Monday Motivation – At-Home Workouts to Get You Through The Week

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When this crazy quarantine started in the middle of March, I shared a blog post with a TON of workouts you could do from home! And since then, I’ve been sharing a new workout almost every day on social media. That means I’ve shared 22 FREE workouts that you can do from home. Most are bodyweight since weights are sold out EVERYWHERE, but I’ve also sprinkled in some workouts with minimal equipment for anyone out there that has some sort of home gym. I know instagram can get overwhelming with so many posts so I thought I would share a recap so you could easily find the workout that works for your needs! I hope this helps you continue to move at home and feel your best through this continued quarantine!! Keep up the hard work!!

No Weight Needed

Bodyweight Cardio

Abs Finisher

Full Body Cardio

Abs Burner

Low Impact Workout

Leg Workout

Upper Body Workout

Stair Workout

Abs Abs Abs

Bodyweight HIIT

Upper Body & Core Workout

Lower Body Workout

Full Body


Minimal Equipment Needed

Bench Cardio

Stability Ball Workout

Resistance Loop Band Workout

Resistance Band Workout

Weights Needed

Full Body Dumbbell Workout

Barbell Workout

Medicine Ball Workout

Single Dumbbell Workout

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Oh, Hi! I’m Juli.

I’m a food hoarder. And a really bad dancer. If you don’t know me well, you will probably not understand my humor. Therefore, I apologize ahead of time. Thanks for listening to my ramblings of my ever-changing life and trusting my kitchen mishaps. Your trust in me is appreciated.


3 thoughts on “Monday Motivation – At-Home Workouts to Get You Through The Week”

  1. This is fantastic! Thanks for making working out even easier…. and reallllly giving me no excuse not to!! LOL!

    Loved the podcast – get to work people!

  2. Dear Juli,
    I am glad you and your loved ones are still safe and sound! I have 3 questions (oops) and a MASSIVE THANK YOU:

    Thank you first:
    I am LOVING the Power Program: I seriously FINALLY feel as though I have a program that works for me. I am motivated every day – I almost regret the rest days!! – which is so new to me. AND: finally, I am able to indeed work out 5 times a week (only once did I have to skip a workout because I was just too sore) which is also completely new. Normally I DIE in a gym and can’t walk for 4 days straight and then it’s so hard to bring some structure to working out. So THANK YOU, really. I am a beginner still (still can’t do any ‘real’ push-ups) and have so much to learn. Because the power program also has an advanced version, I am sure I am good on workouts for the next 4 months at least! (I am now halfway through month 2). I am looking forward to seeing what the program will do to my body – whether I am finally going to see some results. I feel better already – now of course, I also want to look it 😉

    I do have two questions about the program – I feel silly for asking but I can’t seem to find the answers anywhere and like I said, I am a newbie to this all:
    Q1. Do you rest between the reps and/or between each ‘cycle of movement’? The rest time is specified for the Hiit and full body workouts, but not the ‘regular ones’. So say, for example in this workout: (Friday, week 2, month 2), there are 3 rounds of 3 ‘cycles of movement’ where each cycle consists of 2 movements. Here’s the first cycle:
    8 Romanian Dumbbell Deadlift (each side) and 16 Standing Good Mornings. Do I rest between the 8 deadlifts (and if so, how long is recommended) and the 16 good mornings, or do I only rest after I have completed both exercises (so before moving on to the second round of the 8 and 16 reps, and if so, how long do you recommend) OR do I rest when I move on to the ‘next cycle’ – the next two exercises in the workout (and if so, how long)?

    2Q. Am I even doing this right? Do I indeed do 3 rounds of the first movements (so alternating the deadlifts and goodmornings (8/16, 8/16, 8/16) BEFORE moving on to the next 2 exercises? Or should I do one round of the first 2 exercises, then move on to the second cycle of 2 exercises, then one round of the last 2, and repeat the entire cycle 3 times?

    I am sorry for bothering you with such a lengthy post but I want to make sure I am doing the program as it was intended and I am also sorry if you’ve answered my questions elsewhere and I missed it.

    Q3. I want to subscribe to your newsletter but it does not seem to work: when I fill out my name and email (both under ’email list’ and well as ‘don’t miss a bite’ I get a ‘red cross’ and nothing happens…

    Thanks again for all that you do. You’re my biggest inspiration and I LOVE how you’re more a dog than people person and prefer Jackson over kids (oversimplified statement, I know, but I hope you catch my drift ;-)) I too am acing this quarantine thing, especially now that I am getting my work-outs in every day thanks to you.

    All the best,
    Sarah – the ‘Dutchie’ from EU
    8 Sumo Stance Goblet Position Dumbbell Squats
    16 Glute Bridges
    3 rounds of:
    10 Jumping Squats (to bench)
    8 Fire Hydrant to Kick (each side)

  3. Oops and I am sorry about the exercises underneath my name – I first wanted to post the entire workout but then I figured I could explain what I meant by only mentioning the first 2 movements but I accidently forgot to erase the rest…Can’t seem to edit my post though. So sorry!!! 🙁

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