Full Length Legs Workout Video

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Today I've got something pretty sweet for you. I often get asked for workout videos that you can do at home or at the gym to stay motivated and inspired. So today, I've got my first legs workout video for you!

This leg circuit is one of my favorites. I transitioned to this type of training about 2 years ago and haven't looked back since. It's fun, goes by quickly and packs a punch when it comes to results. You can modify things as needed and best of all, this legs workout video can be done at home or you can take me to your gym, your choice! Minimal equipment is needed and you could certainly use no equipment if you choose.

This training is meant to be done working as hard as you can (you know you best) for 7 minutes at a time, and recovering for between 1-2 minutes. If you're advanced, you can rest for less time. In the legs workout video, I explain that if you're newer to exercise or just getting back into things after a long sabbatical, do the workout one time through. If you're more advanced, do each circuit twice, so the entire video twice. I explain it all in length during the workout, so watching it will make much more sense.

Remember, this is your workout. Don't compare yourself or be hard on yourself if the first time through is difficult or you don't finish it. Each day that you get up and choose to move is a victory. Celebrate the small wins and over time, those add up to really big wins. I'm always here to support you so that you can find joy in moving your body and nourishing yourself. It starts with a choice to make a change, believe in yourself, because I believe in you.

I'd love to hear from you. Did you complete this legs workout video? How did you feel? Do you like this format and if so, what other types of workouts would you like to see?