Thanksgiving Morning Workout

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Updated: November 22, 2017

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!


We have put together a Thanksgiving morning workout to prepare for the massive amount of food that you will inevitably intake on Thanksgiving day. It is designed for small spaces, lack of time, and lack of equipment. Take 10-20 minutes in the morning while you are waiting for the big meal and give this workout a try.

6 Thanksgiving Food Facts

 

But FIRST, we want to share some Thanksgiving food facts that we found interesting. They might even motivate you to get a little sweaty before chowing down!

#1 – The average person consumes 4,500 calories on Thanksgiving Day.

#2 – The amount of fat consumed on Thanksgiving day is equal to 3 sticks of butter!

#3 – The traditional Thanksgiving food with the most calories is PECAN PIE!

#4 – The wine and beer with dinner is what makes you tired; not TURKEY!

#5 – The “running around the kitchen all morning” preparation of the Thanksgiving meal can burn up to 700 calories.

#6 – 1 of every 5 Americans consumes an entire 8-inch pie on Thanksgiving, and over 6 million men between 35 and 54 years old lie about taking the last piece.

 


The Thanksgiving Morning Workout

 

IMPORTANT – Make sure you modify this to your own fitness level. Take enough rest between the rounds, and take rest at any point when it is needed. Bring down the number of reps to a manageable number if you cannot complete the suggested amount. 10 to 20 minutes should be the goal completion time!

1st Round: 50 Bicycles & 50 Jumping Jacks

2nd Round: 45 Squats & 45 Jumping Jacks

3rd Round: 40 Modified Push-Ups & 40 Jumping Jacks

4th Round: 35 Supermans & 35 Jumping Jacks

5th Round: 30 Mountain Climbers & 30 Jumping Jacks

6th Round: 25 Russian Twists & 25 Jumping Jacks

7th Round: 20 Lunges & 20 Jumping Jacks

8th Round: 15 Push-Ups & 15 Jumping Jacks

9th Round: 10 Squat Jumps & 10 Jumping Jacks

10th Round: 5 Burpees & 5 Jumping Jacks

Now you are ready to feast! Indulge and have a great Thanksgiving!

Let us know what you think about the workout, and we are very THANKFUL for your input!

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