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I always do mountain climbers as a sub for jumping jacks- my knees seem to agree with them more!

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Sitting on the couch pinning certainly is producing no sweat, but nothing makes me sweat more than getting in that hot room & Bikraming for 90 minutes - love it

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  • Andrea Wallace

    So great! I noticed we have similar interests, I’m in a healthy eating & fitness group on Facebook. If you want extra motivation, you’d really like it. Send me a FB friend request if you’re interested! My link is in my Pinterest profile

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Wake up! daily workout also....Do this routine before every shower: 50 jumping jacks, 5 pushups, 20 crunches, 20 mountain climbers, and 30 second plank. I like the idea of doing it before every shower, then it is easier to become part of a routine. Need to print and put on my mirror

  • Amy Tyson

    Whew! I will try the old lady version of this wake me up workout!

  • Genevieve Le, Beachbody Coach

    I've got a great group of friends on Facebook chatting about general health and fitness, Everyone is so positive and supportive. If you want extra motivation or enjoy motivating others, I think you'd really like it. Send me a FB request if your're interested! facebook.com/Genevieve.le.79 Look forward to talking to you!! Genevieve

Load your guns workout

Was the caption a reference from Zenon? "Zoom zoom zoom, make my heart go boom boom, my super nova girl" Either way, new workout playlist, now gotta start the workout...

here’s a workout to help you get the toned legs of a dancer. Pair this with a lot of stretching and you should notice a difference, especially in your calves, pretty quickly. For extra intensity, add dumbbells to the squats and lunges. Also, if you have a hard time balancing in the one-legged calf raises, stand near a wall or counter so you have something to rest your hand on for balance. That’s why we have barres in ballet classes!