• Fitmas Challenge: Shoulders + Chest (W4D5)

    Burn out doesn’t begin to describe how I felt after finishing this workout. My approach behind this workout was that we would start with a more traditional weight training workouts: 3…

  • Fitmas Challenge: Cardio + Core (W4D4)

    I love a bodyweight cardio workout that doesn’t require any equipment. I feel like I’m always telling you “you’ll like this workout” haha but I really think you’ll enjoy today’s cardio…

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    Cheeseburger Mini Muffins Recipe

    These Cheeseburger Mini Muffins are so fun to make and eat. I always gravitate towards meals that allow me to feel like I’m indulging but really I’m not lol. I like…

  • Fitmas Challenge: Legs + Glutes (W4D3)

    On days I include the Video Workout Plan, I receive 50+ emails and messages saying how difficult it was. #SorryNotSorry but I actually like getting those and I’m sure today will…

  • Fitmas Challenge: “Pull” (W4D2)

    Yesterday was push and today is pull. A pull style training day now contains “pulling movements” which are exercises that primarily target the back, biceps and rear delts. Because this workout…

  • Fitmas Challenge: “Push” (W4D1)

    Happy Monday! Here is today’s workout that follows the push/pull training split you know I love. A push workout is one that incorporates “pushing” movements. These exercises are lumped together because…

  • THE BEST MONDAY MOTIVATION

    Ready to get your mind right and have an amazing day? Awhile back, I began a blog post series called “Monday Mindset Motivation.” I never knew it would be as big…

  • Fitmas Challenge: Week 4 Fitness Schedule

    The Christmas countdown is on! Fitmas is in full force. Let’s try our best to stick to the fitness schedule below and make nutrition a priority this week. My one piece…

  • Fitmas Challenge: Biceps + Triceps (W3D5)

    Let’s end the week with a weighted arm workout. I put high plank movements in between every bicep and tricep exercises in the circuits below. It kept tension on the arm…