Yes, it may be the weekend, but it doesn’t mean it’s time to slack off with your workout. Get in, get out and get fit with a short, but challenging high intensity interval training (HIIT) workout. It’ll leave you looking – and feeling – good for the weekend.
5 minutes on the track, the treadmill or any cardio to get your heart going and a light sweat.
Always add an element of balance into your daily workouts. Balance on right foot for up to 30 seconds, then left. Do this three times.
30 Wall Balls
25 Kettlebell Swings
15 Kettlebell Upright Rows
5 Pull ups
1 V-sit hold (60 seconds)
**If you gym has stairs, run them twice. If no stairs run in place or jump rope for 2 minutes**
Keep your body moving! Take a rest in between sets if needed, but try to cycle through all seven sets – 5 rounds – with little stopping in 30-40 minutes. And remember…FORM over speed.
Foam roll and static stretching.