Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Exercise with Erin

Working out is a good way to stay healthy and active.
So without further ado, I present to you
It is very important to stretch and limber up before beginning your workout.

To warm up, simply jump up and down for an extended period of time.
This type of jumping can be done in almost any setting.

Spinning in circles with a friend is also good cardio.

Push Ups are a great way to improve upper arm strength. I advise you attempt them while climbing out of a laundry machine for an added challenge.

Rolling down hills is a fun and easy way to build up your stamina. I try to make sure I accomplish a few good hill rolls every week on a regular basis.

Hill rolling can be incorporated into a partner-based workout.

Speaking of,
Sparring with a partner is a great way to get in some cardio.

Tae-Bo (with Billy Blanks, of course) is a good example as well.

Boxing is also great exercise.

Hitting things with sticks is a fun and entertaining way to burn some calories.

Find ways to incorporate unconventional exercise into your daily routines, like the grocery store.

Cool down is just as important and essential. Don't forget to rest up after your hard workout.
Maybe even splurge and get yourself one of those spa seaweed body wraps. If you don't want to spend the money on it though, you can always make a homemade version with just a blanket, a teenager, and a toddler.

I advise 700 repetitions, 3 times a day, for roughly 3-17 years,so that you too can some day look..... this good.

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