Hm double meaning to this title. I've been thinking lately about stereotypes in regards to personal trainers, body image for women and what we think (as a people and as individuals) and see as beautiful, healthy, fit. I would say I don't meet the stereotypical "trainer" look even if I have the knowledge and experience. I don't have a six pack, I have some love handle action going on and I don't just eat shakes and broccoli. I like ice cream and chocolate too. HOWEVER I would say I'm strong, I'm healthy and I can do more physically than the average 30 year old female. I don't look it but I've got more than meets the eye..
Kinda like this workout. Looked harmless enough for a low energy day off. I was supposed to do it 3 times but only did it 2ce...I have my reasons that don't need to be published publicly :P
Here it goes
Warm up: 10 chin ups (on goalie posts), 10 crab dips (didn't have a bench or jungle gym), 10 sit ups, 10 super mans, 10 squats and 10 sec Samson stretch each side (approx 3 min+)
WORKOUT: 2 Rounds
50 jumping jacks
20 jump squats
20 lunges (each side aka 40 total)
25 push ups
30 seconds of mountain climbers
1 min of plank
6 minutes of stretching and cool down
Total Time: 28:30 (warm up 3 min, workout 19:30 min, stretching 6 min)
Sweat'o'Metre: It was a bit humid but I wasn't pouring, dripping a bit and fogging up my glasses for sure though
Burn'o'Metre: yowch this one is set up to burn you out section by section! I felt it in every section!