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Michele McGovern’s Weekly Workout: Love, hate & paper plates

Week Two: Love Hate & Paper Plates

Round One:

One minute lateral squat
One minute back squat
One minute bend & raise
Mountain climbers, 14 reps
Pike-ups, 14 reps
Plank jacks, 14 reps
Spiders, 14 reps

Round Two:
50 seconds lateral squat
50 seconds back squat
50 seconds bend & raise
Mountain climbers, 12 reps
Pike-ups, 12 reps
Plank jacks, 12 reps
Spiders, 12 reps

Round Three:
40 seconds lateral squat
40 seconds back squat
40 seconds bend & raise
Mountain climbers, 10 reps
Pike-ups, 10 reps
Plank jacks, 10 reps
Spiders, 10 reps

Be sure to check back next Saturday for your Weekly Workout with Michele McGovern.


Michele McGovern is a music teacher turned fitness junkie. She’s a boot camp instructor at Maximus Health & Fitness in Riverhead, and a personal trainer and owner of COREfit. The happily married mom of three boys, she loves investing in people and seeing lives transformed from the inside out.


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