Hey friends! How are you? Surviving the cold? I had a nice unexpected day off yesterday due to the snow. Of course it was filled with working on a never-ending pile of schoolwork. It never ends!!!!
On top of it all, I have taken up teaching a bootcamp every Thursday now at a local business on the employee’s lunch break. Most of the participants are beginners, and I write up the workouts with that in mind. After last week’s workout I received really positive feedback after the workouts. You could tell the participants felt proud of themselves, good about working out and doing something good for their bodies, which makes adding one more crazy thing to my schedule all worth the while.While making this workout, I tried to keep it quick and fast-paced to avoid boredom by the participants. It’s easy to get bored during stationary workouts (we only have a hallway as our space for the bootcamp), especially for beginners. Being in a hallway doing exercises within your very small little bubble for 30-45 minutes can be less than motivating. I knew I needed to give them something to focus on – so, an interval type workout it is.d
This workout utilizes metabolic training – meaning, it keeps your burning more calories even after you are done working out. It trains you to push harder and get out of your comfort zone in the work periods, with the idea in mind that you’ll soon get a little rest.
The workout takes a little less than 30 minutes! Here it is…