Happy 4th Week guys! I don’t know about you – but I love the 4th of July! It’s such a fun holiday to spend with family and friends and mine usually revolves around water sports, grilling and fun healthy treats! Below is a workout that I just posted to my Instagram yesterday. I’m staying with family and they have a picnic table/bench that I used to do a quick 20 min HIIT workout! My family also loves to grill – so I wanted to share a couple of my favorite healthy grilling recipes you can use for the 4th! Megan and I also thought this would be the perfect time to do a FLASH SALE with our GET FIT DONE Guide (see below!)
Picnic Bench Workout
Start by finding a picnic bench or table, or you can just use a bench that is at least 1 foot above the ground. The higher the bench/step the harder the workout! Warmup first for about 5 minutes and then do this quick and simple routine. If you want to add on, you can check out my other bench workout here. My Firecracker Workout is also one of my favorite 4th of July workouts that I do at Bombshell Bootcamp!
4th Of July Recipes:
Chopped Greek Salad
This is a great salad recipe that is from my Get Fit Done Guide with my friend Megan! We have tons of other great recipes (this one is from our low-carb week) as well as 4 weeks of amazing workouts, shopping list, meal plans and more! If you have been wanting to try out our guide – NOW IS THE TIME! We are having a FLASH SALE this week only and offering the guide for only $39 (regularly $79)!! You can purchase via Megan’s site and enter in the code FREEDOM39!
Grilled Mexican Street Corn
I follow Rach Parcel and she recently posted her 4th of July Menu. I love to have grilled corn on the 4th and I saw she made grilled Mexican Street Corn for her family. You can do a similar healthy version:
Brush corn with a little olive oil, small amount of butter or cooking spray. Grill on the grill (with husks on or off) for about 3 minutes on each side, or until the kernels are tender when you pierce them. If you want more of a grilled taste – place them closer to the fire/flame. After they are cooked, sprinkle with a little salt, feta (or queso fresco – Mexican cheese), cilantro, lime juice and optional chili powder (or other spicy seasoning mix).