DAY TWO of Workout Week!

workout week 2

I hope you all enjoyed day one of workout week and are excited to try this workout or any Balance Sweat & Cheers workout. Remember the only thing stopping you from creating the best you is YOU. If you ever complete a Balance Sweat & Cheers workout, please tell me how you like it! I would LOVE to hear from you.

I want to share a quote from Phillip Sweet with you that I feel everyone can benefit from. “Stay true to yourself, yet always be open to learn. Work hard, and never give up on your dreams, even when nobody else believes they can come true but you. These are not clichés but real tools you need no matter what you do in life to stay focused on your path.” It is truly a blessing that you have the ability to work hard to achieve your dreams. One of the biggest lessons I have learned the last year is: dream big, work hard, never give up, and always keep a smile on your face. A smile can do wonders.

If you missed the exciting announcements from yesterday’s post EMOM WORKOUT – WORKOUT WEEK, don’t worry! I will catch you up.

Later this week Balance Sweat & Cheers will be releasing its FIRST EVER 3 Week Fit Body Guide. This will include a THREE WEEK PLAN of EXCLUSIVE workouts that you will not find online, exclusive recipes, and a list of healthy food staples and snack ideas. This is PERFECT for anyone who wants a challenge, a change in their routine, or ‘prep’ for spring break. ANYONE can benefit from this guide. You need minimal equipment to complete it.

Likewise, there will be a giveaway posted on THURSDAY to Balance Sweat & Cheers Instagram! Make sure to follow @balancesweatandcheers so you don’t miss out!


Balance Sweat & Cheers: All Out Workout-

This workout incorporates cardio, strength, and abs all in one workout! You can complete this entire workout in under an hour and all you need is a set of dumbbells and a treadmill.

Start with 6 minutes of cardio. Run at a constant incline of 1.0% and adjust your speed according to the time. Once you are done with cardio, move to 5 minutes of strength. Finish with 4 minutes of killer exercises and 3 minutes of abs. Repeat entire workout 3x (trust me it’ll be a sweaty one)!

all out workout


Disclaimer: I am NOT a certified personal trainer. Always check with your doctor before starting a new fitness routine. ALWAYS listen to your body.

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