• Amanda Nicole

The HALO & HELLO Workout Plan

Updated: Jun 23

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We all want to workout, get in shape, and be healthy, but many of us don't know where to start. For me, the most important thing to do is have a plan. We've all been there, you want to start working out but it never happens because you don't know what to do. So to help you out I've created an at home weekly workout plan to get you started.


Try following this plan for at least a month, and then customizing it towards what you personally need. Following it for a month will help you get into a routine and help you when you have no idea what to do. For more healthy habits check out my post on Healthy Habits for a Healthy Life.


None of these exercises have to stay. If something is too hard or too easy feel free to make changes. The same thing applies to adding weight. These examples are easily done using bodyweight but you could definitely add some weights in. So whether you are new to working out or its a part of your everyday life, this workout will be good for you.








Do these circuits 2-3 times through (or as many times as you can do). Add in weights or bands to make it more challenging. For some extra motivation keep track of how many reps you do of each exercise and try to beat your records.













When it comes to cardio you can do anything from a dance class to going on a run. There are tons of free fun cardio workouts you can do online, but if you're stuck you can try this 20 minute at home cardio workout.














I sometimes like to add in an extra ab workout, so when I do I always add in 5 minute abs. You can choose what exercises you want to do and customize it for your specific needs.













When I say light/rest day that means it's up to you. Sometimes I really need a chill day but sometimes I still want to do a little something. So on those days I will maybe go for a walk, do some yoga, or even just stretch.


I designate the weekends for "walk days". These are days we spend outside and walking. I recommend walking for at least 20 mins.


You don't need any equipment for this plan but I do use a yoga mat and resistance bands.


Of course I'm not claiming to be a personal trainer or anything but I like to think my 14 years of cheerleading and dance taught me something about staying in shape.





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