WOW, I can’t believe it’s been a year since releasing this.  This whole project was so much fun to create, I loved it so much that I’m continuing with this journey and creating a better and even bigger form of work out guide for you guys!  This time around I’m getting really personal.  I don’t want to spill any of it right now, but lets just say I’ve been working on it the past 6 months.  It’s been a project to say the least.

So holy cow, a year.  Let me just reintroduce what my program is all about.  I created this program a little over a year after giving birth to Oaks.  It was tried and true.  I did all these work outs and couldn’t believe the results I was seeing.  I lost all my baby weight and look better than I did pre baby.  So I wanted to share this whole journey, and create something for those that are so busy, or just those who want to get the job done quick.

Since becoming a mom, it’s been hard to find the time to get to the gym.  Especially when you’re a new mom with a tiny baby that needs all of you at every second of the day.  That forced me to get really creative with my work outs.  I knew I had fat to lose and muscle to gain, but not a lot of time.  So I started implementing a HIIT between each set of my weights.  If you aren’t familiar with HIIT, it stands for High Intensity Interval Training.  High Intensity Interval Training alternates between high-intensity and low-intensity exercise. For example, sprinting for 30-seconds, then walking for 60-seconds is high intensity interval training. HIIT can be used both anaerobically in the gym with weights and aerobically with cardio.  

So with my guide, I implemented my favorite things, jump squats, burpees, or high knees after each set.  So here is an example below.  I chose a muscle I want to lift that day and did the cardio HIIT in between each set.  So chest and triceps are below.  I do this with abs, then legs, then shoulders, back and biceps and then a cardio day.

These kind of work outs,  gets it all done for you in 30 mins or less, you chose what level and pace you want to go.  Thats why its so intense, but it gets the job done.  You can do it in your living room, where ever you want.  All you need is 2 sets of Weights, a mat and a bench or steps.  

The beauty of this whole program is that anyone can do it. It’s designed for anyone. You chose what pace you go, you chose what weight you lift, you chose how many rounds you do.  Its designed to push you harder and harder AT YOUR LEVEL.  I caps that because everyone is so different with what fitness level they’re at.  

So when you start, know this and keep pushing yourself each day, each week and each month.  You can start the program over and work a little harder this time around.  You can never hit a plateau with HIIT because you are constantly working, burning and beating the strength you were at before.  It doesn’t get easier, but you definitely get so much stronger.







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Thank you to all who have joined this program and had trust in it!  I really appreciate all your support through this and love seeing you share your journey with me!  I can’t wait for another year ahead of this.  I’m going to be sharing YOU guys today, who have used this program and shared it with me.  If you want to share, feel free to email me at, or simply DM me, whatever is easiest for you.  I’ll be over sharing in my stories @lovebylynn and @lovebylynnfitness  

Remember this is a lifestyle, not a fad diet or quick fix.  I’m in this for the long haul and thats what my guides teach you and thats what I’m all about! 






5-3So here’s the thing, we all have a hard time getting ourselves to the gym everyday.  We all make excuses of why we can’t.  I know I do sometimes.  “I have no time”, “I am to tired”, “I can’t afford it”.  Blah, blah, blah.

I find myself making those excuses too.  Also you don’t need a gym to get a work out in.  

So here is some things I do that help keep me motivated to get going and work out!

1. Plan your day out with the Self Journal I did a post about, and MAKE SURE you schedule your work out in anytime within that day and Time block an hour of it into your day.

2. Set goals. Where would you like to be in a 1 month to a years time?  When I set goals and give myself a timeline it’s a lot easier to keep motivated and excited about whats to come.

3. Stay consistent.  If you stay consistent in working out, it will then become a habit.  The best habit you can have!

4. Take progress photos.  We are our biggest critics, so sometimes its hard to see the results.  If you take weekly, to monthly photos whatever you want.  You will be able to tell how much you have tightened up, and its SO incredibly motivating.  It just pushes you even harder.   You will be so shocked at how much you have changed.

5. Don’t get on the scale obsessively.  Guys.. this one is completely changed my whole mindset.  I used to get on the scale every. single. morning. NOT kidding.  What a joke?  YES. 

I had body image issues just like everyone else.  BUT now that I don’t do that AT ALL I am SO much happier.  

Also, keep in mind that muscle weighs more than fat.  So when you are toning up and losing weight you will actually look thinner, and might weigh a little more than you thought. So that goes back to taking progress photos!  That will help you be able to see the difference.

Honestly, working out isn’t just about my body, and what I look like.  Working out to me is therapeutic.  It makes me a happier person.  It helps my relationships and overall self esteem.  It helps me be more mindful, and helps me be the BEST mom I can be.  And that is the most important thing in the entire world to me.

What do you guys do to keep motivated?! I would love to hear what you all do!


Credits: Paige Nicolle Photography


Have a great weekend!