Workout Wednesday

Workout Wednesday- Arms Circuit

Halfway through the week!  It’s already the 10th of the New Year.   For me, last week was hard to keep my diet on track after eating so much sugar over the holidays.  It definitely takes some self-control to stay away from the giant bag of peanut butter M&M’s my sister left at my house.  If you can relate, keep reminding yourself that you are the one who is in control and only you are the one who can change yourself.

You don’t have to be perfect at your fitness or diet plan. Remember that it’s a PRACTICE and we are allowed to make mistakes and have fallbacks.  Just keep your eye on the overall goal and every little step forward is a good one.  Small changes over time is what’s going to lead to long-term success.

Here is my arm workout I did last week that left me sore for a couple of days.

Arms Circuit

Jog/ Walk 1 Mile

Circuit 1: Repeat 3 times

Dumbbell Bicep Curls- 15 reps

Seated Arnold Press -15 reps

Overhead Tricep Extensions– 15 reps ( I do mine on a bench)

15 Burpees before moving on to circuit 2
circuit 2: Repeat 3 Times

Hammer Curls- 15 reps

Alternating Single Arm Press -15 reps each side

Bench Tricep Dips- 15 reps

15 Burpees before moving on to circuit 3
Circuit 3:Repeat 3 Times

Reverse EZ Bar Curls– 15 reps

Skull Crushers– 15 reps

Lateral to Front Dumbbell Raises– 15 Reps

Jump Rope- 1 Minute

Cute workout clothes always seem to make me more motivated.  I picked up a few new things on sale last week.  Check them out here!

Workout Clothes

Leggings (Similar here & here) | Tank Top (similar) | Sports Bra (Similar here & here) | Athletic Shoes | Headphones (Similar) | Waterbottle


If you missed last weeks post, find it here for a great leg workout.  Have a great rest of your week and thanks for reading!

Kate- A Copper Queen



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