You're the BossFeeling like you want to take charge of your fitness and create your own workouts? You can start today by mixing and matching any of the exercises from our Strength Training Workout and Core Strength Exercises.
Here's an example of a mix-it-up workout that you could do at home:
Perform two to three sets of 10 to 15 reps per exercise.
- Lunges with bicep curl
- Dead lifts
- One minute of jumping jacks
- Leg circles
- One minute of jogging in place
- Donkey kicks
- One minute of invisible jump rope
- Front raises
- Bent-over rows
- One minute of stair climbing
- Reverse crunches
- Open books
- Hold plank for 30 seconds (rest for five second intervals if you need to)
- Tricep dips
Keep It Fresh
Need to mix it up even more? Branch out by attending a group fitness class at a local gym or try exercises found in women's health magazines or strength training websites. Join a walking group, tennis team, or softball league. There's no end to the number of ways you can move your body. Get creative and take charge.
Sneak It In
When you absolutely and honestly don't have time to exercise, try these tips: