This 25 minute full body blast workout requires no weights – just your bodyweight. Scroll below to check it out!
Man, I’ll tell ya…snacky “breakfasts” just don’t cut it for me. Not being able to sit down for a real meal this morning really had me thrown off, and despite my snacking all throughout the morning, my appetite was through the roof by the time 12:00 rolled around.
Bring on lunch, baby!
To try to add in some extra veggies for the day, I made myself a simple little side salad with lettuce, tomatoes, and cucumbers, topped with a drizzle of sun-dried tomato vinaigrette. I was super annoyed with myself when I realized that I bought the wrong bag of lettuce this week (it’s full of cabbage and carrots, blech) so I’m trying to work through it quickly.
My salad was the perfect accompaniment to the main star of lunch: an egg white, provolone, and turkey sandwich with roasted red pepper hummus on a toasted whole wheat English muffin.
This sandwich was massive, not to mention fantastic. I seasoned my egg whites and turkey with just a little salt, pepper, and dried basil, and it was perfect.
I really do love savory egg sandwiches for lunch. Heck, who am I kidding. I love any kind of egg sandwiches for lunch…or breakfast…or dinner.
So I’m headed back out to work again this afternoon, but I wanted to share a new workout for you guys to try out!
Lately, when I’ve been doing my group sessions at work, I’ve been doing a few different variations on the format you’ll see in today’s workout. These group sessions are only 30 minutes, so I want to make sure that I give the clients the most “bang for the buck” while they’re with me.
Sometimes, depending on the time of day, it can be tough to get on some of the equipment, so here’s a sample of a full body blast workout for ya that can be done anywhere…it’s bodyweight only!
Although I rotate the exercises quite frequently, I almost always try to include some sort of speed & agility work, plyometric movements, strength moves, and core work, to give a well-rounded, sweat-inducing workout session. My clients are usually left nice and sweaty.
Some of the moves are pretty self-explanatory, but here are some links on a few of the other exercises that I thought some of you may be unsure of:
Alright, so who’s ready to get their sweat on now???