5 Minute Challenge – Core HIIT

We started this series, so you can incorporate some movement into your day – and not find an excuse not to! Anyone, can find 5 minutes to take for themselves.  Fitness Level: Beginners, All Levels Focus: Core + Glutes + Upper Body  Equipment: No equipment/bodyweight Length: 5:00 Follow along, or set a timer (we use Interval…

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#65: The Benefits of Cardio and Weight Loss

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Your heart is the most important muscle in your body. It’s the thing that keeps you alive! Ignoring it is the worst thing you could do! Now don’t get me wrong, cardio can be super boring which is honestly why I used to hate doing it along with a lot of other people I knew in…

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The Ultimate Take-It-Anywhere Workout!

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Are you traveling out of town? Can’t make it to the gym today? With a couple of pieces of equipment stashed in your suitcase, it’s easy to get in a workout without leaving your hotel room. Two basic items to pack are exercise bands and a jump rope. They weigh next to nothing and take…

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#37: How to Be Your Own Personal Trainer!

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What should I do for a workout? We get this question at least once a day, and I’m sorry to say that we don’t have the perfect answer for everybody. As much as everyone is hoping for that magic tip and solution to this question I am afraid to say “there isn’t one”. The reason…

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Take Your Butt From Flat to Full Workout

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This workout challenge is designed to tighten, tone, lift and reshape your butt. Is this challenge easy? “No”. Will your behind be sore? “Probably”. Will it be worth it? “Definitely”. How much time will I have to dedicate to this challenge? “16 minutes or less 2-3x week”  What you’ll need for this challenge: water, a yoga…

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10 Min High Intensity Workout

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AMRAP stands for As Many Rounds/Reps As Possible. In these workouts, you’ll set a timer for a fixed amount of time and go through the sequence as many times as you can. The goal behind AMRAP’s is to take a short period of time, a challenging set of exercises (generally 2-6) and to work at…

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