Everyday at boot camp, the routines are different. Each day works out a different part of your body and every workout includes cardio and weight training so you get the best workout you possibly can.
One thing my trainers have been doing that has honestly been kicking my ass is what they like to call ’30, 60, 90’…Let me explain.
This routine can consist of a few different ‘stations’ or workouts that you rotate from throughout your hour workout. For example, let’s say station 1 or part 1 is Mountain Climbers and Bicep Curls…this is what you do:
1st: 30 seconds of Mountain Climbers followed by 90 seconds of Bicep Curls
2nd: 60 seconds of Mountain Climbers followed by 60 seconds of Bicep Curls
3rd: 90 seconds of Mountain Climbers followed by 30 seconds of Bicep Curls
Catch my drift? Follow this routine for 4-6 ‘stations’ or ‘parts’ and you will be dripping in sweat.
The key to this workout is to make sure each ‘station’ or ‘part’ has a cardio aspect and a weight training aspect, this way it keeps your heart rate up the entire workout….a high heart rate means more calories burned!
In honor of ‘Workout Wednesday’ I’m sharing with you one of my must have gym essentials, Active by Old Navy clothing. While I love Under Armour and Lululemon but, for a girl on a budget, it’s a bit crazy to splurge on gym clothes like that. After all we wear them just work up a sweat in, right?
Active by Old Navy has everything from sweats, to sports bras to yoga gear and everything in between. Old Navy can now be your one stop shop for cute clothes to wear by day and gym gear to rock at the yoga studio or during that early morning run!
In my case, I wear my Old Navy Active to boot camp, a workout routine I’ve become somewhat obsessed with. While boot camps have been around for a while, they are becoming an even bigger trend and I see exactly why…in a single one hour session you get your cardio, weight and resistance training in, and it’ll leave you dripping in sweat. It’s the perfect routine for a busy girl on the go like myself!
If your from LI try joining my boot camp! The trainers are great and they are even on Groupon so you can get a feel for the place and workouts before fully committing!