Two At-Home Workouts for Burning Off Your Holiday Feast
Feeling guilty about your holiday meal last night—or the leftovers you ate for breakfast this morning? Brian Weller and Dustin Martin, co-owners of Barry’s Bootcamp Boston, and Aly Raymer, lead instructor at cycling studio B/Spoke, have you covered.
Here, the trainers share equipment-free, at-home workouts you can use to jump back into your fitness routine, whether you’re at home, with relatives, or in a hotel.
Raymer’s 30-minute interval training workout:
Warm up: 60 seconds jumping jacks, 60 seconds squats, 60 seconds mountain climbers; do twice.
First set: Do each move for 40 seconds, then rest for 20 seconds. Repeat circuit twice, with a minute-long break in between.
Single leg backward lunges, with bicep curls (if you don’t have weights, use a can of beans or a wine bottle)
Squat with overhead shoulder press
Second set: Do each move for 40 seconds, then rest for 20 seconds. Repeat circuit twice, with a minute-long break in between.
Squat with shoulder raises
Plank, tapping opposite shoulder with opposite hand
Tricep dip on chair
Seated forward fold
Seated head to knee pose
Reclined figure four
Weller and Martin’s at-home workout:
Repeat the whole series three times, doing 20 burpees between circuits to keep the heart rate up.
60 seconds alternating backward lunges
60 seconds squats
30 second squat hold
60 seconds bicycle crunches
60 seconds vertical toe touch
60 seconds plank
60 seconds pushups
60 seconds superman lifts
30 second superman hold