Ireland is under attack. There are weather alerts all over the place and the whole country seems to have come to a standstill.
We are living on bread and milk (if the shop shelves are anything to go by) and the local dealers can be seen selling high grade Pat the Bakers and semi skimmed milk by the ounce. There also seems to have been a dramatic drop in the number of people with Gluten intolerances, as bread sales soar.
The country has come to a halt and everyone is on one gigantic snow day.
The downside to this is, you can’t get your training in, and with all the bread you are eating, you will want to be doing something with all the carbs you are eating.
There are loads of free training programs on the internet. There are thousands of home workout DVD’s that you can chose from. The problem with some of these, is there is no structure to them.
Some of them are 10 or 15 min workouts, and while this may seem good, it won’t be enough in the long term to give you any visible results, no matter what the advertisements may tell you.
I have laid out 2 separate workouts for you to try.
(If you are unsure on how to do any you can find them at my YouTube Channel here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8WNi_V_h9uhElnjTr7DjRw)
There is an A workout and a B workout and they can both be done from home with minimal equipment.
You can do workout A today and then workout B a few days later if we are still under a blanket of snow.
These are just 2 of the workouts from my Lean in 2018 Home workout.
Over the 12 weeks, you get 3 months of training and they progress so you get real results and also get fitter along the way.
You can find out more through the link below:
How the workouts work is as follows:
For Round 1, you are doing squats, Press ups and Jumping Jacks.
The time for each exercise is 40 seconds, the number of sets is 3, and your rest is shown as 10, 10, 60.
What this means:
Squat for 40 seconds (Using good technique)
Take 10 seconds to get into position for the press up.
Press ups for 40 seconds (Using good technique)
Take 10 seconds to get into position for the Jumping Jacks
Jumping Jacks for 40 seconds, (as fast as you can)
Take 60 seconds rest and then repeat this process 2 more times to make 3 sets.
Take 2 minutes rest and then move onto Round 2 and follow the same process.
This follows through for each week and only the amount of exercises change.