Equipment needed: dumbbells. Here is your upper body focused routine that only takes a few minutes of your day. Pair it with your run or do it on its own. We recommend doing this routine anywhere from 2-3 times a week.
This is the perfect solo workout or something you can throw in after you go for a run or jog. All you need is a set of dumbbells to participate. Feeling like you want more? Try doing another round of the same routine (you'll see what we mean you press play.)
Are you looking for a workout to do after sitting at your desk all day? Look no more. This Le Sweat sesh is designed to open up the chest by strengthening the back and shoulders. If you enjoy this workout, try doing it 2-3 times a week.
Two of the largest muscle groups of the body -- the glutes and the quads -- are going to get worked on working out in this one. Wondering how many times a week to fit this bad boy in? Shoot for two to three times a day. Just kidding. A week.
Equipment needed: dumbbells. We understand that a lot of working on working out includes push-ups and plank variations, which can often spark up wrist issues. Try doing these exercises to help build up overall wrist strength.
This workout was previously live on LSTV June 30, 2020. This is no-jumping workout, so it can be done shoeless or on low impact days. While the workout is full body, there is a lot of emphasis on the core.
This workout was previously live on LSTV July 8, 2020. You can expect these type of exercises in this workout:
- Core Activation (beginning)
- Lower body (squat and lunge variations)
- Low-impact cardio
Enjoy this lower body workout that your downstairs neighbors will also love. No jumping involved, however if you would like to make this workout more challenging you can add a set of dumbbells. Happy working out!