Hi friends! How are ya? Hope you’re having a wonderful morning. I’m hopping on some calls today, recording a podcast episode, and finishing up this week’s meal prep. I finally decided to get back on the meal prep train, and while it’s been super simple (sweet potatoes, roasted veggies, baked chicken, and this oatmeal bake), I think it’s going to make a huge difference.
For today’s post, how about a workout?
Have you even had those days where you can only find 1 dumbbell?
This is the story of my life. When Betsy visited, she got a kick out of the contents of my car’s trunk: two kettlebells, a handful of dumbbells, and two yoga mats. A girl’s gotta be prepared for workout photo sessions. I’m notorious for having dumbbells stashed in random places, and sometimes I can only find one of a certain weight. This is for those days, or when you want to switch things up by challenging your body unilaterally.
When we work both sides of the body at the same time, we’re relying on the stronger of the two limbs to carry us through the exercise. An easy way to make an exercise more challenging is to perform all reps on one side before switching to the opposite side.
This is a fun workout I put together with challenging compound movements that will strengthen your entire body and get your heart rate up in just 16 minutes.
My friend Katie provides low-impact modifications, and as always, honor your body and modify as needed. Talk with a doctor before making any fitness changes.
For more workouts, be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel!
Here’s what the workout looks like:
Hope you love it.
Have an amazing day and I’ll see ya in the morning!
Video: Grant Hunker
Workout partner-in-crime: Katie Surridge
Studio: Animas Tucson