Happy Monday everyone!
I hope that you had a wonderful Easter weekend and are ready for a great week!
Here is a quick, 10 Minute Ab Workout to help you get started on the right foot (or oblique! Trainer joke 🙂 ) I love this workout because it is for any level and will tone your arms as well.
And, be on the lookout for a very, special guest…..
One of the questions that my clients frequently ask is “When do I breathe?” Breathing is incredibly important while working out (and in daily life 🙂 ) but proper breathing is extremely crucial when working your abdominals. It can make a huge difference in how your abs look, as well as how strong they become.
Here is a quick video to teach you the proper breathing technique for ab exercises. I hope that you enjoy it.
*Don’t forget to Get Movin’ Monday. It doesn’t matter how long you move for but let’s start the week off right!
Good morning and happy Workout Wednesday!
Are you ready for a quick, no gym, full body workout?! It’s only 7 minutes and will incorporate cardio, strength, and abs. Plus, it’s only two moves so it’ll be easy on our minds.
I will do the entire workout with you. Let’s get started!!!
Hello everyone, happy Workout Wednesday!!!
When I became a trainer, this was one of the first BOSU exercises that I learned and it is still one of my favorites! It works your entire body, burns calories and gives you a cardio burst.
This is a BOSU Burpee (well, kinda 🙂 )! To modify this exercise, you can step back instead of jumping. To progress it, you can add a push up and a jump at the end. This can also be done without the BOSU as a simple Burpee.
Happy Fitness Friday!
It is extremely important to cool down after a workout but we may not always know how to do that. Here is a quick stretch video that can be used as a cool down, to increase flexibility or to use in the morning to kick start your day.
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Here is a Total Leg Workout that can be done at home or in the gym. All you need is a set of dumbbells and a mat. It can be done alone (in under 5 minutes) or added to another strength or cardio workout.