top of page
Featured Review

Workout Plan: April 3-9

If you have kids, Spring Break season is here. A lot of us may be traveling or just have the kids home for the week, so I’m keeping workouts short and sweet.

Just because you may (or may not) be on Spring Break, take some time to get a workout in. My kids are on Spring Break this week, so I’m planning a lot of full-body workouts again to get a great workout while keeping time to a minimum. As parents (and/or busy, working people), we sometimes have to squeeze workouts in, especially when we have our kiddos home/with us all day.

Another option is to try the Trim in 20 Workouts. They are all about 20-ish minutes long and do not require any gym equipment and can be done in a small amount of space.

Consistency is the greatest tool in sticking with any habit. Take time for yourself every day to move your body and feed yourself properly. Check out the articles I've written: What Should I Eat and 3 Portion Control Strategies for some healthy eating guidance and motivation. Take the guesswork out of workouts and follow the workout plan below. Simply make a date with yourself every day and take your health and fitness to the next level.


Friday: Roarin' 20's


Saturday: Get outside and do something active for at least 30-60 minutes. If you need a quick workout, try the 100 Countdown.


Sunday: REST DAY!! Take a walk or do some gentle stretching, Yoga, or Pilates.


Tag Cloud
bottom of page