Happy Wednesday Everyone!
I hope your week has slowed down in terms of business, but has sped up so the weekend arrives quicker. I’m spending the day doing curriculum design, whomp whomp. Truthfully, lesson planning is one of my favorite parts of teaching, but with four classes, I feel like I don’t have time to create the best lessons I can. Hopefully I can do some brainstorming with my colleagues today.
The best part about curriculum day, is not having to go in until 8am. Rob and I got a cool, early morning run in today.
Since it’s a Wednesday, I want to share this Seconds Strength full body workout from the Spring Burn, which is on sale – workouts only – for $9.99. You’re getting a sneak peek as to what you’re in for if you need a structured workout plan that’s easy to follow, has progressions and regressions of moves, and can be accomplished in just 4 weeks.
At the bottom of the workout, I am listing out the beginner and advancements for each move. Let me know if this something you like seeing!
Seconds Strength – Complete each move for 30 seconds. Rest 10-15 seconds between each move. Complete 4-5 rounds total.
Arnolds – Beginner: Seated, back straight / Advanced: Stand on one leg
Squat Hold with Back Tap – Beginner: Rest hand on wall, stand as needed / Advanced: Hold a weight in both hands
Single Leg Dead Lift with Row – Beginner: Rest back toe on ground / Advanced: Row with one arm at a time
Oblique Star Crunch – Beginner: No weight, lower height of foot / Advanced: Take support arm off ground
RQ: Are progressions and regressions (beginner and advances) of the moves something you like to see? Should I continue to add them to workout posts?