21-Day Fitness Challenge: Day 21

21-Day Fitness Challenge: Day 21

I know I've said it multiple times — 21 days of working out might not seem like an accomplishment to you, or might even be your norm, but for me it's not. I'm so proud to say I finished this challenge! Although I wasn't the best at keeping up with posts during it (sorry life gets busy!) it was a great experience and I'm so glad I could share it all with you guys!

This challenge wasn't about losing weight or seeing any visible changes, because let's be real, that would be extremely hard to do in only 21 days. It was about simply getting back into it, making it a habit, and creating a mindset for myself. I'm definitely one of those people who often uses a lack of time as an excuse to skip workouts. But with this challenge, I learned that it's all about priorities. You can workout every day if you really want to. Even if it's a short run, you still got out and did something!

For day 21, I did an at-home workout. These kind of workouts are my favorite because you can customize it however you want! 

For a warm-up, I jogged outside for about 5 minutes, then I did 15 jumping jacks, 10 pushups, 30 high knees, and 20 squats. Next I did a series of all-body moves. Complete the entire set three times. 

Burpees: 50 total

Plie squats: 50 total 

Pushups: 20 total

Forward lunges: 25 total

Reverse lunges: 25 total 

Squat jumps: 25 total 

Up and down plank: 25 total 

Frog jumps: 50 total 

Plank: 1 minute

Wall sit: 1 minute 

Now repeat two more times. :)

I just want to thank everyone who followed along on this journey with me. I have to admit that it's really nice that I journaled all of these workouts because if I'm ever stuck on what to do, I just look back!

Shelbie Renee 


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