Summer Sweat: Stability Ball Workout!

Happy Monday to all my Fit-Girls and Guys!

You’ve just come back from vacation and need to kick it up for the last week of your Summer Sweat….here’s the perfect workout to add into your routine! This Stability Ball workout is one of my favorites. It’s just a small glimpse into what you can do with the ball! Feel free to add your own favorites to the routine.

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Here, you will sculpt every major muscle group, get stronger with each time you try it, and tone all over! I challenge you to do this routine with me for 10 weeks straight, once a week….and send me your results. Your pushup and plank progress will amaze you. Do as many as you can for the first week, and then pick it up gradually. The routine should be done 1-3 times through.

Write down the routine for the gym, or snap it to your phone.

Enjoy!

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Daily 100 Challenge!

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Alright guys, who’s ready for 30 days of motivation, accountability, and fun?! For those of you joining me, here’s how it works:

You will spend 30 days working towards each of the daily 100 parts at your own pace! If you want to try any of these things on your own for the first time, add to you routine, or maintain a regimen while you’re on the go, this is the challenge for you! Record your daily totals in a journal or on your phone, and keep track of them from day 1-30. Take photos of yourself on day one and on day 30!
By day 30, I guarantee you will see HUGE changes!

1. If you already have cardio planned in your day-your mile counts into the equation,
– Walk a mile, or Run a mile, (If you have injuries, please consult your doctor to make sure the bike or elliptical is a safe alternative)
2. Pilates 100
3. 100 second plank-work up to this!
4. 100 pushups-spread them out in sets throughout the day, you can do these on your knees or on your hands and feet-
(ADD VARIETY, mix it up with tricep pushups too! You will also work up to these. When you start getting stronger you will be able to do all of your sets in one or two workouts.