Today I’m sharing the most popular workouts that I’ve shared here on Get Fit Fiona.
It’s that time of year again when everyone is making healthy goals and resolutions. Although that means that the gym is busier than usual, I’m so glad to see more people there.
I thought I’d share some of the most popular workouts that I’ve shared over the years. I know I’m always on the look out for workouts ideas. It’s easy to get stuck in a rut with workouts, going back to your favorite exercises or pieces of equipment. Sometimes getting some inspiration from someone else is just the motivation I need to get myself to the gym in the morning.
As always, you can find all of my workouts on the workouts page. I also have a break down of all my workouts into cardio, upper body, gym, and at home workouts, etc. as well. No matter what you have in mind you’ll be able to find it over there!
I generally share workouts every week on Wednesdays, so be sure to check back here every week for a new workout or add Get Fit Fiona to Feedly or favorite blog reader.
The elliptical is my cardio of choice (it’s low impact with is good for my plantar fasciitis). If you need a workout that’s low impact too, be sure to give this one a try.
This is one of those workouts that’s fun to do when you’re feeling blah about working out. It gets me going and I don’t have to think about what I’m doing because it’s already laid out for me. Plus it’s kind of fun to not know what’s coming next.
I love combining strength training and core workouts. There’s just something about both of them that makes me feel strong.
Although this workout is Christmas themed, it’s a great workout to do at any time of year if you’re looking for a full body workout.
Lower body workouts are probably my very favorite workouts to do, even if I have a hard time going up stairs the next day because I’m sore.
Circuits are fun for me because I don’t get too cored doing 3 or 4 sets of the same exercise all in a row. Constantly switching it up makes it more exciting.
Unlike most people, I like cardio workouts better than strength training ones. As a result, I’m more likely to incorporate strength training if there’s cardio included.
Because it’s January and people are getting back into the gym, I’m including this workout. Walking into the gym for the first time in a few years (or ever) can be intimidating. This workout has some pretty basic exercises along with modifications if they’re needed.
As always, talk to your doctor before beginning to workout. Honor your body and modify these workouts as needed.