Hi, Friends! Happy Monday! I am so thankful to be feeling much better this morning! After being sick since last Tuesday, I welcome feeling almost 100% like my normal self today. Today is my first day back in the office since last Tuesday and will also be my first day back at Orangetheory Fitness. I haven’t worked out for over 2 weeks. So please pray for me!
Speaking of working out, I thought it would be fun to to share an entire weeks worth of workouts with you. This roundup of workouts includes everything from strength and core workouts to HIIT and body weight exercises. I hope you find something that you’ll be able to add into your weekly workouts.
If you’d like to see some more of my workouts, you can check them out here.
Monday: Beautiful Back Workout
Since Orangetheory has been my main source of workouts lately, I have forgotten how much I love strict strength workouts. Sure, Orangetheory has days that are dedicated to strength, but there are treadmill and rowing blocks incorporated, so there is cardio sprinkled in here and there. This straight forward back workout is a great one to have in your arsenal.
Tuesday: 15 Minute Rowing + Med Ball Workout
Speaking of Orangetheory, this OTF inspired workout will kick any boredom out the door that you may sometimes feel when you step in to the gym. Alternating between the rower and using medicine balls will keep you moving and keep that heart rate elevated.
Wednesday: Booty Building Glute Workout
You all know that glute and leg are my favorites workouts to do in the gym. This booty building workout focuses on strength, but you throw in a little cardio with some incline walking at the end!
Thursday: 30 Minute Interval StairMaster Workout
This 30 minute StairMaster workout is easily one of my most pinned workouts on Pinterest. It takes the guesswork out of what you need to be doing for cardio. The constant switching of levels makes the time fly by.
Friday: Pyramid Shoulder Workout
I LOVE pyramid workouts because they’re a great opportunity to go super heavy on certain moves! As the reps decrease, make sure you up that weight! As the reps increase, drop the weight down as you need to.
Saturday: Core & Arm Workout
Don’t forget to work that core out a few times a week! I love incorporating different variations of planks into my workouts to work my core. That in addition to traditional moves like sit ups will really target your mid-section!
Ah rest days, the most important (and usually most hated if you’re like me) day of the week. Rest days are SO important. Not only does it give your body a chance to repair itself from the workouts you’ve completed through the week, it is also a good metal break from your brain. Use this day to rest, reset and recharge for the week ahead. Plan out next weeks workouts and get a jump start on some meal prep!