This week's Workout Wednesday routine is all about that bass as the Glute Goddess Kellie Davis takes you through this booty burner workout! All you need for this quick home workout is a mini band and a little floor space.
We're going 4 rounds here. Be sure and rest 1-2 minutes between rounds and get ready to feel the burn!
1a. Band squat with side-to-side step: 4x10
1b. Glute bridge with slow eccentric: 4x10
1c. Band hip hinge: 4x10
1d. Band fire hydrant: 4x10 each side
Give this workout a try after your normal workout or on an off day for a little extra pump.
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We're going back to basics this week with this Full Body Dumbbell Blast with Kellie Davis. All you need for this quick home workout is a pair of dumbbells, a little floor space, and about 10-15 minutes to complete. Ready to get moving? We're going for 4 rounds here with one minute of rest between rounds.
Single leg Romanian Deadlifts can be a little challenging, so don't worry if you need to put down your dumbbell and brace onto a chair or table.
1a. Dumbbell thruster: 1x10
1b. Dumbbell SLRDL: 1x10 each side
1c.Bent over dumbbell row: 1x10
1d. Russian twist: 1x10 each side
Give this full body workout a try and let us know what you think!
This week Kellie Davis hops on herr suspension trainer for a quick circuit. Want to join?
We are sticking with 4 exercises and 4 rounds in our circuit with a 1-2 minute rest period in between rounds.
If you don't have a suspension trainer you can sub rear lunges, bodyweight jump squats, regular inverted rows on a Smith machine or other apparatus, and push-ups.
1a. Sprinter lunge: 4x10 each side
1b. Prone squat: 4x10
1c. Inverted row: 4x8
1d. Chest press: 4x8
Have fun and let us know what you think! We love hearing from you.
Grab your sliders as Kellie Davis glides you through this fun workout routine. If you don't have valslide sliders, you can use gliders, furniture movers, or even towels on a slick floor.
We are sticking to the 4 rounds with 4 exercises routine, resting 1-2 minutes between each round.
1a. Alternating skater slides: 4x10 each side
1b. Sliding lunge: 4x10 each side
1c. Kneeling slider plank: 4x4 each side
1d. Bridge into sliding leg curl: 4x 5 each side
Have fun and let us know what you think about this workout. We love hearing from you!
Pull up a seat, but don’t sit down because we are about to start this week’s Workout Wednesday challenge.
This week’s workout is all bodyweight with the added bonus of a chair, which works well if you are traveling and need something to do in your hotel room.
4 rounds, 4 exercises, rest 1-2 minutes between rounds.
1a. Side step-up with front hip flexion: 4x10 each side
1b. Plié squat: 4x20 total
1c. Incline push-up with leg lift: 4x5 each side
1d. Incline mountain climbers: 4x20 total
Have a blast and let us know what you think about this workout. We love hearing from you!
Today's Workout Challenge sticks to the 4-square routine where I give you 4 exercises that you complete as a 4 round circuit. Rest 1-2 minutes between each round.
This one requires a bench. However, you can use a chair, coffee table, or step stool if you aren't in a gym setting.
4 rounds, 4 exercises. Rest 1-2 minutes between rounds.
1a. Alternating step-up: 4x10 each side
1b. Lateral bound: 4x10 each way
1c. Incline push-up: 4x10
1d. Seated knee tuck: 4x10
This workout is great when you are in a time crunch or want to add a finisher to your lifting session.
Try it out and let us know what you think. We love hearing from you!
This week I’ve got another medicine ball challenge that gives you a quick, intense full body workout with unilateral and core stability training. This workout requires balance and bracing, so it may take a bit of time to get the hang of the moves.
Grab a medicine ball or dumbbell, yoga mat, and get ready to rock!
4 exercises, 4 rounds, rest 1-2 minutes between rounds
1a. Single-leg RDL: 4 x 10 each side
1b. Shoulder to shoulder press: 4 x 8 each way
1c. Plank: 4 x 20 sec
1d. Dead bug: 4 x 10 each
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I’ve got a fun poolside medicine ball workout for you this Workout Wednesday (pool is optional). This one uses some of my favorite lower body and core medicine ball exercises.
If you don’t have a medicine ball, a dumbbell or kettlebell works great for this routine!
1a. Squat to Core Press: 4x10 reps
1b. Woodchop: 4x10 reps
1c. Halo: 4x5 reps each way
1d. Hip Hinge: 4x 10 reps
Work this circuit style, complete 1 set of reps for each exercise before rest. Rest 1-2 minutes between rounds for a total of 4 rounds.
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The idea with our 4-Square Workouts is you will be given 4 exercises that you work in a circuit for 4 total rounds. Rest 1-2 minutes between each round. Do each exercise consecutively without rest, then take a break and repeat for a total of 4 times.
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Do you ever dread the core component of your workout routine? Don't let boring sit-ups and crunches put a stale end to your workouts.
Here are a few ideas to help keep your core workouts feeling so fresh and so clean clean.
Sliding pike is a great introduction to handstands and also a killer core exercise. Start in a strong plank position with a hollow hold and exhale as you contract the abdominal a to move your feet toward your hands.
This variation does double duty with added deep squat mobility work.
Start in a strong plank position on elbow and contract your abdominals and glutes hard and abduct each leg to the side then return to starting position. Only go as far as you can comfortably. A little more advanced? Try it with both legs but be warned - this variation is not for the faint of heart!
This is an extended variation of the Sliding Plank...
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