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Christmas Workout Routine

Workout Routine (Holiday Workout)

Christmas is a time for celebration and family, but it can also be a time to stay fit. Let’s talk about a Holiday Workout. If you want to keep up with your routine during the holidays, here are some ideas that will help keep your body healthy:

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Do a 10-minute intense workout before your Christmas dinner.

Do a 10-minute intense workout before your Christmas dinner.

It’s the perfect time to get out of the house and into your gym clothes, so you can sweat out some holiday stress while helping to fuel your body with healthy fats and protein. If you have access to an exercise machine, use it! If not, consider going outside for some quick reps of plyometric jumps or stair climbs. You don’t need a lot of equipment to work up a good sweat in 10 minutes. Just a bit of determination and focus!

Go for a walk with your kids and your family after dinner.

Exercise, especially of the cardiovascular variety, is important to your health. It can also be a great way to spend family time. If you’re feeling pressured to exercise but don’t want to do it alone, try walking with your kids or partner in tow!

Walking is great for everyone: children who want an activity they can do together; parents who need something that won’t wear them out too quickly (and there’s nothing worse than being sore after an intense workout); and couples who want some quality bonding time without having any responsibilities at home (or at least not too many).

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Play a sport with your family. ( A great Holiday Workout)

  • Get everyone involved. When you play a sport together, your whole family gets to spend time together and enjoy each other’s company. It’s an opportunity for bonding, which will help you feel closer as a family unit.
  • Choose a sport that everyone can play. Sporty families may want to choose something they all love so they are excited about participating in their workouts without having any preference over who gets picked last or how long their turns will last (or even if they’ll get chosen at all!). If not then maybe try something like basketball or soccer where there isn’t much prepping involved before practice starts—just make sure everyone is safe while playing so no one gets hurt!

Get into the spirit by doing pushups while “jingle bell rock” plays.

If you are looking for a fun way to get in the holiday spirit, look no further than this easy workout. Pushups are a great exercise for the chest and arms, as well as shoulders. They also work out your core muscles which will help improve balance and stability while walking around or doing everyday tasks like taking off your shoes at home before stepping outside into the cold winter air. This is a good Holiday Workout.

To do pushups: Stand up straight with feet shoulder-width apart (or whatever feels right). Place hands on either side of the head and slowly lower yourself down until elbows are bent 90 degrees then return back up again keeping arms straight throughout the entire movement (do not bend elbows).

Bring back the standing ab curl.

Standing ab curls are a great way to target your core and help strengthen your lower back. It also helps prevent back pain, which is why we recommend doing them at least three times a week. To do it: Get into a wide stance with one foot in front of you, then lie down on the floor, resting your weight on all fours (or if you’re not flexible enough to do so comfortably). Next, lift up one arm while reaching forward with the opposite leg until they are parallel with each other; repeat this motion 15 times with each arm before switching sides and repeating again. You should be able to feel this in your abs as well as flexing at other joints throughout your body.*

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Stand on one leg to hang up the Christmas lights.

  • Stand on one leg to hang up the Christmas lights.
  • Practice standing on one leg. You can try this while watching TV or while you are cooking dinner, but it is best if you do it when there are no distractions around so that you can focus on your exercise.
  • Try to stand on one leg for as long as possible without falling down! This will really help strengthen your core muscles and improve balance, which makes it easier for other exercises like jumping jacks or squats later in this workout routine!

You may want to practice with eyes closed at first because then there won’t be any distractions from what’s happening around you – but eventually try doing both eyes open when practicing this technique so that everything looks more natural and natural movements become easier over time!

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It’s important to stay fit during the holidays.

It’s important to stay fit during the holidays, even if you’re tired.

If you’re looking for an easy way to get in shape, try exercising at home with a friend or family member. You can do pushups and sit-ups together, or even play tennis! If you don’t have anyone who wants to join in on your workout, try walking around the block with your dog instead.

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We’ve made it a little easier for you with our recommendations. Try these workouts, find your own favorites, and stay active!

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