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Quick Mum Workouts

Hello Readers,

I hope you are all keeping well and safe during these difficult times, it’s now when we appreciate what we have and enjoy keeping safe and spending time with our little ones. We will never get this time back again even though the cause for this is not great. Having spare time is a wonderful time to start a fitness journey , whether you have never exercised at all or you are a fitness fanatic, now is a great time to appreciate and look after our bodies and souls. Here are some quick workouts idea to stay active during isolation and lockdown.

Bum and Glutes Activation 

Do these for 30 seconds each x2

1. Fire Hydrants to leg extensions
2. Rainbows
3. Plank hip dips
4. Squat walks
5. Leg circles

Quick abs

Do these for 30 seconds each 

1. Cross abs
2. One leg sit up (both legs)
3. Russian twists
4. Full sit up
5. Chrunches
6. Heel taps ( both sides)
7. Bicycles
8. Reverse crunches
9. Leg raised toe touches

These workouts are great to keep active and tone those hard areas.

Love Mamma x 💪


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