Workout That My Clients Love
It was eerily quiet this morning when I woke up and I feel like it is the calm before the storm that is supposed to slam the east coast today and tomorrow. Ice storm? Really? Two days? What the heck is going on these days? They are now just reporting a possible tornado in Louisiana? Say what…
This weather is UNREAL and almost comical. It’s totally out of our control, so I’m just trying to go with the flow and not get too frazzled. ;)The next two days should be interesting both at work and with whatever this storm throws at us. I’m still planning on going in today and just waiting to start receiving the cancellation calls…
So what does this girl eat when it is cold, gray, and snowing? Well a bowl of oats of course! This combination is delicious because the pear was so sweet and juicy and the combination of the saltiness of the peanut butter=heavenly. Healthy, filling, and great fuel before a workout…Try it out!
- 1/2 cup of Quaker Oats
- 1 T of Crazy Richard’s creamy peanut butter
- 1 diced pear
- 1 scoop of Trader Joe’s
I wanted to share with you a workout that I have been using on a couple of my clients and they have absolutely loved it! It’s a great full body circuit that scorches calories, gets your HR up, and tones all the trouble spots. I had them start off with a 10 minute warm up on the Stair Mill. Try to shoot for 10 minutes with no hands and increasing the speed every 1-2 minutes. A great way to kick-start your workout!
Workout: Perform 3 sets of 15 repetitions with a 1-Minute rest between each.
- Squat on the Bosu Ball while holding a medicine ball
- Shoulder Press with DB’s while standing on Bosu Ball
- Biceps Curl with DB’s while standing on Bosu Ball
- Plank on the Bosu Ball with forearms
- Leg Press
- Walking Lunges
- Squat Jumps
- Push-Ups with feet on bench
- Step-Ups with DB’s
- Triceps Dip on bench
- Stability Ball Leg Curl
- Bridge on Stability Ball
- Leg Raises
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me, I would love to hear from you! All of my east coast readers, stay warm and drive safely the next two days. This will be interesting…
What kind of workout do you do at home, when the weather traps you inside?