When things start to get crazier around Labor Day, it can be difficult to find the time for fitness. It is already hard to stick to a fitness program. Exploding and often erratic schedules don’t help.
Luckily you can actually split your thirty minute workout into three ten minute sections and get the same benefit as a full on half hour. It is easier to find ten minutes versus thirty.
For these short sessions keep up speed and intensity with proper form and control.
Block One: squats, lunges, and jumping jacks
Block Two: pushups, tricep dips, side planks
Block Three: kettlebell swings
The time will fly by and you will be much fitter by the end of it all.
About the Author: Lynda Lippin is an award-winning NYC-based Certified Pilates Teacher with 25 years experience, an ACE Certified Personal Trainer who specializes in TRX® and Kettlebell training, and a Usui Reiki Master. Lynda’s teaching style, which is described as “nurturing yet demanding,” allows her clients, such as journalist Natalie Livingstone and designer Donna Karan, to overcome basic issues of poor posture, poor alignment, stiffness, injury, and back or neck pain. Lynda Lippin’s clients end up stronger, taller, more flexible, and thinner with many fewer aches and pains.
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