Thank you for grabbing my Holiday Fit Guide!

Your workouts, recipes, and tips are below.

Each workout is about 40 minutes long. All you need is a pair of dumbbells! I even give bodyweight options if you don't have any weights.

Take each workout at your own pace. Press pause if you need extra rest. Scale back the reps. And if you have any feedback, let me know! Hit reply and tell me.


I keep my music low, so be sure to turn on your own music and get to work!


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Make Time To Move

The holidays are all about spending time with family, eating a bunch, drinking, and relaxing. Which means that workouts are few and far between.

But I encourage you to make time to move every single day. This doesn't even have to be a long formal workout. Some movement is better than none!

Go for a 20-30 minute walk twice each day

Get in a quick 10 minute ab workout

Plan out a 20 minute jog first thing in the morning

Or even plan out a few days to get a workout in!

Practice Good Habits

I'm not going to tell you to just have protein and salad and no cheat meals at holiday dinners. That'd make me a bad coach!

But I will say that you can still practice good nutrition habits!

Work on portions, making sure you have some sort of protein on your plate, and eat a little slower to give your body time to digest.

Control The Meals You Can

Most people don't like to commit to eating healthy because they know that in a week they are going to have a couple bad meals for the holidays.

But that doesn't make sense! You can still eat a good breakfast and lunch before your bad dinner!

So eat good meals at all the meals you can control, and then enjoy your cheat meals.

It's Okay To Splurge

If you do end up overdoing it at a meal, that's okay. It is the holidays. BUT that doesn't mean you completely abandon your goals! Get back to your routine the day after.


By signing up for these workouts you're acknowledging that you are taking your own risk.

If you don't think you should be working out, talk with a doctor first.

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