Holiday Workout: 25 Days of Fitness

December 5 - Walk/Run

Today you are going to just get out and move. If weather permits, head outside and walk or run. You can shoot for a timed goal, 45 to 60 minutes. You can log 10,000 steps if you have a pedometer. Or, if you are a mileage-motivated person, shoot for 3 to 5 miles.

December 6 - 150 Push-ups

You have the whole day to perform 150 push-ups.

December 7 - 250 Squats

You have the whole day to perform 250 squats.

December 8 - 150 Rows

You have the whole day to perform 150 rows.

December 9 - 16-Minute Circuit

Set a timer for 16 minutes, complete 10 reps of each exercise (push-up, squat, row) and continue the circuit until the 16 minutes are up.

December 10 - Walk/Run

Repeat the December 5 movement.

December 11 - 200 Push-ups

You have the whole day to perform 200 push-ups.

More: 30-Day Push-up Challenge

December 12 - 300 Squats

You have the whole day to perform 300 squats.

December 13 - 200 Rows

You have the whole day to perform 200 rows.

December 14 - 17-Minute Circuit

Set a timer for 17 minutes, complete 10 reps of each exercise (push-up, squat, row) and continue the circuit until the 17 minutes are up.

More: Tabata for Beginners

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About the Author

Doug Balzarini, CSCS, MMA-CC

Doug Balzarini, CSCS, MMA-CC, is a fitness professional and the founder of DB Strength in San Diego. He is also the head strength and conditioning coach for Alliance Training Center where he works with many top professional MMA athletes. Visit www.dbstrength.com for more information.

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