Song Workout No. 2 🙂 // Werbung
This is a rather slow (BUT VERY INTENSE) ab workout. I think it’s perfect if you struggle to keep up with my longer ab workouts. 3 minutes are manageable!!
So happy that you liked the idea & constantly asked me for a new one on instagram! I personally think this one is even more fun haha. I just love singing along this song!
A “Song Workout” fits to a specific song and is similar to a small “choreography”. This means we are not doing 30s per exercise – we are doing a new movement as soon as the beat of the song changes.
1. You can find the names of the exercises at the top right.
2. You will need to PAY MORE ATTENTION. There are no beeps that will tell you that we start with a new movement. Either watch the video 1x before joining me or keep your eyes on the screen!
3. Just have FUN. In those 3 minutes it’s all about getting into the mood to do a proper workout, get a good burn and enjoy some nice music.
4. In the morning to enhance your mood, as a warm up before your workout, as a nice buuuurn to end your workout or anytime during the day. A quick song workout is always a good idea 🙂
I clearly got inspired by the amazing Maddie (MadFit), who I saw those kind of song workouts at for the first time!! I had a lot of fun doing them so I thought I just need to share this with my fit community as well 🙂
▸ Song: “10.000 Hours” by Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber
You can always find ALL SONGS in my workout playlist: http://wmg.click/GetActive
Check it out and tell me which song I should use next month! I update it weekly & it’s available on Spotify, Apple Music, etc.
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When joining me for this workout video, you need to take some precautions as your health and safety is the most important. To avoid any injury or harm, you need to check your health with your doctor before exercising. By performing any fitness exercises without supervision like with this video, you are performing them at your own risk. See a fitness professional to give you advice on your exercise form. Pamela Reif will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of this video.