13 Energizing Workouts To Test Today


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I did not learn about this until recently. It developed out of advice from a friend and personal experimentation. My friend advised me to try doing workouts 5-7 days per week and do isolation exercises (because it was low-hanging fruit). So I did that.

However, his workouts were around 35-75 minutes (total overkill, in my opinion). Try These Fun and Energizing Workouts. Posted Sep 19, 2018 | by Bolt PR. The XBAR will make traditional workouts fun again. Exercising with free weights can be enjoyable and effective. In order to execute a decent workout though, you’re pretty much required to purchase several kettlebells and dumbbells.

Fans of free weight exercises are fans. Tone It Up. The number one thing that starts our day right is making sure we move our bodies first thing in the morning.

When we kick off our day with a workout, it guarantees that we feel more alert, energized, and ready to take on whatever comes our way.We especially love high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts in the morning because they’re quick to. Today I’m sharing my 6 favourite energizing workouts. If you do these first thing in the morning, TRUST ME, you will feel amazing.

They give you a ton of energy for your day ahead. I feel like people use the word ‘balance’ a lot lately. I’m definitely one of those people. But, I don’t go around using it carelessly. This 14-pose energizing yoga routine is perfect for waking up your mind and body—and sneaking in a lil bit of morning exercise—all without disrupting your a.m. routine.

Plus, it’ll help you start your day in a de-stressed state and potentially promote better that night. Morning workouts are an excellent way to wake yourself up, and this 7 minute workout will help add that extra boost to your day. The routine, designed by Kit Rich, an L.A.-based trainer and Lucy. HIIT involves “short stints of exercise that keep your heart rate up with little rest in between each move, torching a ton of calories when you’re short on time,” says Jami Rogenski, personal trainer and HIIT group training instructor at Sweat Garage in Los Angeles. “You can knock out a 10-minute sweat session anywhere, without any equipment — just using your body. Just a couple minutes at the beginning of your day and you’ll feel ready to take on whatever comes your way!

Workout One. Jumping Jacks – 60 seconds. Body-Weight Squats – 30 seconds. Plank – 60 seconds. Mountain Climbers – 30 seconds.

Rest 30 seconds. Workout Two. Russian Twist – 30 reps.

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Just because you can do a triceps push down with 15 poundson Monday doesn’t mean you’ll be able to do it on Wednesday.

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Like any good workout, it wouldn’t be good to overdo it the first time out…or can it be overdone?

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I’m going to propose something very radical: You’re going to train just twice a week but forbid yourself to skip either of those two workouts.

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But in subsequent weeks, as your body catches on to your new regimen, you should increase burn bursts until you can do 10 to 12 in a session.

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You want to do these at least once per week, assuming they are included in the program (not everyone can or should do all of these lifts).

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If only one, use the Wednesday workOut.

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In strength work, a simple starting program such as the Key Three19,24 allows a basic whole-body strength workout to be completed in less than 10 minutes (Fig. 88-2).

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Nausea, intense muscular burning and fatigue are going to be your new friends on these workouts.

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Next week when you revisit this workout on Week Three, Day 17, you’ll try and beat the number of reps you did the previous week.

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It would be better for your body to do 5 perfect dips than to do 50 sloppy ones.

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  • Hey Heather.. Namaste from India ���� It’s amazing workout. Loved it. Can u plz tell me that how many times a week should I do this workout��? Thanks in advance.

  • I Don t Like workouts that Don t fit the muaic you uses.. specially the First Song and your exersises didn t Work the same… In the Most tiabata Videos it seems to bei different…

  • @heatherrobertson I thoroughly enjoy doing your workouts. Will very soon go the next level. In 1 week I have already lost 4 plus inches! And…I dont take any pauses right from day 1!!����

  • I do this workout twice, back to back, 2 times a week for a month. Then, I switch to one of her other workouts for a month. So far so good! Mahalo, Heather.

  • Quite a good video, but each exercise should’ve been kept for 3 sets each! Doing it for 4 times gets a bit boring naturally! Otherwise, perfect!

  • I would love to know how you filmed this with the timer and music. I’d like to make videos myself for my community but have no idea how to execute a professional video like this.

  • I feel really good after this which is my first Tabata workout, and breaking all the myths that says like “you have to workout for 1hr or 2hrs” which I failed in not working arms. I feel really good after this workout, and am greatefull for that!!! ❤️♥️❤️

  • You are my new favorite fitness channel. I teach dance and group fitness and I have to say, you are EVERYTHING for me. I often find workouts that don’t assess accurately for recovery time, or present workouts that are too easy/too hard. You look and ARE so strong, and to me that is so heroic. Your arms give me confidence in my own “manly” arms. I’m a fairly fit 25 year old, and these workouts, are challenging and fun. I feel that you are honest, humble and credible which means a lot to me. I never comment on YouTube videos, and I genuinely feel that I have to right now. I went into this one expecting to not break a sweat, but I am definitely sweaty. Thank you so much for your content and flexibility in programming. Looking forward to more.:)

  • I love all of Heather’s body and abb workouts. Very well explained with what exercise is coming next so you are prepared and the 10 second rest periods are awesome. Much better than the other tabata workouts.

