Below is my arm routine, which I do once a week, in addition to bodypump two days per week which includes a killer arm workout!
As I mentioned in my leg post, I don’t list the weights that I use because of varying fitness levels. For reference, I use 40 pounds for tricep presses, 20 pounds for tricep extensions, body weight and a 10 pound weight on my lap for dips, and 30 pounds for both regular and half way bicep curls.
Stay tuned for shoulders next!
Not even a designer fanny pack. NO.
My tips for dressing for Disneyland….
-Wear light fabrics like cotton or polyester. While they’re not the nicest fabrics, they are wrinkle resistant and dry quickly–a must if you like water rides!
-Bring a small cross body purse (I’m still trying to force myself to like them), but hey, they’re so much better than wearing a fanny pack!! Carrying a big, heavy purse really does suck when you’re walking around all day long.
-Wear shorts (the light fabric rule applies here)–so avoid denim and leather at all costs. Both can be hot, sticky, and takes forever to dry.
-A casual, no fuss maxi dress is a great option for looking cute while staying cool and comfortable. DO avoid short skirts or dresses, as you may have to contort your body and position yourself in certain unflattering ways when getting on and off of rides.
-Wear flat sandals, but avoid those that have multiple buckles. Flats or tennis shoes are very uncomfortable to walk around in if they get wet=lots of dry time, even in the heat.
-Lastly, wear sunscreen!
Palm prints are no longer reserved for tacky, touristy paraphernalia. The palm print is now a wildly popular print that screams Summer!
Kate Upton Aziz Ansari photographed by Terry Richardson at The Beverly Hills Hotel’s Fountain Coffee Room.
If you’re scared of prints, try incorporating a palm printed clutch with any basic Summer ensemble, or add a pillow in your home for an unexpected pop of color.
Swell Bikini Top//Charlotte Olympia Clutch//Juicy Couture Scarf//Palm Print Maxi Dress//Joie Blazer//Michael Kors Pants//Brazilliance Pillow//
Would you wear a palm print?
Want an intense leg workout that will bring amazing results? I have the perfect workout routine for you! I know those two sentences sounded like they were straight from an infomercial, but I’m not kidding when I say this is intense. And it works. I do this leg workout one day per week, and I also do bodypump two days per week, which includes a leg workout as well. With a clean diet and consistency, you will see a huge difference in the shape of your legs with this workout. Doing a leg workout at least two days per week is ideal to get stronger and see changes in your body.
I didn’t list the weights that I use below since everyone will be different depending on your fitness level. For reference, I use 70 pounds for squats (on my back), 50 pounds for lunges, no weight for plie squats, 40 pounds for both inner and outer thigh abductors, and 65 pounds for the hamstring curls.
I will be back to share my arms, shoulders, abs, and cardio routines as well.
I wanted these Zara spiked sandals so badly when I first saw them, but I was hesitant to pay $129 for them. I’m glad I waited, because I just ordered the identical Bamboo pair from Amazon. If you want a pair, hurry, because they’re almost sold out!