This is a meal in a glass smoothie.
I love the burst of flavor from the berries and oranges juice.
Packed with carbohydrate and powerful antioxidants .
Getting plenty of antioxidant-rich foods makes sense for active people, since free radicals are produced any time the body’s cells process oxygen.
Flat Abs in 15 minutes
Make the workout fit your schedule.
15 Minute Workout: 3 set each exercise.
You’ll Need: Exercise band, pilates block, yoga mat
Band Side V-Ups – 20 reps each sideLie on right side on floor with legs together, hips stacked and center of band wrapped around soles of feet, holding ends of band in left hand. Extend right arm on floor in front of you at shoulder level, palm flat, and bring left hand in front of thighs. Keeping abs engaged and band taut, bend left elbow behind you at shoulder level as you lift upper body and legs as high as possible off floor, balancing on right hip; lower to start. Do 20 reps; switch sides and repeat
Knee Pull – 20 reps each legStart on floor in push-up position (arms straight, balancing on hands and toes) with center of band wrapped around sole of right foot, holding one end of band in each hand, palms flat. Keeping abs engaged, pull right knee toward chest; round back toward ceiling slightly as if bringing head to meet knee. Press right heel back to straighten leg, then lower foot to start. Do 20 reps. Switch legs and repeat, maintaining push-up position throughout.
Abdominal Curl – 20 reps each legPlace yoga blocks shoulder-width apart on floor so that blocks are at their tallest. Hinge forward 90 degrees at hips and place palms atop each block, shoulders aligned over wrists; extend left leg behind you parallel to floor with toes pointing down. Contract abs and round back as you bring left knee toward forehead. Do 20 reps; switch legs, repeat.
Build a lean upper-body with strength and power moves.
Your Plan: Make the workout fit your schedule.
15 Minute Workout: 1 set each exercise.
30 Minute Workout: 2 sets each exercise.
45 Minutes Workout: 3 sets each exercise.
You’ll Need: Mat, free weights
Clap Jack – 20 repsStart with your feet about hip-width apart, arms straight out to the sides at shoulder height.
Running Row – 10 repsHolding a 3 – 5lb dumbbell in right hand, stand with feet hip-width apart. Bend right elbow behind you to bring dumbbell by ribs, and extend left arm forward, palms facing in.
Walking Push-ups – 12 repsFrom a pushup position, step your right hand out to the side to create a wide upper-body stance; follow with your left hand to return to a shoulder-width stance.
Nothing more sexy than a good pair of legs. ;) You know I am right! This leg routine is tough and the results will be all worth it. Take a big breath and lets it those weights!
WARM-UP: Make sure to do your WARM-UP it’s a big part of your workout. GO HERE if you haven’t done it yet.
Write down your weights, reps, and sets. This way you can see your progress!
Remember: Do what you can and what you can’t do try again next time to finish. You move at your own pace and make it work for you.
You’ll Need: dumbbell, weight bar, step or chair/bench, and towel
Fly AwayStand on a low step with feet together, hands at sides, a dumbbell in each hand.
Split SquatsGrab a pair of dumbbells and hold them at arm’s length next to your sides, your palms facing each other. Stand in a staggered stance, your left foot in front of your right.
Single-Leg SquatStand on a bench or box that’s about knee height.