Let's be honest, workout wear is actually worn 10-20% of the time for actual workouts, haha. We have all done this because it is so comfy and easy. We will wear workout clothes straight from the gym to errand or meetings most of the week, unless we are shooting blog pictures. Of course, there are certain workout pieces that are more acceptable to wear out an about (i.e.: brunch, meetings, etc.) than your typical mismatched baggy workout outfit. These moto leggings are one of our favorites because they can be worn to the gym, but really, can be worn with so many regular tops and sweaters for an everyday look.
It is Wednesday, so you know that means it is a workout post today! Since we shared our daily eats plan in last week's post, we are going to be sharing another downloadable workout for y'all! In case you missed they first one, you can check it out in this post. Each day (workout) is split into a muscle group with rep amounts, set amounts, and weight amounts. We also are giving a few tips as well. This workout schedule is available for download for $10. It is exactly what we will be doing this week, and you could always re-use this plan for other weeks, and mix and match them.
Happy Wednesday, y’all! In case you missed the first couple posts of this workout series we started this year, you can check out some of them here and here! Below, you will find videos, several of our workouts from the week, as well as a breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipe that we have tried or are planning on making this week!
As far as cardio goes,we will do anywhere from 30-45 minutes of cardio, usually on the stair master, followed by weight training (each muscle group a different day). Every body is different, and you definitely don’t need to do that much cardio each day, just whatever you feel up to, or feel like you can handle at this time! We used to do ZERO, so just find what works best for you!
We have been getting a lot of questions as far as what our cardio is, so we decided to put together a great cardio routine for you all to try. We usually will do steady-state, meaning the same level the whole time, but interval training is actually better for you!