“Lauren, I read all your stuff but I’m still scared of gaining weight.” Letting go of putting our self-worth into what our body looks like is HARD. There’s no way around that and there’s no quick and easy fix. The long-term solution is a whole lot of mindset work and introspection and rewiring ourselves to think differently which can take … Read More
The key to consistency is finding something you like doing. I could stop there, but let’s keep going 🙂 Staying consistent and motivated for the long haul can be tough for so many of us. Let’s make it a little easier, shall we? I’ll start by embarrassing myself with a nice little story. Many moons ago, I was talking to a client during … Read More
The temperature has been dropping here in Boston and when I got to the gym yesterday my motivation was at zero. Every Monday morning I teach spin then after work I usually go into the gym to lift. When I got to the gym I was exhausted so I headed into the sauna to warm up and took an unplanned 20 minute nap (not recommended!). After … Read More
Deadlifts Squats Lunges/Step-Ups Bench Press/Chest Press Pull-Ups/Chin-Ups If fat loss is your goal you need to focus on the heavy hitters. The exercises listed above give you the most bang for your buck because they work multiple muscle groups at once. You’ll get much better results from hitting these exercises a few times a week rather than focusing on smaller muscle … Read More
If you don’t have gliders at home (because who does) you can use paper plates or hand towels. You can do 3×20 of the first two exercises and for the third, do as many as you can or as many as you have space for…they’re tough! Enjoy!
Here’s my answer: 5 rounds with as little rest as possible: 20 Ball Slams|20 Walking Lunges|10 Weighted Crunches|20 Mountain Climbers|20 Twists|10 Hip Lifts each side Give it a shot!!
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