Recharge your workout


Work out of the week

100 jump ropes

25 squats

10 push-ups

50 crunches

25 lunges

1 minutes of planks

Workout of the week. Is just that. A workout for the week. It is designed for you to complete as many rounds as you can in 30 minutes on each workout day (take a 30 sec break after each completed round). For best results these exercise should be done at least 3 days out of the week. For those of you that are new to exercising, work at your own pace. No pressure. For those of you looking for a challenge, add weight to your workout.

Always consult your doctor before starting any new exercise regiment.


Recharge for March

Time to recharge.

Can you believe it’s already March?

If you started your year out by setting goals for a healthier, happier, and more fit you, here’s a big high-five to you. If you did not, it’s not to late to start.
Every few months. I like to recharge my workout and health goes so that I don’t get bored or that my progress doesn’t plateau

Here are a few things that can help you recharge for March.

1. Do a pantry sweep. Remove all the trigger foods that call your name at night.
2. Make a new grocery list and have all the foods you need before the week starts.
3, Pre-plan your snacks and meals. Think healthy!!
4. Reevaluate/ start your workout routine. If you already have a routine in place, try pushing yourself a little harder by adding an extra 5 or 10 minutes to your workout or add heavier weights. If your just getting started, start slow but be consistent with your workout days.
5. If you’re not a jogger/runner, incorporate jogging/running into your work out.
6. Start weight lifting. You’ll be amazed with the results.
7. Drink your water and eat your greens.
8. Keep a workout journal. You’ll feel good to see how far you’ve come.
9. Get a workout buddy or two.
10. Stay focused and positive. Change will come.