Have you sacrificed your exercise routine after having kids? For most moms and dads the answer is YES. We know that with all of life’s responsibilities, sometimes your own health and well-being takes the backseat. That’s why we put together this full-body park workout for you.
You can watch this full body park workout video, and we’ve also included helpful exercise tips below.
How to Do The Park Workout Circuit
Complete each exercise once and immediately move to the next with a 20 second break in-between. Complete circuit 3-4 times. After completing one round of exercises, have a jog or brisk walk around the playground for extra cardiovascular conditioning.
Plyo Toe Touches
Do 20 total touches (10 each foot)
Begin with both feet planted firmly on the ground about shoulder-width apart. Jump off the ground so your preferred foot lands on the step and the opposite foot lands on the ground. Alternate as needed.
10 in a row for each leg
Start with your feet shoulder-width apart. Push through the heel of your preferred foot as you step onto the bench, bringing your opposite foot into a parallel position so you are standing on the bench. Alternate as needed.
Start facing the bench placing your hands slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. Position your body in a straight line. Lower your body to where your chest is to the edge of the bench by bending your arms. Push your body up until your arms are extended. Repeat as necessary.
Grip the bar slightly wider than shoulder-width and position yourself hanging underneath the bar. Keep your body straight with your arms fully extended and your heels planted on the ground. Pull your chest toward the bar, briefly pause and extend your arms so you are back at the starting position. Repeat as needed.
Hanging Knee Raises
Challenge yourself for tight abs! Do as many as you can!
Grip a monkey bar or pull up bar about shoulder-width apart with an underhand grip. Your arms should be completely extended and your feet off the ground with your body in a straight line. Contract your core as you raise your knees towards your chest, pause briefly and then lower your knees until you reach the starting position. Repeat as needed.
If you have any questions about the exercises in this park workout or any other weight loss or fitness inquires, feel free to drop a comment below or reach out to one of our on-staff Personal Trainers at 800-273-1686 ext. 4 or by email at: WeightLossCoach@PersonalTrainerFood.com
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