Yeah I know.
The mornings are getting cold.
Sure we had a good run while it lasted.
Considering up until last week we’ve had mid 20’s.
Not bad for late May right?
Even the days now are nice once the sun comes out.
So today I thought I’d give you a bit of an outdoor workout if you need to get out and make the most of the winter sunshine.
This’ll hit the spot, especially if you slept in and missed the morning workout you were supposed to get in!
And you can boost that vitamin D intake at the same time.
How can you lose?
For best results – do this workout somewhere with a view
– that’s why I love training at Observatory Hill in the city
and along the bay at Lilyfield when I do the group sessions.
So, let’s give this one a go. It may look simple, but trust me, it will be effective!
1. Walking Lunges x 30 (15 each leg)
2. Sprint back to start
3. Prisoner Squat Push Ups x 15
4. Walking Hovers x 30
Repeat x 4 sets through.
And that’s it.
Like I said, it may look simple but it will hit the spot.
Best yet, it won’t take you more than 20 mins or so to do.
And those Prisoner Squat Push Ups are a pretty damn effective way of getting the heart rate up!
Remember, time is running out if you want to cash in on some DPM freebies.
Cause until the end of May (next Tuesday to be exact),
I’m rewarding anyone who sends a new potential DPMer my way.
You’ll get the hook up with some cool DPM gear.
They don’t have to join for you to get the gear.
Just get them to come to a session at least and I’ll take care of the rest.
Got someone in mind?
Hit reply and let me know who to expect and when they’ll be coming along.
Or get them to drop me an email.
Thanks for spreading the word.
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DPM’s small group and one-on-one training sessions are the perfect solution for the busy woman short on time with handy locations at Observatory Hill and Lilyfield.