Tweak Your Core Anytime

You’ll go through the following circuit of exercises 2 times. In total this workout will take you 12 minutes.

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Don’t Dismiss This! Especially if You Travel!

I don’t know about you, but sometimes life gets in the way for a while, and your routine gets derailed for a day. For instance, I had a wedding to attend last weekend and felt off-kilter even tho I had made accommodations to my workout in advance. I could have seen myself doing something like this in my hotel room to tighten things up and get a little physiological lift after cheating a couple of bites of wedding cake.

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I swear I’m not purposely being gimmicky with this workout. The other week I just really wanted to do a quick core workout while watching Netflix on my couch. Don’t judge me—you try teaching six megaformer classes in a day with the first starting at 6AM and the last ending at 8:15PM. Trust me, you’d want to workout on your couch, too.

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It was perfect for doing at the end of a long day: challenging without being sweaty, and pretty mindless if you set an interval timer to beep at you when it’s time to switch it up.

Core Couch Workout

Equipment I Used:

  • 6-lb medicine ball (you can use any weight, dumbbell or just your bodyweight)
  • Gymboss Interval Timer
  • My couch (a stepper or bench would work, too)

Set an interval timer for 18 rounds of 30 seconds of work and 10 seconds of rest. You’ll go through the following circuit of exercises 2 times. In total this workout will take you 12 minutes. Want it to be more challenging? Go through for a third round.

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