30 day fat-burning home workout challenge – Day Two
Posted February 25, 2020
Your fat burning, calorie torching, full body, 30-day home-workout challenge is here with celebrity PT Svava Sigbertsdottir aka The Viking Method. Are you ready for day two? Let’s do this
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Welcome back to our home workout series as we continue into day two.
For today’s workout the only equipment we will use today is a washcloth. Yes, that’s it. So, grab your washcloth and let’s get started.
Whether you’re a beginner or advanced we have alternates for each exercise so you that you can make the most out of this workout no matter you level.
Ready to burn those calories?
10 minutes, five moves, two sets.
Perform each of the five moves for 40 seconds, followed by 20 seconds rest.
Move #1 Lateral squat jumps
Move #2 Side walk high planks
Move #3 Lunges side to side of tea towel (left leg)
Move #4 Lunges alternative leg
Move #5 Plank tea towel slides
Repeat once more. You got this!
We have enlisted Celebrity personal trainer Svava Sigbertsdottir, creator of The Viking Method is about to take us all on a 30 day workout challenge journey that has been created with you and your busy lives in mind.
Svava will be guiding us through challenging moves that burn the fat and strengthen the core, think burpees, squats, walking planks, bunny hops, kicks and core rotation.
Head Viking Svava is the perfect person to take you on this challenge with her no-nonsense approach to fitness that delivers the results you are looking for in the simplest way possible.
Plus, Svava is a big fan of home workouts herself, take a look at her Instagram @thevikingmethod
Oh and she’s helped sculpt the bodies of Nicole Scherzinger and Amanda Holden – so she’s one to listen to…
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