Yawn! Anyone else out there having to get used to an alarm again this week? Between the week I had the flu and the holidays, I haven’t had to wake up to an alarm in two weeks. This morning’s 4:45 am wake-up hit pretty hard. It came with good reason…to have some time to get a new workout to you! AND to share a couple bits of news with you, too. Let’s hit those first.
- Registration for Winter 2014 Best Body Bootcamp begins TODAY! The eight week Winter 2014 session workouts will start on January 20th, but you can register beginning today. And as a little holiday week gift to you, use code HOLIDAYBBB for $5 OFF – through Friday January 3rd. If you need additional BBB details, then check out the Best Body Bootcamp page for all the info.
- The Holiday Workout Plan is only available through tomorrow! If you want to have a stockpile of 20 time-effective, practical workouts then get your copy TODAY. The Back To Basics nutrition e-book is also only available through tomorrow.
If you’re not sure about the workouts, then you know I got you covered. For today’s Move It Monday post I’ll give you a little sneak peek look into one of the workouts from the holiday workout plan – my own take on a 100 countdown workout. Start with 100 reps of one exercise, 90 reps of the next exercise, 80 reps of the next, and so on. It all adds up to quite the muscular endurance workout with a nice cardiovascular boost that can be done in under 20 minutes. Bonus? You will need ZERO equipment!
And because I feel like being extra generous with the recently holiday cheer, I’ll even include access to the demo video of this workout for you. Heads up – you get these demos with EVERY workout in any Best Body Bootcamp plan. I like to take the guesswork out so you only need to focus on your workout.
This workout takes approximately 20 minutes, including the 10 minute cardio to finish. If you have time, feel free to go through the workout a second time through (with or without the final 10 minutes of cardio). If you don’t have a full twenty minutes, then go through just the strength exercises and finish off with 10 burpees (or other cardio exercise) instead! Have fun!
Ever done a countdown workout? Have any favorite high-rep exercises you would include?