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Michele McGovern’s Weekly Workout: I like the way you work it!

Michele McWork out at home with LOCAL personal trainer Michele McGovern! Get ready to sweat in this week’s at-home workout set to song.To follow along with a list of exercises, see full story: http://wp.me/p5dHhh-a1r

Posted by Southoldlocal.com on Monday, May 18, 2015


This week’s workout is set to song. Watch along and workout with Michele, or follow this routine for any song about five minutes long:

1. Lateral Side Squats – two counts

2. Lateral Side Squats – eight counts (double time)

3. Plie Squats – 12 counts

4. Hold – four counts

5. Single Leg Squats (back) – four counts each side

6. Squats – 16 counts

7. Bend & Straighten – eight counts

8. Windshield Wipers – four counts each side

9. Pulsing Squats – eight counts

10. Squats – 16 counts

11. Seal Walk – eight counts (front and back)

12. Seal Walk (on forearms) – eight counts (front and back)

13. Plank (shoulder tap) – eight counts

14. Pushups – four counts

15. Angle Planks – six counts

16. Pushups – two counts

17. Spiders – eight counts

18. Mountain Climbers – eight slow, eight double-time

19. Pikes with Jacks – four counts

20. Hold – eight counts

21. Low squats – four counts

22. Pulsing Squats – eight counts

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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