At-Home Alphabet Workout

Jan 13, 2017

The At-home Alphabet Workout

Does your typical day look anything like this?

5:30am: Wake up, Shower, Grab Coffee, Get the kids ready, Breakfast, Pack lunches

7am: Get kids to school, Get to work8am-5pm: WORK!5:30pm: Pick up the kids from the sitter, Run home, cook dinner FAST6:30pm: Drop off little Sally for ballet, run to store7:30pm: Pick up Sally, Head back home, Homework time8:30pm: Clean up, Bath time for the kids, Do laundry, Prep for tomorrow9:00pm: Kid’s bedtime9:01pm: oh yeah….BREATHE!!!!10pm: CRASHLet's be honest, looking at all of this can be a bit overwhelming to say the least. However, you still have goals: lose weight, tone up, have more confidence, have more energy, etc. Whatever your personal goal may be, making time to get in a quick workout can be near impossible on a busy day. This is why the At-home Alphabet Workout can be a great tool to keep around the house. Say you only have five to fifteen minutes during all of your other daily duties. Simply spell out your name and get moving! Even the kids can join you on this journey :)


Arm circles, 50 each wayBurpees, 10Crunches, 25Desk dips, 20Elbow plank, 30-60 secondsFrog hops,10Good Mornings, 15High knees, 25Incline push-ups, 20Jumping jacks, 50Kick-backs, 15 each sideLunges, 10 each sideMountain climbers, 25Narrow squats, 15Outer-thigh lifts, 30 each sidePlie hops, 15Quick feet, 30-60 secondsRussian twists, 25Squats, 20Thrusters, 30Upper cuts, 30-60 secondsV-ups, 10Wide sumo squats, 15X-jacks, 50Y-lifts, 20Zig-zag hops, 15 up and back To have a little fun with it, spell your name or your kids' names. Or challenge them to come up with other exercises you can try that start with a letter of your name! Have fun, get into your workout and keep working hard to achieve those goals!


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