Jump Rope Routine

Jump-roping is one of my favorite exercises to do, in a short period of time it gets your heart racing. If you haven’t skipped roped sense you were four feet tall, it may be a big shock to you, and a minute of jumping may be extremely hard to do. So give it some practice and time, this routine will help burn fat and pump up your metabolism, if you’re having a hard time, take quick brakes in between. jump rope

Workout:

  • 1 minute of regular jumps
  • 1 minute wall sit
  • 1 minute of regular jumps
  • 1 minute of pushups
  • 1 minute of skipping jumping jacks
  • 1 minute plank
  • 1 minute various jumps ( for ex: 20 seconds normal skip, 5 seconds on one leg, 5 seconds on other leg)

THAT’S IT! If your up for it, repeat 1 to 2 more times

Everyday Exercise

These four moves tone the whole body. Now I am not saying to ONLY to this for your exercise, just to add on! Yes, even on your rest days ;)

I do these moves religiously every single day, and I want you to do these every. single. day. I hope you all notice a difference! If you take before and current pictures, make sure to tweet them to me: @clairebearshear

If you don’t know some of the moves, just Google them! 0fea263a14006dbb14f4e0f397337715

Exercises: 

  • 10 burpees 
  • 1 min plank
  • 20 squats
  • 10 pushups

Fitness: Heart-pumping HIIT Routine

If you read my last Treadmill HIIT workout, I explained what HIIT is. HIIT is high intensity interval training. HIIT workouts incorporate short bursts of energy with slower, to ensure maximum calorie burnage and, therefor, maximum results in little time. This routine can take you anywhere from 20-40 minutes. run

  • Warm up by stretching your arms, legs, and core
  • Get your heart rate up and sprint for two minutes at approximately speed 8
  • Cool down for three minutes walking at approximately speed 4 (or if you have more energy, slow jog this part)
  • Repeat this 4-8 times for a heart racing workout

NOTICE: Please adjust the speeds to suit your physical needs. The speeds provided are just recommendations. Also, if you run outdoors, just follow the bolded words and time, not the speeds.

Fitness: Treadmill HIIT workout

One of my all time favorite workout to do are HIIT workouts. HIIT means high intensity interval training. HIIT workouts get your heart rate up and then bring it back down and you repeat these cycles for maximum calorie burn-age. HIIT’s are mainly done running/on the treadmill, rollerskating, biking, and walking. This workout can be repeated as many times as wanted.

run

Warmup
Start off with a five minute warm up at speed 3.5 and 3 incline
Intervals
Do one minute at 8 speed
One minute at 6
One minute at 4 with incline 2
One minute at 3.5 with incline 6 increasing by 2 incline each time you repeat this.
*Modify speeds/incline to fit your fitness level
If you want to do this running outside just adjust the speeds so speed 8 would be a sprint, speed 6 a jog, and 4 is walking. 
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