I have to admit...I've been feeling a bit desperate lately. Desperate for something interesting and new to do for my daily workout! It seems like no matter what I do, I just can't fight that feeling of boredom before I even get started! I know that it is to be expected...It's normal, really. I have worked out at least four times a week consistently for years now...since I started college, really, 8 or 9 years ago, so of course, I'm going to get bored from time to time. So for the past month or two, I've been trying anything and everything. I've made up workouts on the treadmill, gone on hikes, taken classes, read magazines and yes, even hit Pinterest for some new exercise inspiration, just trying to kick my workout boredom.
I'm still trying to kick the boredom for good (if that's even possible), but I have come across a workout or two in the process that I have enjoyed and I thought would be worth sharing with you guys. The workout included below is actually one that I repinned onto my Bridal Fitness board on Pinterest, originally from one of my favorite blogs, Peanut Butter Fingers. It's a great half hour circuit training workout that requires NO equipment. All you really need is some of your favorite tunes and a stopwatch (I used my phone) to time your exercises! You cycle through the list of exercises twice, and alternate between jumping rope (no rope needed though) and other exercises like squats, high knees, burpees, mountain climbers and planks. Yes, it's a tough workout, but it's not impossible!
If this workout sounds interesting to you, you should definitely head over to Peanut Butter Fingers to check out even more circuit workouts created by the blogger, Julie, who has a "serious love of circuit-style workouts."
Bridal Fitness on Paper - At-Home Circuit Workout
Level of Difficulty: 4 out of 5 rings
|Equipment: Awesome music and a stopwatch|
|Time Commitment: 30 minutes|
Bridal Fitness on Paper is a weekly blog series posted every Monday, where I share and review a wide variety of cardio and resistance training workouts, both inside the gym and out. Bridal Fitness on Paper is meant to help guide brides along their weight loss journey all the way to the altar and beyond! All of the reviews posted are based on my own experience; I am not a fitness or nutrition professional. If you're curious about a specific workout, and you'd like for me to review it, please do leave a comment below or feel free to send me an email at Sarah - at - apaperproposal - dot - com.