Fall Fitness Routine

9:00 AM

I am currently a Weight Watchers member and am focusing on losing weight and bettering my overall health. While my diet is one of the most vital ways I am maintaining my goals, I also incorporate exercise to not only keep my goals in check but also as a release from every day stress. I workout a minimum of five days a week but do aim to workout six times a week. My workouts take 1 hour and involve 2 parts. The first part of my workout is cardio, I will either use my stationary bike, treadmill, or go for a run outside. I do this for 30 minutes and then go into my weights routine.

I switch up my weight exercises about every 3 months so my body doesn't get too used to one set and I don't end up hitting a plateau with my weight loss. Today, I want to share my weight lifting routine that I am using for the fall season. Each day is broken down into a targeted area. You will need hand weights, a kettlebell, and a yoga mat or soft flooring to complete this workout. I find this is something that can be done by almost anyone and you can simply modify the weight to what gives you some resistance but does not cause you to overly exert or cause injury. I am not a health professional so please consult your doctor before beginning any exercise routine.

For any of the workouts you are unfamiliar with, check out one of my favorite sites Workoutz which provides exercise videos, sample workout spreads, and detailed videos for each exercise given. Click here to check it out for yourself!

In the comments below, let me know what fitness routine you follow.

As always any requests, questions, or comments are greatly appreciated. Talk to you soon!

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