This is officially my first post on this blog and I want to use it to explain exactly what I intend to use this blog for, my ideas, and to include a workout at the end for those who are struggling finding motivation to get moving during this difficult time.
I created this blog to share my progress in my fitness journey, which is currently distance running. I also intend to use this platform to share my knowledge of the sport of running, nutrition, weight training, and more. Working as a personal trainer has given me incredible connections that have taught me more than I thought was possible. I wish to help others in their own journey with that information, as well as grow in mine. My posts will cover topics like ways to increase cardiovascular endurance while still maintaining muscle, what’s best to eat before you go to bed, workouts you can do to get lean muscle, easy ways to keep fat off, and much more. I also want to include some of my opinions, connect with others and get to know their opinions and ideas, and also ask questions about topics that I may not know a lot of to get a better grasp of the subject in of itself.
A few of my upcoming blogs will include a variety of topics such as how to get started on your own personal fitness journey, ways to keep yourself motivated, how to start a meal plan, hyperemia, and more. Feel free to reach out with any questions!
All you need for this workout is a jump rope, medicine ball, and a kettlebell.
This workout is a cardio circuit, which can be changed around if the equipment above is not accessible to you.
12 x Burpee’s
20 x wall ball’s
20 x medicine ball slams
40 x medicine ball toe taps
12 x jump lunges each leg
100 x jump rope
12 x kettlebell swings
12 x kettlebell squat and press
2 minute rest between sets
Beginners do 3-4 sets, Intermediate do 5 sets, Advanced do 6-7 sets