At home ab work out 👏🏼☠️ finished up back and bis and the gym and came home to hit a quick little ab session. i don’t train abs often (😬) so these had my abs on fireee🔥🔥 i did each exercise for 30 seconds for 2 rounds 💀 let me know if you try these out! if you have any video suggestions let a girl know! 😊 (sorry about the quality, canon videos shall be back shortly 🤗🤗)
183 15June 2018
Loving my new resistance band from @mybrosport! the resistance is stronger than my old rubber one so i don’t need to add additional weight for workouts unless i’m doing hip thrusts. it comes in two sizes and is so versatile, i also bring it to my office and do kick backs while on calls. 😂😂 _______________________________________________________ #workingoutatwork#workingoutathome#homegym#fitmom#6monthspostpartum
718 23November 2018
Merry christmas eve eve my beautiful frens 🙊🌞
the closer we get to christmas, the more cookies i’m eating #sorrysanta 🎅🏻 who’s with me 🙋🏼♀️🙄
it’s okay to eat ~bad~ these last two weeks of the year (you have the other 50 weeks to be healthy ⚖️) and no ones ever started a great story off with “soo i was eating a salad” amirite
so enjoy, indulge and live your life. always practice balance (aka eat all the cookies then eat all the veggies too) 🍪🥕🍪🥦 anyway i’m sure you’ve heard enough about enjoying the holidays 🙊
swipe for a lil hiit workout i did the other day 🥳 you can also easily do it at home, instead of the kettlebell, you can use a gallon, your purse, your hamper etc be creative 🧠💃🏼 hope you guys have the loveliest of sunday’s 🌞🌈❣️
728 130last month
The hallway, the stairs, the lounge...footballs, bands and pianos 🙌🏼... this is how i workout in my house.. no fancy setup, no dedicated area, no home gym. it’s not glamorous but it works just fine 💪🏼 #workingoutathome #getfitathome. where do you workout? the gym? one room in your house? outdoors?
I’ve always been active but i was never this strong or fit until after 30 and after two kids. i did not see that coming😂! sharing is caring, so here are some fun drills of my creation (i think 🤔):
core, glutes & legs drills. approachable but challenging. play with me! all you need is you, maybe a block and 10 minutes! try 5-10 per side, give or take 3 rounds. thought i would start throwing these out amongst my advanced training. after all, i don’t just handstand all day...just part of the day. #fitfun fitdrills #fitness#homepractice#homefitness#fitnessmotivation#fitspo#workout#workingoutathome#workingoutisfun#fitfamily#fitmoms
2,980 116August 2018
Workouts! here are three of my go-to workouts that you can do at home. you can do them with or without weights and resistance bands. swipe to see them!
1. kick backs
2. kick back with dumbbell held in leg
3. standing side kicks with resistance band
4. straight leg dumbbell deadlift, legs shoulder width apart, knees slightly bent. bend at the waist as you go down, keeping your back straight. you should feel this burn in your hamstrings (back of your legs). variations: use a bar with weights or a dumbbell in each hand for increased difficulty.
4,753 66September 2018
Considering strength training but not sure where to start? check out this post by my friend @susanniebergallfitness 👇 @regrann from @susanniebergallfitness - you’ve heard about all of the benefits of strength training, and you have decided it’s time. you want to get strong as hell and sexy af.
🔹do you want to start strength training but have no idea where to start? it can be overwhelming to say the least, but i’ve got you covered. here are some tips to help you get your own strength training program started:
➡️always start with bodyweight exercises. you want to learn movements first and make sure your form is correct before adding load.
➡️stick to basic exercises at the beginning. squats, push ups, bridges, lunges, planks all have many variations that can make even the bodyweight version much more challenging like adding a pause, or a half rep.
➡️gradually add weight - start light and slowly add weight over time. while watching everyone at the gym lift heavy weight can be super tempting to do the same, take your time. it’s not a race, and your body needs to adjust. this will be by far the most important thing to adhere to.
➡️be consistent with your training. if you want to progress, consistency is key. you don’t have to be perfect. training every day is not the answer either - include recovery days to allow your body to rest up and be ready for the next lifting day.
➡️hire a coach - having someone who can coach you through proper technique and progressions, as well as providing support and accountability is probably the best way to get started. yes, there is an expense involved, but it is an investment in your health and what is really more important than that? -
‼️start today. there is zero reason to not start your journey today. the timing will never be perfect. so here we go: try this short circuit today. you can do this anywhere.
squats x 8
push ups x 8
alt. rev. lunges x 8/;eg
plank hold 20 seconds
💪🏻and another option for getting started? try my free 5 day start your strength program. i will take you through strength training and nutrition basics to help get you on your way. link in bio.
💜let’s get strong.