Try Something NEW! Buti Fitness FULL Class (47 minutes)
My new “best thing EVER”, lol. BUTI!
I’ve been secretly DYING to try a Buti class, but haven’t been able to (there are simply none here). Bizzie Gold has uploaded a few full BUTI classes online and I have to say, they’re INCREDIBLE. Right up my alley!
The class is like a fitness remix: yoga fused with dance, plyometrics, conditioning, booty shaking and set to a pretty hype soundtrack. Imagine yoga poses where you’re shaking your booty ALL THE TIME, jumping and moving fast to the beat.
It’s NOT for everyone, but if you like the class too… we would probably have a lot of fun hanging out. :)
Monday-Funday (back extensions are my favourite accessory and I get to wear my “No Glutes No Glory” shirt)
- low-bar back squats
- back extensions
- front squats
- speed deadlifts
- fucking ab wheel
Brosday (curlz for da gurlz)
- bench press
- lat pulldown
- incline dumbbell press
- bicep curls
Friday I’m In Love (deadlifts <33333333)
- seated rows
- crush my skull
- light squats
- more Jessica-planks
Still doing working sets of 8-12. Still look like the victim of a domestic.
Reblogging because this routine is hilarious.
This chick is hilarious.
I got this workout from a magazine and made it into a graphic! I do it all the time and it’s a real workout I am always dripping sweat afterwords!
I DO THIS ALL THE TIME!!! I LOVE IT. it seriously is such a great workout!!
Not quite HIIT. 4.5 is a very brisk walk… I wouldn’t really consider this high intensity unless you’ve never run before in your life.
Nonetheless, interested in trying this, given that I don’t usually run for more than 10-15 minutes. I’ll give this a shot.
FULL BODY CARDIO WORKOUTS
Go do three of these right now.
Skipping rope is a very efficient and complete full-body workout. You are integrating resistance training of your calves, hamstrings, shoulders and arms with an incredible cardiovascular workout. In a sense, you are toning your muscles while strengthening your heart.
Jumping Rope – Workout Styles
- Basic jump– jump with both feet at the same time. Master this technique first. Make sure you jump by going up and not by flexing you feet the knees.
- Alternate foot jump– alternate your feet. You can skip one or two times with each foot and then switch to other one.
- Criss-cross– cross your hands in front of the body.
- Double under– jump a bit higher and swing the rope two times before hitting the ground
JUMPING ROPE BENEFITS
- Cheap way to save time while burning major calories: For about $8 and 30 minutes, a 130-pound woman can burn 330 calories — running at a pace of 10 minutes per mile (six mph) only burns 270 calories.
- You can do your workout anywhere: Whether you’re in a hotel room on a business trip, outside on your deck, or inside your home because of bad weather, you can jump rope — just make sure the ceilings are high enough. Since a jump rope takes up so little room, it can easily be stashed in your suitcase, gym or yoga bag, or even your purse.
- Jumping is good for bone health: If you’re young, you’re not exactly worrying about osteoporosis yet, but what you do now can help prevent this condition. It turns out that simply jumping up and down helps strengthen your bones.
- It tones your legs and booty: Who doesn’t want a tight and toned tush? Just like running and biking, jumping rope requires mostly leg strength. You can jump up and down, side-to-side, or forward and backward, jump while moving around the room, jump with one leg, or jump with both legs together. Varying your steps will target different muscles and also prevent boredom.