Workout Jar!


Working out can get a little daunting at times. Being creative with your workout and your routines can help keep you motivated.
Having a workout jar is a fun and creative way to get your home workout in.
All you need is an old jar, a few pieces of print paper and a highlighter.Cut paper into small square pieces and write a few of your best workout excises on each piece.
Before working out, randomly pick 5 or 6 pieces of paper or however many you need for your allotted workout time. Now your good to go to get your workout on.

Share some of the ways you stay creative with your workout routine.


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.


No more excuses!!
When I first got into working out, I didn’t know where to start. The ideal of going to the gym was a bit overwhelming and too costly for me at the time. I felt intimidate because I wasn’t happy with my physical appearance, and I didn’t have a clue on how to use most of the equipment. I also wasn’t ready to be around all those skinny girls and super buff guys (that’s the vision I had in my mind) so I decided to invest in a few home workout videos and equipment to jump-start my weight loss and fitness goals.

I began my search online to see what was out there. I also frequent my local thrift stores, and to my surprise I found tons of workout DVDs and VHS videos  ( yes I still own a VCR). In addition to using workout videos I  used the exercise channel, which is no longer around.  There’s also a plethora of YouTube  exercise videos out there.
You name it and there is a workout video out there for it. So, don’t be afraid to try new things. If you need additional support, and you’re looking to take your health and fitness to the next level,  I’m available for health coaching sessions. Checkout my health coaching page.

Here are a few of the videos, exercises and or workout equipment I used at home to help me on my fitness journey

Videos I used:

High intensity workout
Julian Michaels 30 day shred
Julian Michaels killer buns and thighs
HITT with Chris Freytag
Windsor Pilates advance Continue reading