I can't believe it's the 10th year for this series! I started these Candy Corn Killer routines to be mostly cardio based workouts using no equipment. This year, I chose to add in a little bit of glute work too! So, this 36 minute routine alternates between 2 standing cardio intervals followed by 1 glute sequence on the floor.
For this year's 20 minute Candy Corn Killer workout, I decided to make a low impact option. I chose moves that get the heart rate up without a lot of jumping or pounding. This is perfect for anyone who has knee issues or if you're looking for a quick workout that's appropriate for any fitness level. No equipment required!
This 17 minute workout will have you working hard the whole time! 2 cardio exercises are mixed with 2 weighted exercises. All 4 movements are FAT BURNERS! All you need is a pair of medium dumbbells (I'm using 8 lbs in this video)
As with every other Candy Corn Killer workout, this workout is a cardio circuit that requires no equipment! I made this one a little shorter than the others (22 minutes) so that you can squeeze it in when you're short on time!
This 17 minute cardio routine is so much fun! This workout is low impact but high intensity, so it works for any fitness level! It's all what you put into it. I chose moves that don't leave the ground too much, but still get your heart rate up!
I created this quick 15 minute cardio workout so that everyone, from newbies to advanced, can get the most out of it! This circuit of 3 easy to follow exercises (repeated 3 times) provides 2 different intensity options for each move: level 1 and level 2. Challenge yourself at your own fitness level.
It's that time of year again! Halloween means candy and pumpkin spice everything! This 37 minute routine is a fat burning workout that requires no equipment and will help you burn off those treats! (My inner thighs were sore the next day after filming this!)
This 14 minute cardio routine is a great way to get the heart rate up without a lot of jumping and pounding. Some people may have injuries or issues that prevent them from doing high intensity type plyometrics, burpees, jumps, etc... This workout is a great option for those who still want the intensity without the bouncing. This is also a great way for experienced exercisers to switch up their normal cardio movements.