  • Thank you so much!I like Tabata workouts so much,and every time I’m dying��Sometimes I change the exercise to another one to diversify,but always use your video��

  • Wha…watching this, im like ya, no problem LOL! and then I just tried it and holy mother! i missed 1 round, near the end, but otherwise great workout for sure!! Thank you Heather.

  • Thank you for this workout����! I love it cus it keeps my heart pumping so fast until the end, unlike my previous routine that comprises 10 exercises and done in 2 rounds. Although it starts intense, it diminishes the intensity as the list go down. But this, to me, is perfect for a generally busy person who wants to make sure he/she does a hiit workout/a good workout even for just 10 minutes or so everyday. ����

  • I slept really badly last night. Did not have any motivation this morning but ‘The Studio’ videos always lift me up. Thank you, feel so much better now ��

  • I know the best workouts are the ones you start to hate while you’re doing it!! Loved it a lot, hated it a little but LOVED it enough to save to a playlist and do often!! Thanks!

  • This was so amazing!! Heather you are helping this military spouse stay sane and in shape while hubby is deployed. I appreciate you!! Namaste ������

  • Thank you so much for this 30 day challenge. I am truly loving this as Im now teaching from home. You have just the right pace, great energy and positive attitude.
    3 things Im grateful for; family, a wonderful career and YOU for being amazing to help us through this pandemic with daily exercises and meditations. Thank you!!

  • thanks again for an amazing start to the day, beautiful location, gentle guidance and always inspiring closing thought. your gifts enrich my life. namaste.

  • This yoga practice is incredibly invigorative and energizing! I’m incredibly grateful to you, Caley, for this magical class! See you on the mat! Namaste����

  • Caley, just started doing you meditation challenge because I an not great at it. Today’s flow was much needed. I had my husband watch and correct my posture during different poses. Thighs hurt and am eternally grateful for your smile, energy, and encouragement. After the week I had I need Alo and the challenges this weekend. Thank you Caley and All! Always and forever for changing my life Alo! ��������

  • Goodness! I thought I was going to lose my breath there, but I did it and enjoyed the breathing techniques, stirred my energy… now, how to go to bed and get some sleep with all that energy inside is what I should think about…grateful here! Almost halfway there, yay!

  • Awesome class! I really appreciate all the hamstring strengthening poses, I find that a lot of yoga classes focus solely on increasing hamstring flexibility without enough attention paid to engaging the hamstring muscle, (I’m currently dealing with an injury related to this) so I love learning new poses that help strengthen and heal my body. Thank you so much for this class!

  • Really feeling energized after that!! This was challenging, but also really fun! Those yogi squats really got me sweating!! Thanks!

  • Great class! I feel energized, sweaty and like i need to work on my malasana squat and breath of fire. Doing them Slower as Caley suggested to another yogi makes a big difference.

  • Great workout, Caley! These energy workouts are fantastic. I enjoy how creative you are and how energetic, friendly and encouraging you are. You look like you are enjoying yourself and it makes more enjoyable for us. Looking forward to the next one!

  • I’m grateful for the health of my family and myself, for the ability I have to better my body and for this yoga session which truly helped me relax

  • I love how detailed Caley’s instructions were! �� The fact that I can complete this energizing workout without having to constantly look up at the video is perfect!!! ✨��✨

  • Absolutely love all of Caley’s classes! She always brings such a positive and fun energy to some unique moves. I was feeling a little tight in my hamstrings and inner thighs from a previous workout so I couldn’t go as deep into some of the moves but it was a great reminder of where I need to stretch!

  • Practiced this yesterday loved the moderate pace and intensity. To my surprise, I woke up with a little bit of muscle sourness in the lower body which is GREAT!

  • Amazing class!! I am sooo sweaty right now and feel very energized! I loved this flow along with Caleys energy and soothing voice! Namaste!

  • This class was soo energizing my heart is pounding so fast! I think these are really great workouts to build your strength and also get more flexible!

  • There was something sort of poetic about taking the brief child’s pose just before the final flurry of activity. It was (pun vehemently unintended) very moving. Thanks for posting this video.

  • Thank you for the wonderful practices!! I am enjoying the journey! From Moncton, NB, Canada where spring is just beginning and I everyone around me is happy and loving the temperature getting warmer and the trees budding. It’s a great time of year here,and I am happy that I am able to have you guide me through this yoga series at this time. Namaste

  • Done everyday so far and nothing bad to say about any. All instructors r great and today was by far THE most energizing of energize week. Calvin’s “slightly bent” limbs last week was new/refreshing and fun to try and worked my muscles so much more. Josh adding activity into the poses-like pulsing-was fun and woke up my muscles. Today was great w/moving then holding using muscle. Adding new ways or adding something a lil different to poses u do over and over/time and time again is what I look for and u guys r killing it!

