Warm It Up By Working It Out Wednesday
Happy Wednesday! I am feeling so much better today, thanks for your get well wishes! I think I have beaten this stomach bug and I am ready to get back to living life.
Plus, I don’t really want to have to eat ANOTHER bowl of soup.
Ginger Pepper With Rice Noodles On The Left and Classic Tomato with Avocado On The Right
I know that normally Wednesday is all about Ask Away, but I had to share this workout with you… today.
This is the workout I’ll be doing, with my boot campers. I might not be able to give it 100% but I do want to give it what I got. Hopefully I got something 🙂
I am excited about this workout for several reasons.
One, this week started the kick off to my boot camp holiday transformation contest. This is a 12-week contest among all my boot campers to keep them motivated to end the year feeling fabulous and looking fabulous. Who likes starting a new year having to worry about how to lose the 10 pounds gained from Thanksgiving to Christmas?
Two, the workout we’re doing is the progress workout for the contest.
Every 4 weeks during the challenge, this workout will be repeated. What’s the point? To see how everyone progresses in their physical abilities. The better you do, the more points that you’ll have added to your “score” for the transformation.
While, I am not doing the challenge with my ladies, I try and participate in as much as possible to keep everyone motivated and in high competitive spirits. So that’s why I HAVE to do this workout!
Other factors that go into determining the winner include:
- % Weight Loss
- % Body Fat Loss
- Performance (above)
- Attendance to boot camp
- Upkeep of a nutrition diary
Bringing these factors together allows it to be fair for everyone. That’s why it’s not based solely on weight loss.
Here’s the workout, give it a go and see what you think. Share your time below.
Holiday Fat Blast Workout
Burn it off now so you don’t have to worry about sugar cookies and egg nog later!
Overview: Complete the following circuit 3-5 times as quickly as possible. Record your time. I’ll record mine once I’ve done it.
Repeat this workout ever 4 weeks with the goal to continuously decrease your time.
Give it a go! My favorite thing about workouts like this is that right now I am FREEZING at the beginning but by the end I am comfortable as a big sweaty mess.
Do you prefer to be cold or hot?
Favorite circuit exercise?