A lot, that’s the standard answer at least. However, if you’re looking for an actual number you can typically expect to blast anywhere from 600-1000 calories from a single workout.

Yes, one single workout. That’s pretty significant considering that the recommended caloric expenditure to help with weight loss is 2000/week.

Basically, in one workout, you’re half way there.

Just what kind of workout does that? A good one! One that keeps you moving from the time you start to the time you finish. But a workout that keeps changing things up so you avoid boredom (the worst).

So I thought I would share one of my favorite high calorie workouts with you to day… Let’s call it:

The Dog Days Of Summer

Part 1: Spend 10 Minutes Running Or Doing Stair Work

Part 2: Complete 3-4 Rounds Of:

sweat-summer

Part 3: Complete Your “Finisher”: Time how long it takes to complete 20 Burpees, 40 Push-ups, and 60 Squat Jumps

Sound completely impossible? I promise you it’s not. Especially when you’re around other women just like you and when you have a trainer that can watch you to ensure all the moves are being done safely and properly. Need a modification? Then that’s fine. If you need to slow down, that’s fine too.

We simply encourage forgetting the “I don’t think I cans” and instead giving into the “I’m going to do this” attitude… because YOU CAN.

Enjoy the workout!

Wanna Try It In Boot Camp? 

We have a few spaces left in boot camps, but they are going fast. In fact, several locations now have a wait list. If you’re interested in getting started here are the locations we have available at this time:

James Island 6:30 MWF (kicks off Sept 9th)

West Ashley 6:30 MWF

Summerville 7:30 TTH

Out of 8 locations, these are the only ones with spots available, so don’t put it off! Especially since you can try them out for 2 weeks for as low as $47!

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