3 Tips from I’m Fit & Happy online personal trainer Kelly Weston: Workout ideas for the gym:
1. Start with cardio interval training. Get on a treadmill and do 8, 30-second intervals of high intensity cardio. You can walk on an incline or run, but it needs to be very challenging! Alternate your intervals with a 90-second recovery by walking at a slow speed. You need to recover 100% before the next interval. I call this the HGH run. It stands for Human Growth Hormone because with this type of high intensity exercise, you produce more human growth hormone when you sleep.
2. Perform Multiple Muscle Group Exercises like Squat with overhead press. Using two 5 lb free weights, start with your legs wider than hip width apart and squat down, then stand and overhead press. Make sure you keep your knees in line with your toes, your weight in your heels and your back straight (don’t round your back when you squat down). Repeat 20 times.
3. Perform High Intensity Exercises like Mountain Climbers. With your hands on the floor shoulder width apart, pull one knee to the chest and then switch knees using your abs. Keep your shoulders over your hands and keep your abs pulled in (don’t ever arch your back). Repeat for 30 seconds.
**Alternate Squat Overhead Press with Mountain Climbers and work your way up to repeating them for 3-4 sets.
How about doing a 5 Minute Workout?
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