My go-to just-get-it-done 25 minute workouts!

First, I want to thank you all for your patience with me! I know the blog has been very quiet lately. I’m so busy with helping my personal training clients, that I barely have time to train myself, let alone write anything interesting on the blog! If you ever find yourself in the same situation, here are two great workouts that will give you the health & energy boost you need to manage a busy life, in only about 25 minutes time! These are my go-to get-it-done workouts when I’m...

I Tried My Boyfriends Leg Workout

Anyone following me and social media and reading my blogs knows that I’m all about training the glutes! Honestly, I do everything I can to avoid hitting the quads as much as possible, and in my own training “Leg Day” means “Glute Day”. Check out some of my fave glute workous here, here and here. If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know I’ve been more or less single since forever, but I recently met someone reeeaaaaally sweet and handsome. As we all know, most guys skip leg...

Exercises to do in the Hospital Post Partum (To Prevent and Heal Diastasis Recti)

Exercise in the hospital? No, I’m not crazy! The exercises I’ll advice you to do can be done from a hospital bed and have been shown to reduce diastasis recti (separated abdominal muscles)  when performed in two sessions suring the first 24 hours after birth. he exercises are very light activation exercises, designed to help your body recover from what it’s just been through. What is Diastasis Recti? Diastasis recti is a stretching and widening of the connective tissue (linea alba) that runs down the center of your abdomen and...

Full Body Dumbbell Home Workout

Did this amazing workout yesterday that I wanted to share with you. It’s a full body workout that especially targets your legs, core, chest and arms. Basically everything is firing to get you through but I promise it feels good when it’s done. Complete these 5 exercises back to back: – DB front squat – Renegade row – DB Alternating side lunges – Push up to plank bird-dog – Reverse plank kicks Do 3 rounds of decreasing reps 20-15-10 1 minute break between rounds #PostWorkoutFace

Why You Should Stay Warm During and After Your Workout

Sponsored post When you exercise, you should always do a good warm up before getting into the intense part of the workout. A good warm up allows your heart rate increase slowly and prepares your joints and muscles for the work they’re about to do. It’s important to stay warm during your workout and to cool down slowly for several reasons. Reason 1: To Prevent Illness However, if you work out in cold conditions, you will need to help your body keep warm with the right clothes that protects against...
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