We’re about halfway through December and you all know what that means! It’s time for another workout of the month – a December workout! Last month we covered lower body so we’re back to hitting your arms and shoulders and back! Grab a pair of dumbbells, some space and let’s get started.
Fall is in full swing and Thanksgiving is just around the corner (check out this amazing gift guide if you’re looking for the perfect gift your fitness fanatic friend/brother/sister/hubby etc.)! So it’s time for our favorite series, Workout of the Month! We’re heading back to our lower body and I thought it was only appropriate to do one more workout outside before it gets too cold. So bundle up, grab your water, some dumbbells (if you want), and a chair, and let’s get to it!
October is my favorite month! Partially because it’s my birthday month, but mostly because the weather starts to get cooler, the leaves start to change, and Fall is truly here! There’s just something about crunching leaves beneath your feet, the smell of a bonfire wafting through the air, and pretty orange pumpkins displayed on front porches 🙂 It all puts me in a good mood! You know what else puts me in a good mood?? A good back and core workout! And that’s exactly what this October Workout of the Month is all about!
Anyone else LOVE fall?! I know technically, September is still Summer, but to me, September means Fall! And that means sweaters and boots, scarves, pumpkins, changing leaves, and sweatshirts and sweatpants (because let’s be honest, that’s usually what I’m wearing!). Now that it’s the middle of September, it’s time for another workout of the month. For this one, we’re going to be focusing solely on the upper body – biceps, shoulders, triceps, and back. So let’s get to it, September’s workout of the month!
Anyone else have a love/hate relationship with the gym? I love going to the gym for the variety of equipment. Most of the time though, I hate the gym because I have to get dressed, get in my car, find a locker, work out, possibly talk to someone, or share a piece of equipment, cool off, get back in my car, drive home… you get the point. Having a home gym resolves all of those issues. How much easier would it be to simply walk downstairs to your basement and do a complete workout?? I can tell you from experience, much easier! But Kathleen, you say, a home gym is expensiveeee. And yes, it definitely can be. Which is why I’m here to help. No matter your budget, you can create your own personalized home gym and effectively work out day in and day out.