How we start our morning has a large impact on how the rest of our day unfolds. Maybe you have a solid morning routine or maybe it’s different everyday. Perhaps take a moment to examine your routine (or lack thereof) and notice what things work for you, or where there’s room for improvement.
Starting your day off with meditation, a big glass of water with lemon, and exercise are all healthful, energizing, uplifting components of a morning routine. Even if you can’t make it to a class for a good sweat, you may be able to make time for some movement at home. And if that’s the case for you, try today’s super fly DIY.
You will need free weights and a mat for this DIY!
Part 1: Warm Up – Do 10 each!
Shin Grabs – Windmills – Skaters – Squats – Calf Raises
Part 2: Stability & Mobility
30 seconds – 1 minute each exercise (or as long as you can keep good form)
Bird Dog Hold R
High plank Hold
Lowest Squat Hold
Glute Bridge Hold
Part 3: Do 3-4 rounds of the following:
10 Sumo Hi Pull
10 Stiff Leg Dead Lifts
10 Glute Bridge Pullovers
10 Renegade Rows
5 Navy Seal Ups
Part 4: Repeat this Interval set for 2 miles
4 minute jog
30 seconds run
2 minute jog
30 seconds run
Part 5: Lacrosse Ball Hip Mobility + Foot Mobility – see client portal
What else contributes to a productive morning routine? How about a nice smoothie bowl? The berries in this smoothie contain anthocyanin phytonutrients which help to improve memory and overall cognitive function.
Check out one of our favorite smoothie bowl recipes here!