Get ready to get back in shape with this post thanksgiving day workout! It’s time to get moving and stay on track with your goal weight and healthy lifestyle. Get started today by doing this workout routine.
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The Holidays and Fitness: Getting back into a routine
During the holidays I usually cut back on my fitness routine. Not purposefully, but due to the busy holiday schedule and family and friends festivities exercise usually gets bumped down on the priority list. This year, I want to make sure I don’t get into a routine of missing my workouts entirely, even if I cut back a little.
I must admit, sitting down by the fireplace and snuggling up in my winter pajamas with some hot coco sounds so much better than jumping on the treadmill or going to the gym. But gaining weight and having to start back at square one is not appealing either. 🙂
After Thanksgiving most of us feel like a stuffed turkey. So it’s time to get up off the couch and work off that pumpkin pie! Here’s a good full body workout you can do to get you back into the groove and keep pushing forward with your healthy lifestyle.Try this post Thanksgiving workout today! Click To Tweet
- Side steps (2 Minutes)
- Light jog in place (5 minutes)
- Arm Circles forward (10 times)
- Arm Circles backwards (10 times)
- Jumping Jacks (2 minutes)
The Workout: (You can do this circuit just once or more than once, it’s up to you!)
- 15 Mountain climbers
- 10 Burpees
- 40 Bicycle Crunches
- 1 Minute Plank
- 50 Squats
- 25 Jumping Jacks
- 10 Push ups
- 50 Leg lifts (25 each leg)
- Jog in place for 2 minutes
- 1 minute plank
- 1 minute wall sit
- 10 Tricep dips
- Jump rope 2 minutes
- Be sure to do some stretches after this workout and drink plenty of water and maybe a recovery shake.
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