s for dropping by to my part of the interwebs and joining me on Day 1 of December. Happy new month to you all!
It seems to me that this time of year comes round quicker and quicker with each passing year, be that due to my age or the simple fact that Christmas adverts are peddling crap to us that we don't need earlier and earlier in the year. BAH HUMBUG!
This year, my first as a fully functioning Personal Trainer in Horsham, has served up numerous challenges and bumps in the road that I'm still navigating around but I feel I'm making good headway into these business issues and most importantly I've got to work with and help some really great people in that time. Long may it continue!
Anyway, enough about me and my personal training business things. What have I got you here for? Well I want to give you something back to say thanks for making the past 4 months such a great experience so every single day in December I'm going to be posting out great content for you to feast on.
I've got blogs on fitness & diet mythbusting, mindset shifts, goal setting & my top tips on a variety of subjects, vlogs about you and your 2016 resolutions (and how to stick to them!!), weekly workouts for you to do at home and bunch of other stuff. It's going to be a crazy crazy crazy few weeks of information that I'm sure you'll enjoy.
The most important thing for me though is that I'm providing the information YOU want. So if you see or hear about things that you want me to include in future posts then you just need to shout and let me know! I'm on Facebook, Twitter (very occassionally), or just send me an email - matt@omifitness. I'd love to talk to you!
First up is a mini-circuit that you can do in your own home with no equipment. This is going to work your lower body and if you push yourself you will be working anaerobically (without oxygen) so you'll burn fuel very quickly.
Each exercise should be performed at maximum intensity for 30 seconds. Take a 30 second break between each exercise and repeat circuit 3 times for beginners, 5 times for intermediate and 10 times for advanced. You'll probably feel some fatigue during the exercises but the important thing is to keep going! Make sure you warm up properly and have a stretch after you've finished your workout!
Lunges (alternate sides)
(Youtube is a great resource for finding examples of these exercises so if you don't know how to do them correctly then check that out!)
Good luck! Here's to a cracking December and a fantastic leadup to Christmas and New Year.