Here we goooo! You’ve seen the food part, now let’s get into the other dimension of healthy living: exercise. I developed this workout based on some of my personal favorite strength training moves. You can do this at home or at the gym. All you need is a barbell or set of dumbbells. If your using barbells substitute back flys for the clean and presses. I like it a lot because it’s something I can do when I’m pressed for time but want to squeeze in a challenging strength sesh. By the end of this, I was sweating and woke up sore the next day #bestfeelingever.
Choose an appropriate weight for your current fitness level. You should feel fatigued by the end of each set, but should be able to maintain good form. If your form wavers, it’s a sign you may be using too heavy of a weight. Don’t be afraid to start lighter and work your way up as you gain strength.
Unsure what some of these moves are? Follow the links below for demonstrations:
*Disclaimer: Although I am a certified Spinning instructor, I am not a certified personal trainer. Be sure to check with your doctor before starting a new exercise regimen.