10-20-30 Ladder Workout

This is a quick 10 minute cardio workout. When I taught group fitness classes I would use this ascending ladder format often. It goes by fairly fast with the moderately challenging pace.

There are 5 exercises total. Each round is a specific work to rest ratio. Perform each round back to back with no additional rest time added for a 10 minute workout.

Round 1 starts with 10 seconds of jump squats followed by 10 seconds of rest. Immediately after start 10 seconds of plank jacks. Continue on until you finish the skaters. After the 10 second rest start performing 20 seconds of jump squats followed by 20 seconds of rest. The entire workout will be done in 10 minutes.

If you teach group fitness these short segments are great to add into your class. You could also use this as a finisher. Before my first baby was born I was teaching up to 20 group fitness classes a week. That makes me tired now just typing that.

In case you are looking for more group fitness class ideas be on the lookout in the next few weeks. I will be sharing one of my all time favorite group fitness classes that I taught when I worked at Lifetime Fitness.

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30 Minute Treadmill & Upper Body Workout

Last week I programmed this 30 minute workout for my personal training clients. We finished up the session with some mobility work and foam rolling. You could also repeat this if you are wanting a 60 minute workout. I rarely, if ever, anymore workout for 60 minutes ;). But the option is there if you want it.

When you get to the upper body section you will do the first and second exercise listed and then repeat both before moving on. Thanks for reading! And I always love to know what you think if you try a workout from this blog.

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Low Impact Athletic Cardio Workout

Ready to get sweaty? Don’t let the name of this workout fool you. This is a fast paced, low impact, and high intensity workout. Perfect for those early mornings when your family is still sleeping or during your kids afternoon nap when you want to exercise.

If you don’t have gliding discs at home you can still do this workout by using paper plates or dish towels under your feet on either tile or wood floor.

The cardio video will take about 40 minutes. The video below is a follow along workout. You will run through the sequence once and then repeat. Enjoy!

EQUIPMENT NEEDED: Gliding Discs (Affiliate Link), Paper Cups

LENGTH: 40 Minutes

TARGET AREA: Total Body

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