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We’re not sure how many home workouts we’ve got left. But it won’t be many.

It’s important to take everything we’ve learned from our home fitness routines and bring it with us back into the gym and beyond.

Taking it back to basics. Focusing on form. Testing our cardio. Being mindful of mobility and flexibility. Little lessons we might have learned which will help us progress properly when we get back to it.

Mixing it up with bodyweight workouts, cardio, and weightlifting might be the way forward.

In celebration of that, here’s a real mix of workouts to keep you inspired to continue at home. For now, anyway.

 
 
 

Kelsey’s full body workout

 

A high intensity circuit that is brilliant for home or the gym. Five exercises, seven rounds, rest when you need it. This is one worth having in your back pocket.

 

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🎀FULL BODY WORKOUT🎀 . I have so many full body and HIIT workouts to post because I’ve done so many during quarantine😂. I have loved full body and HIIT workouts so that’s what I’ve been doing. Now that I’m back in the gym I’ll be changing up my workouts a little but I’ll still doing at least one full body workout a week🤩. I always share the exact workout I’m doing with you guys so whatever I’m doing is what I have to post! I’ll update you guys with my new goals and new workout split soon! . Complete 5 rounds and rest as needed! 1️⃣Med ball throw 15x 2️⃣Sprinter sit ups 30x 3️⃣Arnold press 15x 4️⃣Hand release push ups 15x 5️⃣High plank opp hand and leg lift 20x 6️⃣Banded squat jump 20x 7️⃣Standing on single leg elbow to knee 15x each side . ❤️Save for your next workout and tag me❤️

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Nathan’s Shoulder Mobility

 

If you’re eager to get back to the shoulder press, you’re going to want to gear up for it with these key mobility exercises. Keep that range of movement complete.

 

 
 
 

Emily’s 15-minute flow

 

Give yourself a reboot with this beginners yoga flow. All you need is 15 minutes for a quick opener and engager.

 

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Full Body Beginner’s Flow 🥰 tag someone who needs this!⠀ In this flow we’re givin’ our body a COMPLETE reboot. It opens up all major muscle groups, strengthens your core and decompresses deep hips + neck/shoulders 🍯🤤⠀ ⠀ PS: it doesn’t matter what it looks like. slow down. let it feel good. breathe deeply. just connect and go inward ❤️⠀ ⠀ 1️⃣Warm Up: child’s pose, cat cow, downward dog, rag doll, roll up/down to standing, hamstring stretch, cobra, locust, downward dog⠀ ⠀ 2️⃣Main Flow: low lunge, lunge arm circles, pyramid pose, vinyasa otherside⠀ ⠀ 3️⃣Core: dead bug, core twists, butterfly crunches⠀ ⠀ 4️⃣Hip Opening: forward fold, butterfly, 90-90⠀ ⠀ 5️⃣Neck/ Shoulders: side neck stretch, chin up, chin down, neck circles, gomukasana (tricep stretch), cross body reach⠀ ⠀ 6️⃣Cool Down: legs up the wall, figure four on the wall, reclining twist, savasana⠀ ⠀ Tadow by Masego, FKJ

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Matty’s Power Workout

 

Power by name and by nature. This session will be a challenge. The proof you need that callisthenics is not just for beginners. Mastering your own bodyweight is impressive.

 

 
 
 

Kick Ass Yoga’s Core Control

 

The core is arguably the most important group of muscles in the body. Integral for everything. Test it out with this challenging core workout.