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Mom Life Approved: The Workout That Works Anywhere


In the park, in the dark. On a train, in the rain. Short on time or when I'm not feeling my prime. Okay, that kinda sounds like it's from "Green Eggs and Ham by Dr, Seuss" but the sentiment is true, this workout can be done anywhere, anytime, and with anything you have lying around.


So many times videos, programs, and influencer workouts don't take into account real life. I have many clients who squeeze in their workouts during nap time, while cooking dinner, or even take a page out of my book and make it work while the kids play at the park.





The one barrier to break down? It can be a bit of a puzzle as to what to do when you aren't in a gym or traditional workout space setting.

Thankfully that's why I'm here with some easy-to-remember tips and tricks can help with a "Mom Life Approved: The Workout That Works Anywhere"!


Benches:

  • Elevated push-ups

  • Tri-cep dip

  • Squat to sits

  • Stretches.


Stepping Stones:

  • Step Ups

  • Bulgarian Split Squats

  • Toe Taps

  • Single Leg Dips


Side Walk/Turf:

  • Jumpings Jacks

  • Lunges/ Side Lunges

  • Core Work (Recommended on turf because it's softer)

  • High Knees (again, turf is softer and easier on the knees if it's an option)

  • Butt Kicks



While all of the above do not require weights and can be done with body weight alone I do have a little something extra up my sleeve....




Water Bottles are essential for hydration (duh!) but I love to use it to help me be mindful of my form and do give something to hold onto while doing upper body moves. Will the actual wieght of the bottle and liquid give a bunch of resistance? No, but holding it will remind you to engage the muscles and have control of the moves versus going through the motions with no pay off.





Some ideas use it with:

  • Bicep Curls

  • Wood Choppers

  • Tricep Extensions

  • Front Raises



Want to try it out for yourself? Get your FREE workout sheets HERE and learn more about my 1:1 coaching and philosophies HERE.



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