Full Body Workouts

||ONE-EQUIPMENT FULL-BODY WORKOUT|| And she's back with the workouts! All you need is a medicine ball or a kettlebell (but don't bounce or throw it if you're using a kettlebell please!!) and your strong self πŸ’ͺ🏻 Not sure how heavy this medicine ball was, nor am I entirely sure how many reps I did for each move (sorry for being so unhelpful) I did fewer for the more difficult moves such as the press-ups and more for the faster moves like the mountain climbers. Aim for 8-12 reps per move (more if you can for faster ones), minimum rest between moves, 2-3 rounds πŸ‘πŸ» I love getting creative with my workouts & challenging myself, and I won't lie – this was TOUGH πŸ’¦ Let me know if you give it a go!

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||HOME WORKOUT|| For those days where you don't feel like going to the gym, but you want to workout without leaving the comfort of your home 🏑 …I got you covered πŸ™‹πŸΌ I did this full-body circuit yesterday following a short + sweet run and it felt so good to move! I know Instagram is full of visible body transformations but you don't always see other types of progress – for example when I started my fitness journey I could barely do a single press-up with decent form…now I can do wayyy more πŸ’ͺ🏻 ~ ALL YOU NEED: a stool. Ankle wights, kettlebells & resistance band are optional but make it much more challenging! 15 reps for each exercise (15 per side for single leg moves), 2-3 rounds, GO! πŸ’¦

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||PARK BENCH WORKOUT|| ~ I had such a fun afternoon with @beingella – It was a beautiful day so instead of working out inside a gym we decided to use the park, specifically a bench. This can be done individually but we did this as a PARTNER workout (obviously someone had to film!) We took turns doing each exercise on the bench, and while one of us was using the bench, the other skipped πŸ’¦ Working out in a gym is great and of course there's more access to equipment, but it has nothing on working out in the afternoon sun with a nice breeze by the river! β˜€οΈThanks so much Ella for being my camera lady and workout partner! πŸ˜˜πŸ’ž Give this workout a go: ~ 1.) Declining cross-body mountain climbers x 20 β€’ 2.) Declining press-ups (if you can't do these, have a go at the inclining variations that I've demonstrated in the video) x 15 β€’ 3.) Tricep dips x 15 β€’ 4.) Bench squat jumps x 15 (land in a squat both ways if you can!) β€’ 5.) Step up + knee raise (x 15 per side) β€’ 6.) Single leg squat + elbow to knee rotation (x 15 per side) β€’ 7.) Bulgarian split squats (x 15 per side) – add a pulse if you want to! β€’ 8.) Glute bridges x 15 (add a resistance band to make it more challenging) β€’ Skip whilst your partner is completing their reps for each exercise (or do 40s skipping intervals if you're on your own) Do 2 rounds, 3 if you want more! Try single leg skipping (without the double bounce to feel the burn!) πŸ‘ŒπŸ»

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