The overall goal is to get in 2-3 days of cardio and 2-3 days of weight training.  I'm a big believer in giving yourself a full hour to exercise.  You don't need to be at max heart rate the whole time- just as long as you are moving, stretching, and allowing your body to expend energy is what counts.  

1. Cardio can be a run, a long walk, machines such as the StairMaster, or any of my bodyweight exercises.

2. As for weight training, it doesn't always have to be "heavy!"  Some days you can spend an hour mixing light upper body lifting with heavy lower body. Other days you can do light weighted exercises to tone and also get your heart rate up.  I am a big believer in adding weight to your weekly plan in order to build and maintain lean muscle. 

Lean muscle is what eats and helps keep off fat.  Cardio is just the icing on the cake.  Together, this perfect blend will get you the results you want, as long as you complement it with the right diet!


Cardio and Post-Workout Stretching


 7 Minute Pre-Workout Stretch, 34 Minute Full Body, and 10 Minute Weighted Abs


9 Minute Bodyweight Abs18 Minute Lower Body


Rest or stretch


7 Minute Pre-Workout Stretchwarmup10 Minute Weighted Abs, and Weighted: Lower Body


Fasted Morning Cardio and 8 Minute Bodyweight Abs


Rest or long walk (2-4 miles)
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