Hello! Hello! Welcome to the newbie readers and a warm hug to my devoted readers.
This week I share my body revamp journey (Quick tips, too) with you, the reader. I have posted a few happy milestone photos on my personal Facebook account with captions but I decided to share a little insight on this blog.
As most of us dread working out on a good day or for the fellow non-fitness freaks – These simple at-home exercises will aid you with your body revamp. After all, summer bodies are made in winter – A lesson well learned and a good motivator.
I would like to ask you: How often do you work out? Do you exercise daily or 2-3 times a week? Share your fitness journey with me, Kelly, by commenting on this article or if you would like a one-on-one chat – Email: email@example.com
For the past 2 months, I have been focusing on exercises to help me with my journey and wow – draining is the nicest adjective I will say. Lol. My fat areas are my legs (Mostly thighs) and my butt. Cellulite is just the WORST NIGHTMARE that leaves one feeling so ugly and a bit shy to wear pretty, semi-revealing clothes (Well, unless you already have rocking body, keep your comments to yourself as the rest of us are aiming for our desired look)
Below I share my workout session and I aim to inspire those who, like me, lack the energy to get up and work out. At the end of each workout section, I do take a 1-minute water break to balance out the sets and control my breathing and flow of movement.
BRIDGES – A fab workout that requires minimal input. You lay on a yoga mat for added comfort during your set (I like to do 2 sets of 20)
FIRE HYDRANTS – A great workout that is meant to target inner thighs and butt area (I like to do 2 sets of 20 per leg)
LUNGES – Some like to use weights during this exercise, but I don’t use weights often as I have a damaged right shoulder that is prone to stiffness with the slightest of movement from weight lifting during any exercise (Yip, 2 sets of 20 per leg)
DONKEY AND SQUAT KICKS – These two exercises have become my go-to for a power boost during those unmotivated days, working both thighs and the butt area is what I am all about.
YOGA – A few mixed sets make the pointer of yoga as to tone, ease, open & alleviate the body throughout, I like to end off my yoga session with a tree pose and child pose.
Bonus: RESISTANT BAND SET
As a non-fitness person, I tend to lack the overall effort of arm and tummy workouts. But I have discovered a super comfy and easy alternative that requires the help from a resistant band thingymabob (Forgive me my darlings, I speak limited gym jargon)
This works the entire body from arms, tummy, thighs, legs and butt & the neck muscles get attention, too. This variation gets 2 thumbs #FITNESSJOURNEY
UPDATE: As of 20 June, I COMPLETED 40 MINUTES OF MY AT-HOME WORKOUTS 😎 a huuuuge milestone for me and a FABULOUS #SlayDayTuesday !!