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Happy Holidays! Stay tuned for a post featuring my #12daystilFitmas challenge, launching December 13th!
Perform each WOD [workout of the day] 3-5x through, or for 7 minutes with a 1 minute rest, and repeat for another 7 minutes. If you’re looking for a longer workout, you can choose two WODs – do one for 7 minutes, rest 1 minute, do the second for 7 minutes, rest 1 minute, and repeat, for a total of 28 minutes + 3 minute water/rest break
These are some of my favorite mom/anyone-friendly at-home workouts listed below. Most are just using body weight, so are super travel friendly, and can be done almost anywhere – at home, the park, the beach, etc.!
7 DAYS OF FITMAS
For the #7DaysofFitmas, repeat each move like the Christmas song. For example, “on the 5th day of Fitmas, Shelley gave to meeeee 25 tricep dips, 50 jumping jacks, 50 plank jacks, 20 push ups, and 100 bicycles under myyy treeeee.” We did two sets of the #7daysofFitmas during the month of December; you can see the two different weeks below. If seeking a WOD, challenge yourself to both sets of the #7daysofFitmas from Day 7!
I also participated in a 6-week bootcamp at CrossFit 760 run by Natalie Dent, a beautiful coach, Pilates instructor, and overall beautiful person. I documented some of the workouts she gave us and some of my times, which you will see below. Find her on Instagram at @venia.life for more fitspiration full of good eats and good workouts! These are also great at home [you can modify moves since you most likely don’t have certain equipment at home] or at a CrossFit gym.
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