I see it all the time, people start a workout routine and a month later they fall off track.  Have you ever done this? 

Me too!  

The reason why is because it is not realistic!  It is too difficult, too hard, and honestly not fun. 

Only 10 minutes!

I am breaking all the barriers!  I love making workouts fun and effective because time is precious. 

 This full body workout can be done in just 10 minutes, and if you feel good after one round, then go ahead and do two to four more rounds for a complete workout. 

If you are a beginner, start off with doing five repetitions per exericse.

How to do each exercise

1. Flamingoes or Good Mornings:  Balance on leg and slowly lean forward.  You may leave your arms spread wide out for extra balance or touch the ground with the opposite hand.  Aim for 10 reps. 

2. Side Planks: With your elbow directly underneath your shoulder, hold your body with booty elevated. You may hold for 30 seconds, or you may lift your upper leg for 10 reps.  Feel free to go on your knee and lift your top leg for a modified version. 

3. V-Sit with 5 & 7 o’clock heel taps: At a 45-degree angle sit slightly back and hold your core in this position as you move your heel to the side.  Think of your body as a clock and move your foot to a slight angle, like you are moving your right foot to a 5 o’clock and your left food to 7 o’clock.  Aim for a total of 10 reps. 

4. Beginner to Full Push-Up:  This move breaks down a full push-up so you can perform it more effectively and get stronger to do a full push-up.  Start in a plank on your toes. Come all the way down to the ground. Push yourself up on your knees and then onto your toes.  Complete this for 10 reps. 

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