It’s Sunday! New Workout with Shake Recipe

Happy Superbowl Sunday Everyone!

When Chris and I woke up this morning, it was less than 30 degrees. But, on the bright side, it should be able to get up to 60F.

To read last week’s workout, CLICK HERE!

In keeping with the no gym, at home, no equipment theme, let’s focus on some problem areas after walking a mile to clear our heads. Don’t forget, these are only suggestions and am sharing with you what I am doing each week. Always consult with a doctor before entering into any workout program. If you should need modifications, feel free to reach out to me to brainstorm. I am not a personal trainer, but I am willing to always help others.

25 Pushups

45 Bicyle Kicks                                       30 Standing Straight Arm Out Toe Touches
45 Reverse Crunches                           45 Russian Twists
10 Side Plank Left Crunches              10 Side Plank Right Crunches
20sec Superman Plank (x2)               30 Straight Leg Lifts
30 Mountain Climbers                         30 Windshield Wipers

60 Squats                                                 30 Side Lunges (x2)
30sec Wall Sit                                         60 Plie Calf Raise Pulses
50 Sumo Squats                                     30 Squatting Donkey Kicks
20 Side Lunge to Curtsy Lunge (alternating)
10 Clamshell Right                                10 Clamshell Left

My balance and coordination has been a little off with the seasonal change, so let’s go for:
3 sets 30sec (30sec rest in between) of Pistol Squats

25 Pushups to end before stretching. This will help increase circulation and lower your heart rate slowly instead of heading into the shower immediately after those pushups. A cool-down routine will also decrease postworkout soreness. Let me know in the comments below if you would like me to add some stretching suggestions to this each week, or even as a separate post for ease of viewing.

I love taking bananas and freezing them in the freezer (without the peel) to use in smoothies instead of watering down with ice. I’ve had a can of pineapple kicking around for a while, and thought heck- why not add it for the week! It’s an excellent source of vitamin C and manganese. Pineapple is also a very good source of copper and a good source of vitamin B1, vitamin B6, dietary fiber, folate and pantothenic acid.

1c Coconut Milk
1/2 Frozen Banana
1c Pineapple
1-2T Honey (depending on taste)
1 scoop JuicePlus+ Complete Vanilla Shake Powder

Feel free to email me (jessica@gitterislife.com) to learn more about the JuicePlus+ shake powder. I’ve tried just about everything out there on the market, and have found nothing else that compares to it.

Cheers everyone! Have a fabulous day!

xoxooxoxoJessica

 


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