Hey everyone! It’s Workout Wednesday and today I have an awesome challenge for you called the “Dirty 30”. In this work out you are going to need a chair and stop watch. We are going to complete 30 repetitions of 10 different exercises giving 100% effort the entire time. You want to complete this challenge as fast as you can while maintaining proper form so there should be little rest throughout this work out. If you give this workout all that you got, you will reap the rewards of metabolic conditioning and push your body into fat burning mode for up to 48 hours after completion. The video below breaks down the moves for you.
1. Jumping Jacks
2. Shoulder Press Push Ups
3. Squat jumps
4. Mountain Climbers
5. Skaters (I mistakenly refer to them as skiers in the video)
6. Push Ups
7. Lunge Jumps
8. Triceps dips
9. Sumo squats
This one is going to make you sweat! If you complete this challenge, let me know what you think in the comments below!
Heather started her yoga journey back in 2003 and instantly realized the peace that lies in grounding your presence into the body and getting out of the cyclical patterns of the mind. It wasn’t until 2015 that consistency landed in her practice as a result finding her home studio, PowerLife in Des Moines. In 2018, she completed her 200-hour yoga training at PowerLife and has been teaching ever since.
Heather maps out her yoga classes to be challenging and empowering for beginners and advanced yogis alike. Her classes are themed to assist you in embracing your higher purpose and guide you on your path of self-illumination. During her classes, you can expect a thoughtful playlist of melodic beats to transport you deeper into the body as you journey on your mat.
In addition to teaching at PowerLife, Heather offers personalzed, private instruction; whether that be one-on-one or in a group setting.
When not teaching, you can catch Heather on her mat (yoga and sculpt), dancing care-free at a Phish show, working on her handstand, spending time with her husband and three kids, practicing the art of contemplation and embracing the lifelong path of self-illumination.
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