High knees – 60 seconds
Mountain climbers – 60 seconds
Jumping Jacks – 60 seconds
3 sets of 10-15
Rest 30 seconds to 1 minute between each set
3. Upright Row
End your workout routine with stretching exercises for 3-5 minutes
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The vision behind our ‘What’s Your Fit?’ campaign is fueled by our passion to help people to reach their goals and figure out what fitness means to them. By providing a supportive culture, we’re hoping communities feel inspired, while also having fun as they complete these full body workouts.
As part of our ‘What’s Your Fit?’ campaign, expert trainers designed four core and stability workouts. They are called core and stability workouts because each exercise requires a mix of abdominal, back, and balance work.
These workouts provide overall strength and build muscles by mimicking natural movements. Core and stability work your muscles because you’re focusing on balancing. These workouts can easily be downloaded as PDFs. Just click the link at the bottom of this post!
Giant Set: 16 total exercises, broken up into sets of four with each group targeting one part of the body. Complete 3 sets, 10 reps of each exercise and take short break between each muscle group.
Doesn’t that sound like the dream? Getting money for doing what you love, working out and spending time at Snap Fitness? Yet it’s possible for a lot of people, perhaps even you. Many people have gym reimbursement options offered through an employer’s wellness plan or a health insurance plan. But not everyone knows about them. Sometimes an employer isn’t clear or proactive in communicating this option. Check in with your employer’s HR department to see if one is available. Or if you’re self-employed and carry your own insurance, check in with your plan provider. There may be options sitting there waiting for you. If so, here is a primer of how to maximize the experience.
Companies often provide reimbursement as part of their wellness programs. They may stipulate that you use the memberships a minimum amount of times per month to qualify. Often the number is 12. They may also only cover certain gyms in your area. Check the details. But if there’s a Snap Fitness in the network and your employer will reimburse you for working out, sign up! It’s free money.
As you enroll, ask about the process for receiving reimbursement. Options can vary. A common frustration with some gym reimbursement programs, frankly, is the paperwork. Some plans require physical receipts. Yet other others will have access to digital tracking system, which makes things easier. Find out what type of proof of usage is required.
Also, ask about how the reimbursement will be paid out. With some employer-based plans it is possible for the funds to be integrated directly into your compensation and will show up on your pay stub. If that is the case, give it good consideration. It just makes things easier.
Finally, understand that reimbursement funds will be taxed as a medical benefit. A bit of a bummer, to be sure. But the benefits still far outweigh the costs. Think of it this way: it’s incentive to get fit and save money in the process. A win-win all the way around.