Tonight’s workout is focused on tightening your tummy and your tush! I went through it twice, and I definitely found some of the ab moves very challenging today. I followed my workout with a run at a comfortable talking pace on the treadmill for 30 minutes.
I will be writing a post about my cardio in more detail, so be sure to check back for that!
I am also giving you guys a peek into my lunch box. It’s shouldn’t be any surprise because I shared my meal prep with you in Abs Are Made in the Kitchen: Meal Prep. For lunch today I had my baked veggies (asparagus, zucchini and grape tomatoes), a sweet potato, baked chicken over fresh baby spinach, with butternut squash, cranberries, onion, and walnuts.
For a mid morning snack (about 3 hours after breakfast, and 3 hours before lunch time) I had an egg sandwich on 100% wheat thin bread, with hummus and baby spinach, and some red grapes.
I was hungry again when I got home (about 3-4 hours after lunch) so I had a Green Smoothie, and a piece of 70% dark chocolate. My breakfast this morning was oatmeal, with some chopped walnuts.
Now it’s time to cook dinner! I will be sure to take a picture and share it on my facebook page.
Enjoy the workout!
Beginner: 10 reps
Intermediate: 15 reps
Advanced: 20 reps
1. Heel Tap Squat Jump
2. 1 Leg Side Lift (right)
3. 1 Leg Side Lift (left)
4. Table Crunch
5. Rock the Boat Pose
6. Heel Press Plank (right)
7. Heel Press Plank (left)
8. Twisting Situp
9. Crunch Tap
10. Side Step Reverse Plank (Reverse Windshield Wiper Plank)
2 thoughts on “Tight Tush and Tummy Workout”
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Hi, Melissa! Wow, another workout! Since today I had more time in the morning, I did this after a 20-minute HIIT workout focused on my arms. So, I only did one round of this “Tight Tush and Tummy” one.
I found the “Rock the boat pose” the most challenging. I just couldnt my legs to the sides… But little by little.
Cant wait for tomorrow’s challenge! 🙂