Holiday Gut Buster - Ride

Strength & Cardio Workouts to Burn Off All of Those Extra Holiday Treats

Did you know the average person gains 7 to 10 pounds over the holidays? Join our 3-Day Holiday Gut Buster workouts to burn off all of those extra holiday treats. Each day combines strength and cardio exercises to give you a complete workout. By joining this workout program, 3-days of cardio workouts will be sent to your schedule. Follow the daily workout instructions below on incorporating the strength workouts. Stay fit for the holidays! Circuit Training Circuit training is a great way to burn off those extra holiday calories. You will combine strength, cardio, abs, and balance to burn off those extra Christmas pounds! Circuit training combines strength and cardio workouts. Throughout this workout you will alternate from your exercise bike to various strength workouts. Follow the workout order below and enjoy your workout! Repeat if you went back for seconds on pie! Hill/Incline Day Hill training and incline training yield an increase in muscle activation. Research proves that the higher the incline, the more muscle activation you will have. The more muscle you activate, the more calories you'll burn! Incline/Hill training is a powerful tool for fat loss, muscular activation, and heart training! Complete the cardio workout for Day 2 on your exercise bike. After completing the cardio workout, immediately begin the strength workouts listed below. Distance There is a huge myth out there that if you do a ton of ab exercises you will get a six pack. WRONG! The truth is, ab exercises will help strengthen the abdominals, but if you want to uncover them, you will have to include cardio training and smart nutrition. 100 sit-ups every night is not the answer to a visual six-pack. The combination of Cardio, good nutrition and abdominal exercises will lead you to your goal of slique, strong, sexy abs! Complete the cardio workout for Day 3 on your exercise bike. After completing the cardio workout, immediately begin the strength workouts listed below.

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