Tabata Time!

I am in love with Tabata style workouts.  These are a form of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) following a specific, timed routine per exercise.  In tabata you work all out for 20 seconds and then rest for 10 seconds, repeating a total of 8 times for one 4 minute round.  Tabata is named after…

Small and Consistent Keeps You In the Race

Here we are 3 weeks into the new year.  How do you feel your fitness goals are going?  If  you are beginning to struggle with your schedule or finding time to get to the gym, whether it is a little or a lot, I am here with some good news.   Even small amounts of exercise…

Compound Exercises You Can Do At Home

Compound exercises are exercises that involve multiple joints and therefore more than one muscle group.  These exercises burn more calories than isolation exercises (working 1 joint and 1 primary muscle), help with flexibility, stability, coordination and overall strength. Here are some of the most common compound exercises using just your own body weight (in other…

High Intensity Interval Training Brings the Afterburn

This month my friend Jodi will be sharing some weekly workout tips with us.  An avid runner and fitness enthusiast, Jodi will help us to crush those 2018 fitness goals! It is a new year and many of us have goals of losing weight, getting lean and improving our overall health.  To get the best…