1! So proud of myself!

  • Jen says:

    Hi Cassey! Just a question – I am a huge runner, I love getting my cardio through either running a few miles outside or hitting the treadmill (occasionally the elliptical when I’m feeling under the weather). Can pain ol’ cardio be done in place of much of the HIIT videos for the sake of time? (I’m a busy college girl!)

    • Alexis says:

      yes! It actually burns more calories than her HIITs do, I’ve measured lol!

      • Simone says:

        HIIT workouts are designed so that you dont burn as many calories while doing the workouts, when compared to a run. However HIIT workouts end up burning more calories because they make you continue to burn calories, by speeding up your metabolic rate, for 24 to 48 hours after the workout.

        So if you do the HIIT properly (all out) it will burn more calories than a doing a run for the amount of time.

  • edel says:

    Hi, Cassey! I’ve been working out with you for a while now, and I have a question that has been brewing over the last couple of months. I know you dedicate a lot of time to us, but I was wondering, can you possibly design a calendar for people who work out 3 times a week? The beginners calendar is way to easy for me – regular is more time than I have. I really like to have tough workouts 3 times a week, but I have difficulty mixing-matching your regular workout calendar into my schedule. Pleeeeease???

    • Audry says:

      If I have to skip days, or just want to work out a few days a week (I’ve tried that before), I used to like taking a few of the hardest videos from the days I skipped–like say I worked out on Monday, skipped Tuesday and Wednesday, and worked out again on Thursday, I’d just take my favorite or the hardest from all of those days and do them on the few days I worked out. A hard, sweet, sweaty workout to make you smile :D

      • edel says:

        :))) Thanks! That’s what I try to do – gotta make up for the missed days!

  • Teejay says:

    I want to try this calendar so bad! I just recently started doing your beginners calendar after being on a workout hiatus.. is it ok if we can only do half the videos or skip 1 a day if I can’t finish it yet?

    • Teejay says:

      And I mean that with the March calendar not beginners :)

      • Rosa says:

        I’m not Cassey but that seems fine, she’s always saying do as much as you can and watch maybe by the end of the month you will be able to finish all the workouts :) good luck

  • Julie says:

    So I just tried printing the March calendar and some the days got cut off. Do I need to somehow flip the picture somehow or scale it down to fit? HELP! Thanks : )

    • Julie says:

      And I just got it to print the whole thing. Yay! So excited to start tomorrow!

  • Felicia says:

    I’m looking for some tips/ideas. I’m going on a service trip during spring break this month. I know I probably won’t have time, energy or space to do most of the workouts during that week since we will be working long days (hopefully doing some manual labor so I can get a workout!). Does anyone have any suggestions on what I can do? I don’t want to fall off the wagon like I did last spring break. :(

    • jennifer says:

      If you work out an hour now, keep that time set aside on your trip to at least stretch so that your routine is not thrown off. Walk when and where you can: up stairs, parking far from the door, etc to get in extra movement through the day. That helps me when I go on trips.

  • Felicia says:

    I did the beginner’s calendar in February. Looking at the March calendar is a little intimidating, but I know I can do it!

    • Caitlin says:

      I’ve been doing the regular calendars for a few months now and the March calendar looks intimidating to me! Don’t worry…we’ll get through it together :)

    • Sophie says:

      I also chose february to start with the beginner’s calendar because the ending of the calendar perfectly matched with “the real calendar”, if you know what I mean ^^
      Hopefully I can stick to the schedule… I haven’t got more time than an hour a day for workout and I don’t know if I have enough strength xD
      But we can do this!

  • Vanessa says:

    Here’s to doing these videos from Korea! We can do it!

    • Alycia says:

      I’m doing the workouts from Japan! ^_^

    • Simone says:

      Hey Vanessa, I’m also doing them from Korea! :D

    • Divania says:

      Yay also doing them from Korea!! :)

  • Bri says:

    I am so excited for the March calendar! I LOVE LOVE LOVE the beach workouts! I live in Fargo, ND (low temp tomorrow will be -27 degrees – not counting wind chill) and they just put me in a good mood and let me escape a bit :). I normally don’t care for the cardio dance workouts but Great Gatsby and Legs for Days cardio are my favorites. I am happy.

  • Kathy says:

    Hello Cassey!
    After doing todays workout, I feel strong and motivated again after being kind of depressed in the morning. I’m now looking forward to March :) I am only wondering if I can do Mondays workout every week because I am in college from 9 to 5 p.m. but I hope I can. Otherwise I might add the videos to the other days.
    I also wanted to say I am really thankful for these workout calenders. You make me smile every day :) It will be my third calender now. You and all the comments here are the reason why I never gave up.
    You are not only teaching fitness and a healthy life, you are teaching happiness!! ^-^
    Congrats to all girls whos pictures I can see. They look amazing!!
    Good luck to all you guys in March, Kathy <3

    • Katelyn says:

      You can move your rest day to Monday :) I have my rest day on Friday since I usually have school until three the work from 5-10:30. It works wonders!

  • Paula says:

    omg… this month will be hard but AMAZING

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