Wednesday Workout Blog Hop {with Linky} #8

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This is a workout blog hop for Wednesdays! You will receive workout tips, exercise ideas and healthy food ideas from  ,  & , plus work on your followers!!! Fitness and Health doesn’t have to be boring or hard. It can be fun and enjoyable. Fitness is my life and I totally love it. I am a certified group fitness instructor through {NETA}. I teach 20 fitness classes a week and love every minute of it. 

HERE ARE THE RULES; Wait There Are NO Rules:

1. Follow , &
2. Leave us a comment letting us know you follow so we can follow back.
3. Grab our button and post it up on your blog, linking back to our hop.
Leave your linky down below.
Tell us your favorite exercise and why?
Follow as many blogs as you like
And Have Fun!!!


Here is your Wednesday Workout Exercise:

 Pick Up Sticks

What you’ll need:
 A mat
Targets: Abs, , hips, and quads

  • Stand with feet hip-width apart, arms by sides.
  • Lunge forward with right leg, bending right knee 90 degrees, left leg extended behind you, and reach right hand to ground beside right foot.
  • Return to start, switch sides and repeat. MAKE IT HARDER: Jump up between lunges and switch legs in midair to alternate sides or take shorter steps and lunge faster.
  • Do 10 reps per leg

This is a zero-equipment, no sneakers required, all energy-boosting cardio workout that tones from head to toe.

Its time to get those legs back into shape for Spring!!!

REMEMBER TO 
Eat a post-exercise snack

Ideally, you should have used most of your stored glycogen to finish your workout. You now have a window between 15 minutes and one hour after exercise when your body is at its peak to absorb nutrients (up to four times better than at any other time)
. You want to eat a small snack during this period that is four parts carbohydrates to one part protein. The high carb content is because your body wants to replenish its glycogen stores as quickly as possible. This will speed up your recovery and make you less sore. A little protein kick starts muscle resynthesis as well. Keep this meal very light, under 300 calories, and it should allow you to recover and keep you from getting hungry until you eat a proper meal, two to three hours later.

My Fitness World Zumba Instructor

Comments

  1. 9
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    Work it out now following
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  2. 10
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    Just found your blog and love it! What a great idea. I'm a new follower and look forward to reading your fitness tips in the future.
    Total Comment by Jenn: 1

  3. 11
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    new follower! Thanks for linking up to the Whistling Wednesday blog hop! I love your blog- what a great idea! :)
    Total Comments by Chase: 2

  4. 12
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    I love your picture and I LOVE LOVE LOVE Zumba! :)

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and grabbing our Slim Me Down Button!. For some reason, googles acting funny and won't let me follow your blog but I'll be back to try again for sure! Looking forward to checking out your blog!

    Now I gotta go figure out dinner and ready for my zumba class! :)
    Total Comment by Jenerally Speaking: 1

  5. 13
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    I am a new follower. I just finished my first half marathon and I am planning on doing my second in June.
    Total Comments by Mrs G: 314

  6. 14
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    I'm a new follower!!!
    I have been running for a little over a year.
    I just completed my 2nd half marathon.
    LOVE IT!
    Love this blog idea!
    Total Comments by fleming Fab 5: 314

  7. 15
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    I love walking, walking, walking!

    Total Comments by Momma Teri: 2

  8. 16
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    Great idea!

    New follower!
    Total Comment by Ellie: 1

  9. 17
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    Just wanted to pop by and say thanks for linking up on the Mystery Post Blog Hop on MommyDsKitchen.com this week!
    Total Comments by Mommy D: 314

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