On-the-side to keep me inspired.


REBLOG this post to win a pair of your own Nike Free Runs. I will announce the winner on Sunday! Good luck!

These are the POP HIITs I’ve made so far with video demo and at-home modifications:

We Can’t Stop POP HIIT 1

Can’t Hold Us POP HIIT 2


Blurred Lines POP HIIT 4

Come and Get It POP HIIT 5

Feel This Moment POP HIIT 6

Hall of Fame POP HIIT 7

I Knew You Were Trouble POP HIIT 8

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The best way to become a mentally tough runner is to believe that you’re a mentally tough runner.

Don’t let yourself lose another summer. Start working now.


Don’t let yourself lose another summer. Start working now.

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I’m giving away the 4th pair of NIKE FREE’s this week for the #thisisMYJULY celebration!!!

All you have to do is reblog this post to be entered! I’ll pick a winner on Sunday.


Do the above routine 3 x through with 30 sec rest in between ea move and 1 min rest between ea set. End with a 10 min cardio blast. If you don’t have a treadmill do the FAT MELTING ROUTINE once through.

Good luck!

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Numerous studies have shown that HIIT cardio is extremely effective for fat loss. It revs up your metabolism (unlike steady-state cardio) and keeps it elevated for hours after you finish. Give it a try!:

Warm up at a comfortable intensity for 5 minutes.
Then, give your maximum effort for 15 to 30 seconds, followed by a 2-minute recovery.
You can walk during the recovery or you can just take it down to a very light jog, depending on your current level of fitness. More than likely, though, you will be going so hard that you will need to walk during the recovery.
Perform between 6 and 10 of these intervals, and finish with a cooldown.

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