What's one of the best ways you can keep yourself accountable with your workouts? PLANNING. Planning out all of your workouts for the week is one of my #1 tips to help you stick to your healthy habits. Picking out the workouts, writing them down, and putting it out there in the world helps you keep your promise to yourself that you'll do the work.
This workout planning is a practice that I do every Sunday. It's also something that I ask my 1:1 coaching clients to do every week. It's time that I share my weekly workout schedule with you in hopes to inspire you and help ease your workout planning every week!
I'm lucky enough to be a part of the Peloton tribe. If you know or follow me, you know how much I freaking love my Peloton bike. My workouts are a mixture of on and off bike content to keep things fresh. Even if you don't own a Peloton bike or treadmill, you can pay for app access (I think it's less than $10/mo!) and do the strength, yoga, meditation, running, barre, stretching workouts that are off the bike or off the tread.
Week of March 15-22, 2021:
Each M, W, F, I take the same full-body strength class. This allows me to measure my progress and get stronger taking the same class 3x a week. You'll work your upper body, lower body, and your core in each of these classes. A killer way to maximize your workouts in a limited amount of time!
I love this class for a few reasons, but mostly it's the playlist and the moves that Adrian programs. I always get an amazing workout with Adrian, and let's be honest...he's not bad to look at, either 😉
Tuesday and Thursday I will take a 45 minute ride on the Peloton bike. Here are the two rides on deck this week:
Cody and Alex are two of my fave instructors. Guaranteed good playlist and a good time.
Make sure you take a warm up & stretch ride before and after each class.
Kendall's rides are always a good challenge for me. Her playlists are fire, and her energy is next level. Love it, and I can't wait to take this 2000's ride!
Sunday, I plan to take a 30-45 minute walk outside. I like to aim for one day a week that's active recovery. I'm still moving my body, but it's not as taxing as lifting weights or a long Peloton ride. I'll get outside, put on a podcast or some tunes, and soak in some much needed sunshine. (Bonus points if you get your family to join you - pics below from one of our last family walks out on the greenway).
Let me know if you'd like to see more workout plans like this every Sunday! What platforms or types of workouts would you like to see more of?
If you take any of these workouts, post to Instagram and tag me (@TheFitLifewithJessica) to let me know you liked it!
Now, go get after it, girl!
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