Hey there! Welcome to my program. I'm a NASM Personal Trainer + ACE Health Coach based in Atlanta, GA and I focus on all aspects of fitness, wellness and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. On this platform, we will focus mostly on the fitness side of things, however, additional wellness and lifestyle resources are located on my website if interested. As a member here, you will see a variety of workouts - HIIT, strength, stability, core, lower body, upper body, total body, and so much more. I look forward to being a part of your personal goals! Remember to challenge yourself, be patient with the process and take it one day at time - progress, not perfection.
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There will be four new workouts provided at the beginning of each week. All four will be available to you for the entire week but will expire on Sunday night to reset with new ones. You are in control of what days you want to do them, however, I encourage being as consistent as possible to keep you on track. Rest or train however you like on the other days of the week. I personally recommend at least 1-2 rest days or active recovery days (walking, biking, yoga, etc), to give your body time to reset.
What type of workouts are there?
You will see a combination of both HIIT and circuit training, combined with strength and compound movements, to help you get stronger and build endurance, while also challenging yourself along the way. Remember, challenge equals change! Getting outside of your comfort zone is a good thing. All workouts are attainable for any fitness level and can either be modified or challenged according to your personal needs.
What is the format of the workouts?
Throughout the program, interval training will be the main focus, but each workout will be completely different than the last. Interval training is known to be the best way to maximize cardiovascular benefits and keep your heart rate up! For example, in one format, you might “work” for 40 seconds, “rest” for 20 seconds and complete a set number of rounds. In another format, you might see “AMRAP” – that simply means “As Many Rounds As Possible,” meaning you complete as many rounds of the exercises as you can in a certain period of time. Regardless of the format, make sure to push yourself (especially in those final few seconds or reps) and take extra recovery if needed.
How long are the workouts?
The workouts will vary between 35 minutes - 1 hour, depending on the daily formatting and how quickly you get through. This provides a great variety for those days when you need a quick sweat or those days where you have a little bit more time to invest. Want a longer workout? Add another round of work or pick a circuit from a previous day to add on!
What equipment is needed?
With the variety of programming provided, some workouts will require basic equipment (dumbbells, resistance bands, etc) while others won’t require any. Regardless of your situation, the workouts can easily be altered to accommodate whatever equipment you have access to. If the movement doesn’t require equipment but you have some at home, don’t be afraid to add it in! On the contrary, if the movement does require equipment but you don’t have any, bodyweight is just as effective. Don’t hesitate to get creative!