It’s okay if you don’t have access to all these things. Get creative. Instead of riding the spin bike run up and down the stairs in your house or do sprints in your driveway. Do jumping jacks. Use a kitchen chair as a step stool/bench. Grab your babies for extra resistance. Use washcloths instead of gliders. You get the idea. You don’t need a gym to get in a great workout, you just need creativity!
- 24-Minute Total Body Workout
- Drop Sets: 8-12-16
- Upper Body Strength Blast
- Sweaty Hot Mess Circuit
- Superset Workout to Make You Super Strong
- Orange Theory Inspired Leg Burner
- Hamstring + Glute Killer (Total Body Workout)
- Drop it Like it’s Hot <— lotsa squats ;-), still total body, though
** While I am a certified group fitness instructor, it’s always important to check with your healthcare provider before making any major changes in your activity level.**
The workouts posted here are total body workouts, meaning all of your major muscle groups will be exercised. With that being said, it’s important to make sure you give your body the proper time to rest and heal before completing another strength workout. I suggest doing these workouts 2-3 times per week on alternating days. If you love to workout, on alternating days you could do more cardio. If you want to add in three days of cardio and aren’t training for anything specific, you could break it up like this: one day doing an activity you love (for me this is mountain biking or hiking), one day doing HIIT and one day doing steady state (endurance). Everyday I suggest doing yoga! 😉 If your schedule is tight and you can’t fit in a strength or cardio workout + yoga, please try to do some quick stretches after your workout. This can help prevent your muscles from being as sore the next 48 hours.
As always, listen to your body! Take a break when your body wants to. Get to know yourself and honor your needs. Your body will thank you for this! <3