Spring Break is finally here and summer time is just around the corner…you know what that means, right? It’s time to kick your workouts into high gear and work towards that summer tummy and tush you’ve always wanted. Why wait any longer? Get your beach body off to the right start with the perfect Monday morning workout. Getting up on a Monday and getting to the gym is truly an accomplishment, and you should be proud of yourself for having done so. Get up, tie your shoes, and get going!
This week’s Music Monday workout is an awesome butt buster workout that will help tone your tush and thighs and help you get beach-ready. Squat, lunge, and jump your way to a healthier, more toned you with these simple workout circuits. This workout is short and easy to follow, so try to complete it at least two or three times through. The more it burns the more it’s working so make sure you push yourself! You know what they say, only start counting reps once it starts hurting!
Want a full workout? Try performing Low Intensity Steady State (LISS) Cardio for thirty minutes prior to starting on this circuit. Anything from spinning, running, or the elliptical will do! While it is called “Low Intensity”, this does not mean not pushing yourself! Go at a pace that makes talking a little difficult and breathing a little heavy. By combining these two exercises, this ensures that you have both fat burning and muscle toning/strengthening components of your workout completed in just an hour!
If you need a break at any point, give yourself 5-10 seconds and then pick up where you left off. The song for this week’s workout is “Mmm Yeah” by Austin Mahone featuring Pitbull. The song is upbeat and motivational and makes a great song to workout to. This song is semi-new and will definitely be my new favorite workout song. It’s also great to dance in the shower to and to drive to (but mostly for working out). Pitbull always provides awesome motivational music, so wake up, roll out of bed, and get going! Happy Monday!
What’s your favorite workout song?