Hey lovelys, Happy Power Monday and Happy Veteran's Day! Make sure you take a moment and send a prayer, well wishes, or just take a few quiet moments to thank and appreciate our troops and those who served, fought, and died for our country.
I had a pretty amazing and relaxing 4 day weekend! I broke down some personal barriers (post to come), finalized more college apps, worked on some of my social media platforms, and did some new recipe creation that I can not wait to share! I bought tons of groceries as a result and still need to place an order on Vitacost! It is amazing how much cheaper "health" and organic foods are online than at the store! It you can, always always always order online 🙂 Plus Vitacost is having a 55% off Veteran's Day Special sale (it ends 11:59pm tonight!)
So with the holidays gaining on us (can you believe there is only 2 ½ weeks till T-Day?!) everyone seems to be looking for quick ways to get in a nice sweaty workout on limited time. So I created a quick leg burner for y'all to do when you are crunched on time and just need to get in a quick sweat session before running out and on to your other various obligations!
+ I suggest anywhere from 15-25lbs for the Kettlebell. If you don't have one, just use a dumbbell!
+ The other moves can all be done with your body weight, or you can use dumbbells. It is up to you!
+ Do these rounds quick, rest minimally between each round. If you are really crunched on time cut it back to just 3 rounds and you will still feel it!
Have fun with this one! Let me know how you do and if liked it. Remember to honor you body and perform at you own level. Don't continue if you feel sick or faint! We are all at different stages of fitness and need to respect that.
Now...drum-roll...the winner of the ENERGYbits giveaway is....Keri, congratulations! You should be receiving my email today so I can get your info to send on over to ENERGYbits and they will get you your sample in no time.
So tell me:
Do you feel especially crunched on time during the holidays? Thankfully, I don't. So my workouts, cooking, all things healthy living pretty much stay exactly the same. It just my ingrained lifestyle.
What are your favorite online grocery retailers? I love iHerb, but Vitacost is a close second since they always have great savings and discounts. Abe's Market looks pretty steller as well, but I have never ordered form them yet.