Pinterest has been one of the best inventions yet (in my opinion)! For those of you who are not familiar, Pinterest is a website that works as a virtual pin board for things you have seen online that you would like to keep organized in one place.
Works much like saving Favorites or Bookmarks on your browser where you can organize into various categories if you like, but it is all in one website for you. The boards you create can be either public or secret and you can invite others to pin ideas on your board as well.
One of the best features Pinterest has is that you can search under various categories or you may type in what you are looking for and find a plethora of things related to that topic.
I get to watch a great show or movie with my hubby and get my exercise in for the day!
Today I would like to share some of my favorite Pinterest workouts with you to get us moving off the couch.
I love this great cardio workout that is short and can be done anywhere:
To work up a sweat and build strong, lean arms try this short exercise:
When you are pressed for time and still want to work it try this:
For more advanced cardio, this workout lives up to its name:
If you are looking for an ab burn, then this workout will be a treat:
End your workout week however you like with any one of these workouts:
I tend to be able to get more workouts in the week if I schedule it in during my TV watching time with my hubby 😉
*As always, remember to warm up before and cool down after your exercises and try to incorporate at least one stretch routine in your week.
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Paul, the man behind the blog, is a certified personal trainer and coach with over 25 years of experience. He has a wealth of information on how to stay fit and he is also an amazingly supportive bluddy you would want by your side to keep you motivated no matter what!
What are some ways you squeeze in your exercise with another task?