A Set of Dumbbells. Most of the daily workouts require a set of dumbbells. Each weight training workout will have a recommended dumbbell weight, usually between 8-20 pounds. Remember muscle growth happens with lifting heavy weights.
An Optional Kettlebell. You can always perform the kettlebell workouts using a single dumbbell.
An Optional Foam Roller. A great way to release sore muscles post workout or to use on active recovery days.
2. Time Requirement:
Varies from 10-45 minutes a day (most days are 30-minute workouts), 5 days per week.
3. Fitness Level:
Intermediate-to-advanced, with modifications offered for all fitness levels in the daily workout videos.
Pregnancy Modification: If you’re not comfortable laying on your back, try taking moves 4 and 5 from a stability ball. For move 6, Skip the sit-up and take the alternating overhead press from your knees or standing.
Pregnancy Modification: Slow down the moves as needed and use a chair or bench to add support for move 3 (single arm rows) and an incline to move 6 (push ups) as needed. We’ll also offer a sumo squat version of move 7 (halo core).
Pregnancy Modification: This is an advanced workout, but you could modify it to make it work for you if you’re still comfortable laying on your back for workouts. Take modifications as needed (like making the cardio exercises low impact or adding an incline to planks and push ups).
Pregnancy Modification: This is an advanced workout, but you could modify it to make it work for you (make cardio low impact and add an incline when needed). I suggest performing bent over back exercises single-sided with a chair/bench for additional back support.
Pregnancy Modification: Follow Rachel (workout modifier on the left in the video). Slow the cardio exercises down, move at your pace. Add an incline to all plank/core exercises by placing your hands on a chair or bench.
Can you “get in shape” in two weeks? No, building muscle and losing weight takes consistent effort for months. BUT after two weeks of following this full body workout routine you can see noticeable improvements, like:
Increased strength and ability to complete more repetitions with weights.
Improved muscle stimulus, reaction time, coordination and balance. Performing each compound exercise with better form.
BUT the greatest difference you’ll see after completing this two week workout program — ELEVATED energy levels and mood!! And desire to come back for more; creating consistent fitness habits at home.
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