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At-Home Workouts vs. Holiday Dinners

The holidays are full of decadent dinners, Christmas cookies, Gingerbread houses, Eggnog, Christmas parties with tasty finger foods, fruit cakes, so many delicious treats that make this season special. But it's important to keep a balance between your diet and your physical activity. With so many things to stress about, like gift shopping, family trips, hosting parties, or even having guests stay at your house, it's easy to let yourself go during this time of year. We'll go over a couple of full-body workouts you can do at home with little to no equipment.

Body Weight

Take a 30-second rest in between sets.

Round 1:

40 Lunges

30 Russian Twists

20 Burpees

10 Push-Ups

Round 2:

40 Jumping Jacks

30 Squats

20 Mountain Climbers

30-second Plank

Round 3:

40 Bulgarian Lunges

30 High Knees

20 Speed Skaters

10 Push-Ups

Round 4:

40 Knee to Elbow Planks

30 Donkey Kicks/ Fire hydrants

20 High Knees

30- second Plank

Resistance Band

10-second rest between exercises, 30-second rest between sets. Do 3-4 sets.

40 Seated Bicep Curls

Put your feet through the resistance band while sitting. Grab a hold of the band with both your hands, like you would a bar. and curl.

30 Laying Clamshells

With the band over your knees, lay on your side with your knees slightly bent. Separate your knees and pull strength from your glutes.

20 Lateral Pull-Down

Grab a hold of your band over your head, and pull your arms down until they're on either side of your shoulders.

30 Banded Glute Bridge with Abduction Place your band over your knees and lay on your back. With your feet planted firmly, hold a bridge, and as you hold, separate your knees, close, and lower your glutes back to the ground.


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