Catch me in the latest issue of Vista Magazine where I am talking about all things fitness and motivation. I’m sharing my top tips on how to stay motivated all year round and not just in January. Read the full article here!
The one thing I have changed about my workout routine is doing more full body workouts as opposed to a set body part on a set day (aka bodybuilding style – although I still LOVE a good leg day workout). There is nothing wrong with that approach but for me I felt I needed to
Here is a challenge for your upper body with the TRX:
- Pushup with shoulder tap (R)
- Pushup with shoulder tap (L)
- Pushup with reaches (R)
- Pushup with reaches (L)
- Push hold with knee peddle
Perform each move for 30 seconds each for 3 rounds.
Here is a kettle bell complex that is sure to get your legs feeling like jello. I use it as a finisher at the end of a leg workout to finish off. You can set the clock and work for time or you can work in sets and reps. 3 to 4 sets of 8 reps at a moderate weight you can control will work.
Happy leg day!
This has been my go to workout when I am pressed for time but want to get a quick and more importantly efficient workout. Grab a Kettlebell that you can manage for the entire workout and set your timer! Kettle workout: 50 KB swings 50 Goblet Squats 50 mountain climbers (each leg) Repeat the circuit
Fitness and anything that involves physical movement has been my life for the last 15+ years. I continuously set the bar higher and higher trying to outdo myself. This is how I stumbled into running. Running for me is like meditation – keeping that laser focus and just going for it. But if you’re like