Level ONE Exercise Plan


Are you ready to get your booty in gear but you're not quite sure where to start and not ready to invest in a workout program? Well you have come to the right place! Level one exercise plan is designed to get you moving, keep you working, and create a routine that you can stick with. Getting fit isn't about mastering crazy moves, or lifting heavy weights. It's about creating a plan and taking action and this routine is a great way to get started! The best part is you won't need any equipment.

SNAG the printable calendar download at the bottom or pin the workout to your fitness board.



*Don't skip rest days
*STAY hydrated
*Use this program in conjunction with a healthy diet
*Please remember to consult your physician before starting





19 comments

  1. Question: Just started level one and finished the 1st day super quick... Should I do more than one rotation of this?

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  2. Question: Just started level one and finished the 1st day super quick... Should I do more than one rotation of this?

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  3. How many reps are you supposed to do???

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  4. I'm so sorry it's taken me this long to get back to you! I have been running WAY behind with a new little one in the house! He has definitely been consuming most of my time and energy, but we are starting to get back into a pattern now so there shouldn't be no more delays in response time!

    You can start with one rep, but if you feel you aren't getting a good enough workout you can add more (based on your fitness ability and needs). I would say ideally 3 would probably be great!

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  5. Hey I'm interested in starting this, but my chiropractor told me that I am NEVER to do planks... Is there something you could recommend to replace the them??

    Thanks (:

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    1. I can't believe your chiropractor told you that. I don't know your situation but I go and I have to do them because it works on your core which in turns works on your lower back...

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    2. I can't believe your chiropractor told you that. I don't know your situation but I go and I have to do them because it works on your core which in turns works on your lower back...

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  8. Love level 1.
    So perfect for beginners!:)

    Thanks

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  11. i'm starting this with my teenage daughter but we don't know what a plank jack is. Can you give a description?

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    1. I had to Google it. It's easier to see than explain it. From a plank position, your legs do the jumping jack motion. Trust me - seeing it makes so much more sense.

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  13. I am a 11 year old girl and i weigh 39 and i wanna weigh 37 and get abs cause my tummy isnt skinny . help me what can i do and
    how many times do i repete this

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  15. I thought I'd leave a comment from an actual human and not some weird thing like some of the others. I LOVE this system. I am slim, but wouldn't call myself "fit" by any stretch of the imagination. I have tried so many different systems for establishing a workout habit...for like 15 years! Finally, I feel like this is something I can do. Even though I'm capable of more reps, I just did one set each day to set up the habit. How can I not say no to 5 minutes, right? Now I'm looking forward to my exercise times, and am starting Level 2 next week! This is for everyone who sucks a making an exercise habit.

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  16. I love this program so far... currently on week 2 and I can already tell a difference. Do you recommend doing all of the activities at once? Or is it possible to do some in the morning and then some again in the afternoon? Will you get the same results by breaking up the workout throughout the day?

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