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Quick home full body workout
by The Fitness Dietitian.
Please note: I am not a trained fitness professional. I have simply posted this workout on my website to give you guys an idea of the types of exercise I do. Please consult a trained fitness professional if you're unsure how to perform the exercises, or if you have any injuries or health concerns.

Warm up with some light stretching and a few minutes of skipping.
I repeated the below set of exercises 4-5 times with minimal rests in between:

* 20 x Burpees
* 20 x Squat and Press with a medicine ball
* 20 x Mountain Climbers
* 20 x Push-ups (I do them on my toes then drop to my knees)
* 20 x Kettle Bell Swings
* 20 x Bicycle Crunches

I find this is a great full body workout to get my heart rate up and can be done quickly before work in the morning! Don't forget to warm down after you finish your workout with some stretching and a short walk.
Happy fitness guys - Leanne xo

Booty Burning Workout

by The Fitness Dietitian
Please note: I am not a trained fitness professional. I have simply posted this workout on my website to give you guys an idea of the types of exercise I do. Please consult a trained fitness professional if you'd like to undertake this workout yourself, or if you have any injuries or health concerns.

Warm up with a 5 minute jog and some light stretching.
Next, find a great set of stairs (the ones I use are near my house and are wide enough for other people to use them too). You want roughly 25-30 stairs (if you're not conditioned to stair running, choose a smaller set of stairs maybe 10-15 stairs). Complete the following:
* Run one set of stairs (single steps)
* Walk down
* 10 x squat jumps at the bottom
* Run one set of stairs (2 stairs at a time)
* Walk down
* 10 x lunges at the bottom - 30 second rest

Repeat this cycle as many times as you can, aim for at least 4-5 sets. If you're a beginning or just starting out with exercising, it's ok to alternate jogging the stairs with walking some too.
Don't forget to warm up (I do a few minutes of skipping and stretching) and always warm down after you finish your workout.

Happy Fitness Guys - Leanne xo

20 minute full body sweat
by The Fitness Dietitian.

Please note: I am not a trained fitness professional. I have simply posted this workout on my website to give you guys an idea of the types of exercise I do. Please consult a trained fitness professional if you'd like to undertake this workout yourself, or if you have any injuries or health concerns.

Warm up with 5 minutes of stretching then a few minutes of skipping.Repeat the below set of exercises as many times as you can with minimal rest in the between the sets:

* 25 x Jumping Jacks
* 25 x Bicycle Crunches
* 25 x Lunges (body weight only)
* 25 x Tricep Dips
* 25 x Mountain Climbers
* 10 x Push Ups
* 10 x Burpees
* 10 x Medicine Ball Slams
* 10 x Jump Squats

You might like to set yourself a time limit - eg. 15 or 20 minutes and cycle through the exercises for the entire time. You'll find this is an easy workout you can do when you're short of time. Don't forget to warm up (I do a few minutes of skipping and stretching) and always warm down after you finish your workout.

Happy fitness guys - Leanne xo