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Hello everyone! I hope you all had a lovely weekend. Mine was pretty busy. My husband and I went with a couple of friends to see Cirque du Soleil Crystal (which was amazing!), then on Saturday we hosted a game night at our house, which involved a lot of cleaning, a lot of cooking (two new recipes coming soon!), and a lot of fun. Then Sunday we saw Black Panther (go see it!) and I spent the rest of the day finishing homework. Busy busy, and I’m ready for another good week! Are you ready to start out a new week?
So today’s workout is all about arms! Since I had surgery on my wrist in November, I am still unable to do push-ups, or lift anything too heavy. But I still wanted to get some arm exercises in and do something to keep my arms in shape. So today I am sharing with you one of the arm routines I have been doing lately while my wrist is still healing. I started out by doing these exercises with water bottles because that’s all I could handle at the time, and slowly graduated to using 2.5 pound weights. You can use whatever equipment you’d like to for these exercises, weights, water bottles, cans of soup, etc. I hope you enjoy!
The HomeWOD videos (Home Workout Of the Day) are a series of high-intensity workouts that can be performed at home with little to no equipment. Every so often, there might be equipment such as dumbbells or a jump-rope, but there will always be substitutions if you do not already have the equipment. I designed these workouts for busy adults who may not be able to make it to the gym, or are traveling. My goal is to provide you with workout options that can be performed almost anywhere.
Remember to warm up or stretch before jumping into the workout, and make sure you are listening to your body. These workouts are designed to be somewhat challenging and you are meant to push yourself, but if any movement causes any abnormal pain or discomfort, stop. Be safe, stay hydrated, go at your own pace, and have fun!