Month of Virtual Workouts Recap
Use the workouts from the Boot Lab month of virtual workouts to complete a whole week, or month, of booty workouts!
In honor of the month of love, I hosted a virtual workout on Instagram Live every Saturday during February. These were total body workouts with, of course, an emphasis on glutes. Each one progressed off of the other, just as they would in the gym! Now that it is over, you have yourself a one month at-home workout plan!
You can use these workouts to complete a whole week of booty workouts. There are a variety of progressive overload methods you can use to advance these workouts each week, to make it a long-term plan! Add reps or weights as you master the moves and get stronger. Just make sure you are tracking your progressions so you can keep up with them. You can do this through the Booty Lab app, download here!
If you missed these workouts in real time, don’t worry! I have a virtual workout on my Instagram once a month! Make sure you are following me there and have my post notifications turned on so you can keep up with the virtual workout dates!
This is more of a total body workout, but as always, there is an emphasis on glutes! In this workout A, I provide different rep ranges so that you can do what best fits with your fitness level. I also give you ways to challenge these movements with weights and bands, if that is something you are comfortable with doing! The exercises in this workout include: glute bridges, planks, single leg deadlifts, push ups, lateral band walks and donkey kicks.
This workout is full body targeting abs, glutes and upperbody! This is workout B in the at-home workout plan in the Booty Lab by Becca App. We are practicing progressive overload, and remembering to track our progress! Today, you can choose to use your body wieght, an exercise band or a dumbbel, whichever one you are comfortable with! The exercises in this workout include: single leg glute bridges, hollow holds, body weight squats, seated band rows, seated band abductions and side planks.
This workout is workout C in the at-home version of the Booty Lab by Becca App. For this workout you will need a bench/chair and a band or weight. Remember, do what works for you! Whether that is using body weight, exercise bands or weights to challenge yourself. The exercises in this workout include: single leg elevated glute bridges, band pull aparts, good mornings, and wall sits with abductions.
Finishing off the week strong! For this workout we are repeating what we did for the first workout, workout A. This is total body with a focus on glutes. Try to push yourself this week and kick it up a notch! Whether it is with more reps, weight or resistance. That is what progressive overload is all about. The exercises in this workout include: glute bridges, planks, single leg deadlifts, push ups, lateral band walks and donkey kicks.
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If you completed this one month at-home workout plan, let me know what you think or if you have any recommendations for virtual workouts in the future. Don’t forget that I host a virtual workout on Instagram Live once a month! Follow me on Instagram so you don’t miss out on these killer workouts!
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