Up and Down
Do you every get stuck in a rut at the gym? Do you find yourself doing the same thing over and over without and changes on the scale? Try something as simple as changing your exercise intensity levels while you are working out! Having the heart rate and intensity levels go up and down, down and up utilize different energy systems and work the muscles differently than a steady state workout.
Pizza Cauliflower Tots to Start
It has felt SO good getting back to writing, y’all. The move was a little hectic, but we are feeling great in our new home and I’m loving a larger kitchen! I lost a little motivation to create new recipes while I was prioritizing moving and work and staying healthy and stress-free. Now I’m back with my first recipe in awhile: Pizza Cauliflower Tots!
Tread Life’s Hills
Life is tough. It is full of hills to climb. But it is also full of flat road making it easy to recover from hard parts. Think of this workout as treading life’s hills. It starts off a easy, gets progressively more difficult, but the hardest part is also the shortest duration. You will work hard to get to the top of the hill so give everything you have for 1 minute at the end of each one.
Set Your Intention
Do you wake up each morning and set your intention for the day? Do you give yourself a few minutes to focus your thoughts and purposes for the day? Or do you smack the alarm clock (snooze for a few) and then spring out of bed to get your day moving and grooving?
Ready to Get Sweaty
Looking for a simple, full body circuit? Try this twenty minute sweaty circuit! All you need is one heavy dumbbell and your running shoes. Short , does not mean it will be easy! Get maximum burn in minimal time with short, metabolic conditioning workouts. Keep your heart rate elevated with peaks and valleys of intensity. These quick circuits are a great way to train your body to endure tougher intensity levels for longer amounts of time. YOU GOT THIS!
Here We Go…