What’s your name workout for beginners – get moving in a fun and creative way with this fitness routine you can do at home.
You can get creative with this name workout, use it to spell your own name, a list of names, or even use it as a learning activity for kids by having a list of names or words related to a specific topic.
If using this in a gym or class setting, you can have a different, fun set of words each time to make it fun and challenging. You can use this as a warm-up or as the full workout, but you will need a decent size list of words or names, or repeat your name a number of times.
How to do the name workout
Take each name or word and make it a “set”, resting 30 or 60 seconds between each name or word. If you aren’t familiar with the exercises, you can search YouTube, there are plenty of great videos demonstrating each of the moves.
I also have an extreme version of this name workout and a kids version that some schools are actually using in their curriculum to help kids get active and learn at the same time. Links for the other versions are below. The link to download the pdf for this version is at the end of this post. And if you need some motivation, check my list of best motivational audio books from Audible.
Check out the kids version of this fun name workout fitness routine and an extreme version for those up for an extra challenge:
Spell your name workout for kids:
Advanced full name workout:
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