If you want a full body burnout with a lot of variety (and NO JUMPING), this workout is for you!
We don’t repeat ANY of the moves like we typically do in total body workouts.
Rather today’s workout consists of 24 DIFFERENT full body exercises. And you only do each exercise once.
It’s a strength-training version of this 30-Minute No Repeats HIIT Workout.
A low impact workout that is kind on joints and focused on strength.
But ‘no jumping’ doesn’t make this workout less challenging. I specifically built this full body strength workout with 40 seconds of strength training, followed by a 20 second ‘burnout’ to test your muscular endurance (and push your limits).
This at home strength training workout video is brought to you in partnership with NOW® — naturally supporting my fitness goals with natural nutritional supplements and pre sports nutrition products (aka pre and post-workout fuel).
I’m sharing more about NOW® and my top three nutritional supplements I take daily below.
This is a sponsored post in partnership with NOW®.
It’s recommended that you strength train two to three days a week.
Including full-body workouts that focus on compound exercises, or exercises that work multiple muscles at a time (Healthline).
When you think ‘strength training’ or ‘resistance training’, you might not think high calorie burn for weight loss.
But lifting weights has a greater impact on your resting metabolic rate, meaning calories can still be burned even after your workout has ended. Thus, strength training is a great way to lose weight.
I personally burned ~350 calories during this 20 minute workout. Note: calorie burn will vary from person to person.
I say this in my pregnancy-friendly workouts all the time, but low impact DOES NOT mean low intensity.
There are so reasons to include low impact workouts in your fitness routine, including:
Trust me, with the ‘burnout’ nature of this workout you working each muscle group for one minute straight; so it will challenge you!
When it comes to building strength, normally I’m for repeating exercises. Repetition pushes the muscles to fatigue, which ultimately builds muscle.
That said, I believe every well-rounded fitness routine needs VARIETY! Especially if you need motivation to workout at home.
This full body burnout is full of variety; 24 different exercises, hitting every major push pull muscle group in the body, to keep you motivated to workout at home.
Make this no jumping, no repeats, total body strength workout a new staple in your weekly training program.
Medium-to-heavy set of dumbbells (8-20lbs).
I’m using 15 lb dumbbells in this video.
Let me be your certified personal trainer for the day! Click here to jump to the guided Strength Training at Home video.
Alternatively, work through the 24 BEST Full Body Strength Training Exercises below at your own pace.
Form cues and modifications are in the follow along video at the top of this post.
We all have unique nutritional needs and these needs change throughout our season of life.
Supplements are an effective way to ensure we are getting the daily recommended intake of essential vitamins, minerals and other important nutrients necessary for optimal health.
My daily supplement routine shifts from pregnancy to postpartum; and depending on what my body needs during certain seasons (winter verse summer).
As we head into another Minnesota winter these are the NOW nutritional supplements I rely on:
And I use this Elderberry Liquid for Kids for Brody too.
I expect A LOT from my body — from teaching multiple fitness classes a week, to running a business, being a mom and more. Like most women, ‘I don’t have time to be sick or sidelined.’ Which is why I value fueling my body with good nutrition and quality supplements.
Just like my daily supplement routine, my pre-and post-workout nutrition varies based on my season of life.
Currently, I’m focusing on building more strength at home, while also filming a lot of workout content for you guys. So my go-to NOW® Sports Nutrition products right now are:
Branched-Chain Amino Acids (or BCAAs) — leucine, isoleucine and valine are essential amino acids, and thus cannot be made in the body.*
I just started adding BCAAs back into my workout routine due to the volume of workout content we are shooting these days. I was starting to feel run down and I know BCAA’s are critical for muscle protein synthesis, and can help to preserve existing muscle tissue.*
Note, these are the supplements I personally take on a daily basis, but of course I have to say that you should personally check with your physician or midwife about what might be best for you especially if you’re pregnant or nursing.
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