Buenos dias mi sinners! I guess my blood is still pumpin' from this weekend's Cinco de Miles 5k with Papa John. I swear I didn't have a few before the race, I am just incapable of pinning a race bib on straight.
No PR for me, but it resulted in free pizza and cerveza afterward. Nothing screams Cinco de Mayo like a a slice of cheese pizza and a coors light. Well it actually was a Dos Equis so a little credit is due.
So normally I would be talking all about my eats and giving you a little lesson on some nutritional topic for WIAW, buuuut when you forget to take pictures of about 85% of your food, it gets a little tricky.
That just means I get to share this stellar total body workout with you dudes. I swear I'm a 90's baby regardless of my consistent use of 70's slang terms. Can ya dig it?
For this sweat sesh, you're gunna need one thing and one thing only. A pair of dice!
Disclaimer: I am not a personal trainer or fitness professional. You should consult your physician or other health care professional before starting any fitness routine to determine if it is right for you.
Here's the lowdown:
One die stands for a length of time, and the other stands for an exercise. Roll the dice and perform the chosen exercise for the rolled amount of time. And yes, I did put 1 minute in there twice on purpose instead of 10 seconds.
Think you got it? Let's give it a try!
First roll is....
A six and a four. That means 60 seconds of Bicycle Crunches. GO!
A six and a three. That means 60 seconds of Tricep Dips.
One more..(no whammies.. no whammies..no whammies..)
Three and five. 30 seconds of Wall Sits. Phew! No whammies.
The great thing about this workout is that you can do it for however long you want or have time to. You could also mingle in some cardio bursts during it too if you'd like an all around good workout.
So whether you're getting tired of the same old routine, or are just trying to find a use for that mason jar of antique dice you bought at a yard sale, give this a try!
Make it a great day!
Did you do anything for Cinco de Mayo?
Do you like to change up your workout routine? Or keep the same schedule?