September’s 30 Day Challenge

I came across this graphic and want to challenge you all to strong and sexy arms! I chose this one because it’s straight forward, can be done in just a few minutes of your day, AND BECAUSE THERE IS NO EQUIPMENT NEEDED! Meaning what?! NO EXCUSES!

Ready?! We start on Sunday, September 1st!


On days 1-15 we will be doing TWO sets of the push-ups/planks/chair dips.
On days 16-130, we will do THREE sets of the listed reps.

Have fun!


September Goals

Good Morning!

Have you started thinking about your goals for the new month? Setting realistic, measurable, and observable goals can really help you stay on track and accountable for your healthy lifestyle. So take a few minutes and think about one or even a few! Set yourself up for success!

I’ve decided to share my goals for this month and I would LOVE to hear yours! Continue to text me or email me your thoughts! Ooooooor just post it here in a comment below so we can ALL work together and cheer each other on to the end!


30 Day Body Weight Challenge

Did anyone else join the Betty Rocker 30 Day Challenge? The challenge started on July 1st, so I just completed day 3 and its an easy kind of tough so far!

What I like most about the challenge is that it’s very flexible and easy to adapt to your own fitness level and day to day schedule. Also, there’s no excuses or reasons to NOT do it! You can do the workout anywhere because there’s no equipment required! All you need is your body.

I put the workout into my interval timer app and got through the entire workout in less than 41 minutes!


If you’re interested, it’s not to late to do this challenge with me! Just click on link that I’ve added here for you!

Betty Rocker 30 Day Challenge


Happy 4th of July Weekend!


Here’s my workout of the day…

It’s called Murph:

Run 1 mile

100 pull-ups

200 push ups

300 squats

Run 1 mile

I completed this workout yesterday and felt great after! My legs were a little shaky and required lots of pre and post workout stretching. Today I’m only mildly feel-good-sore.

The idea is to complete the entire workout as fast as you can, so start by running your fastest mile. Then move on to the pull-ups, push ups, in squats. You can complete these in any order, style, or pattern you want. For me, it made more sense to start on the squats right away in order to break up the 300 reps by alternating between my sets of pull-ups and push ups. Also, it is important to modify everything to your own strength and fitness levels, so I am not ashamed to admit that I wanted to complete this workout but knew I had to modify to assisted pull-ups and to push ups on my knees. Then FINISH with one last mile!

Dare to try it?  Remember to stretch, modify as needed, and go as fast as you can! Let me know how it goes!