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The Leaves are Changing ( Ready for a Workout Routine)
The leaves are changing color, the air is getting cooler, and pumpkin spice everything is back – it must be fall! As the seasons change, so does our fitness routine. Just as we break out our sweaters and cute fall outfits, we must adjust our workout routine to fit the cooler weather.
Don’t let the cooler temperatures and shorter days deter you from getting in shape this fall! In fact, fall is the perfect time to start a new fitness routine. The weather is not too hot and not too cold, so you can comfortably go for a run or walk outside. And, with the holidays just around the corner, now is the time to get in shape before all the rich food and festive drinks start calling your name.
Not sure where to start? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. This article will give you the best at-home workout for fall. We’ll tell you what you will need for your at-home training, the best exercises to get you in shape for fall, and how
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Fall is the perfect time to get in shape
As the weather cools down and the days get shorter, it can be harder to motivate to stay active and get in our daily dose of exercise. But, just because it’s harder to get to the gym, doesn’t mean we should give up on our fitness goals. In fact, fall is the perfect time to start a new fitness routine. The weather is not too hot and not too cold, so you can comfortably go for a run or walk outside. And, with the holidays just around the corner, now is the time to get in shape before all the rich food and festive drinks start calling your name.
One of the great things about working out at home is that you don’t need much equipment. All you really need is a mat and some comfortable clothes. However, there are a few other things that can make your at-home workout more enjoyable and effective. First, invest in a quality pair of shoes. This is especially important if you plan on doing a lot of running or walking. A good pair of shoes will support your feet and help you avoid injury. Second, consider adding some hand weights to your routine. Hand weights are a great way to add resistance to your workout and can help you tone your arms and legs. Finally, if you have the space, a treadmill or elliptical machine can be a great addition to your home gym. These machines allow you to get a great cardio workout without having to brave the cold weather.
The best exercises to get you in shape for fall
Now that you have everything you need for your at-home workout, it’s time to start exercising! Below are some of the best exercises to help you get in shape for fall. Walking or running: Walking or running is a great way to get your heart rate up and improve your cardiovascular health. And, since you can do it anywhere, it’s a great option for an at-home workout. Push-ups: Push-ups are a great way to tone your arms, chest, and core. If you’re new to push-ups, start by doing them on your knees.
As you get stronger, you can move to doing full push-ups. Squats: Squats are a great way to tone your legs and butt. For an added challenge, you can hold hand weights while you squat. Crunches: Crunches are a great way to tone your abs. For an extra challenge, you can hold a weight on your chest while you do crunches.
How to make your at-home workout routine enjoyable
One of the best ways to make your at-home workout routine more enjoyable is to mix things up. If you get bored easily, try adding new exercises to your routine or working out for a different amount of time each day. another great way to make your at-home workout more enjoyable is to create a “ workout playlist.” Fill a playlist with your favorite upbeat songs and listen to it while you work out. Music can help you stay motivated and push through a tough workout.
As you know, I’m not a personal trainer, but I do what suits me. Every physique is different, so please respect that. The workout I post below can be changed up according to your needs. Grab your dumbells, canned goods, or whatever you have, and get started.
Jumping jacks (3 sets of 23 )
Lateral Lunches ( 7 on each side)
Lunge stretches (7 on each side)
Counterbalance Squat 10xs
Legs and Booty🍑
Sumo Deadlifts (3 sets of 13 )
Single-Leg kettlebell (3 sets of 13 )
Side Squats (3 sets of 13 )
Sumo squats (3 sets of 13 )
Deadlift (3 sets of 7)
Abduction (3 sets of 13)
Bulgarian squat (3 sets of 13 )
DB curls (3 sets of 23 )
Hammer curl (3 sets of 23 )
DB front raises (3 sets of 23 )
Single-arm raise (3 sets of 10 )
Tricep kickback (3 sets of 23 )
Overhead tricep extension (3 sets of 23)
Core Stability ⌛️
1 Minute Plank
Russian twist with medicine ball (3 sets of 23)
Crunch Kicks (3 sets of 23)
Reverse Crunch (3 sets of 23)
Spiderman Plank (3 sets of 23)
Knee tucks with a yoga ball
Cool Down (Grab yoga Mat) 😎
Half Split (3 minutes on each side)
High Lunge (3 minutes on each side)
Pigeon stretch (3 minutes on each side)
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