  • WOW WOW WOW! I did a lot of things I’ve never done before in that video!
    I will totally be incorporating those gorilla squats into my inversion lessons! Those were awesome!
    Thank you Caley and Alo!

  • I’m grateful that I’m alive. Grateful I can control my emotions. Grateful for my mother’s health. Thank you holly for this awesome yoga workout

  • For sure need to work on breath of fire. Do you have any tips? I just feel like I am breathing in/out rapidly with minimal abdominal movement. Class was amazing again, Caley! Thank you and Alo!

  • Great practice and extremely energizing. I feel ready to go right into another video:) and am probably going to do just that. Breath of fire while in plank is amazing and definitely something i’m adding to my core workouts. ALSO favorite part was working into scorpion dancer without forcing or use of strap and just using my muscles. Its a pose ive been working on and i think that exercise will help me tremendously! Thanks again Caley, Namaste

  • Is there anyone else or just me…! Who stops at the Round 4 and starts commenting… With lots of sweat… Without Ac or fan… I think I’ve lost 1 pound of weight ����

  • that was a tough one!!! I skipped a day yesterday, and I think it definitely affected my flow today. I think I will do the relaxing one tonight so I can catch up! Round 2 I want to be more consistent!

  • This practice allowed my to open up my root chakra! I’ve been working towards this for a long time and finally felt some release ❤ Thank you Lesley for the pathway that lead me to this opportunity. I appreciate your hard work! Thank you, Namaste ��

  • great one! I’m feeling energized and tired at the same time! This one was a struggle for me but I loved it. As always thank you for the wonderful series!:)

  • I don’t normally enjoy yoga, so initially, when I saw this was the workout today, I was dreading it. But then we got started and I absolutely LOVED it! Thank you, Holly, for helping me find the style of yoga that I can enjoy; grateful for you today!

  • Leslie, I am extremely grateful for your videos, I practice with you every day!! However, there are two things that really annoy me: First of all, the squeaky door. I don’t know if you have addressed the issue by now (as this video is from 2015), but I did another one of your videos yesterday and the squeaky door made its appearance as well (I remember hearing it in a third video too). It only takes a few minutes to fix 😉 Secondly, and more importantly, the fact that you always get your left and right mixed up. This really bothers me and I know that this is still an issue for you in 2018. I understand that it is difficult for some people to get that straight, so my suggestion and request would be that you use other terms instead of “left” and “right”, for example: “the top/bottom hand/leg”, “the front/back x”, “the other/same x”. That way you would avoid having to think whether it is the left/right limb you are talking about but the message would come across fine!! I hope you will not get offended by this comment but that you will take it as constructive criticism from a big big fan of yours <3<3 Thank you!!

  • This was exactly what I needed today! I was so reluctant to do a big workout! Had just done a 10km hike and was feeling VERY achy!!

  • I’m really really grateful for your workout videos Holly! Loved your yoga routineI hadn’t really tried yoga before, but I loved doing it with you today! ����

  • somewhere in the middle during the pulsing to stand position I legit almost passed out. Not sure if it was the combination of controlled breathing/bending over/standing but it was the craziest sensation! Don’t worry, I may be out of shape but I’m a RN so I’m aware of my body and I was being extremely careful when I felt dizzy and took precautions in case I fell over. I’ve always suffered from orthostatic hypotension so I will be more careful and aware when doing that particular move. See you tomorrow!

  • I am grateful for this forced stay at home in a way cos it took this to make me really challenge my body which I have been doing for the past few days and it feel amazing. Also, I am grateful for life and good health.

  • Enough for today! 11, 12, 13 are perfect together! Meal plan is great! The whole family is happy about is and my kids love the protein balls!!! ♥️

  • I started a month late on this series but I’m so glad I’ve made it to day 13! Also I’ve never enjoyed yoga in my life but this was the most peaceful, comfortable, and fun yoga routine I’ve ever done!

  • EDIT: Where is the link to the pictures with the exercises?
    EDIT2: I found it when searching the runtastic blog, I think. https://www.runtastic.com/blog/en/nutrition-wellness/start-your-day-right-morning-routine/

    Those are good and very doable movements. I am going to do this sometimes.

  • this was tough..but I stayed true to my intentions, to do as well as I could while respecting my body. My chaturangas are so much easier now, downdog means relax for me, and I can see so much progress since I started. Thank you, Leslie, I love these classes!

  • this was exactly what I needed I just did an 15 minute fat burning work out and it’s 07:33 in the morning in the Netherlands so this was the best way to releax a little bit before I’m going to do some schoolwork thank you Holly today I’m thankful for the health of everybody around me, that I’m able to this challenge and that i have really good friends who help me when i need them

  • I’m so stiff. My joints dont wanna bend. Guess I need to do yoga every day. I did some back relief yoga exercises a while ago and that helped me some. Never done warrior before btw. Tnx for a great yoga session ^^

  • so glad i found your channel,i normally stick to the same workouts on rotation, this challenge has added some variety to my routine and made me try things i normally wouldnt click on and im loving it..thanks!!!