Hey Ladies, We are going to focus on exercising 5 days a week in April. You want to workout for a minimum of 30 min per workout. Some of us may be working out at home and some may be working out in the gym. What exercise you chose to do is up to you and your level of fitness. Just a beginner? You have to start where you are, so walking 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week is a great starting point.
The goal is to commit to actually exercising…not just thinking about it or talking about it, but doing the work. On the surface, this is a VERY SIMPLE GOAL, but the key is Commitment. If you are ready to commit, comment below and let me know that you are ready to “Spring” Into Fitness through regular exercise!!
- Workout in the gym
- Workout at home with an exercise DVD
- Walk at a track, during lunchtime, at a local park or in your neighborhood
- Workout with a routine you found on Pinterest or Youtube.
…it’s up to you to chose what workout you want to commit to for the month of April.
Medical Disclaimer – Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program. If you experience any pain, weakness, unsteadiness, light-headedness or dizziness, chest pain or pressure, nausea, or shortness of breath that is a sign that you need to stop and consult your medical professional of choice. Mild soreness after exercise may be experienced after beginning a new exercise. Contact your physician if the soreness does not improve after 2-3 days.
I’ve put together some simple sample workouts to give you an idea of how you can put together a great circuit workout that you can do at home. I will be posting sample workouts on our Facebook page, Pinterest board and this blog through out the month.
Need Help: If you don’t know how to do an exercise, search for it on YouTube for video instructions.
Sample Circuit Workouts:
Do these circuits one time through and see how you feel. If you feel that you are up to it, work on doing the routine 2 times in a row. It is up to you how much rest you need between exercises, but I suggest 30 seconds or less. You can also find great free workout videos on the Fitness Blender and BeFit Youtube channels.