Kick the Kilos with Sally Fitz: Week 10

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed

Kick the Kilos with Sally Fitz: Week 10

IN week 10 of Sally Fitzgibbons' fitness challenge you can try the bear crawl, the up and down plank and wide squat. 

You can also pair these workouts up with other activities and sign up for our Strava App so can represent your region in APN's Kick the Kilos challenge. 

Upper Body

Bear Crawl

REPS: 25 

Start with feet shoulder-width apart, chest proud and core tight. Step forwards or backwards with one leg until both legs are at a 90-degree angle. Drive through front foot to squeeze leg back to starting standing position.  

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed
Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed


Star Jumps

REPS 10 

Start with feet together and hands either side of hips. Do a small jump so that feet split and come wider. As you jump out arms should come up over head. As you lower arms allow feet to jump back in and repeat.  

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed
Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed

  Heel Touches   REPS: 50   Lying on back, facing ceiling, reach round to heels, alternating each side, legs bent and in close to hips.  

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed
Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed

LOWER BODY   Lateral Shuffle

 

REPS 20   Drop into half squat. Stay as low as possible while shuffling to one side and back the other way. Keep chest proud the whole time.  

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed
Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed

  Lunge   REPS 24   Start with feet shoulder-width apart, chest proud and core tight. Step forwards or backwards with one leg until both legs are at a 90-degree angle. Drive through front foot to squeeze leg back to starting standing position.  

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed
Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed

  TIME: 50 SECS    Lying face down, bring hands either side of chest muscles. Push through hands to lift chest up off floor, squeeze glutes to protect lower back. Try to fully extend arms as you push up, but just go as far as you feel comfortable. Lift chin to ceiling to feel a greater stretch.  

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed
Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed

  FULL BODY Push-up touch   SKIPPING: 15s/30s/45s/60s/45s/30s/15s   PUSH-UP TOUCH 15s/30s/45s/60s/45s/30s/15s   Start in a high plank position. Keep hips, spine and neck in line with each other. Bring chest to ground for push-up. At the top of the rep, lean weight onto one hand and reach other hand to reach out to touch the floor in front.  

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed
Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed

    SKIPPING: 15s/30s/45s/60s/45s/30s/15s   GLUTE BRIDGE: 15s/30s/45s/60s/45s/30s/15s   Lying on back facing ceiling, bend knees so that heels are in near glutes. Use your palms either side of hips for balance. Drive up through feet to squeeze glutes and hips. Raise as high as they can then control back to just above floor and repeat.    

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed
Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed

  DUCK WALK   SKIPPING: 15s/30s/45s/60s/45s/30s/15s   DUCK WALK: 15s/30s/45s/60s/45s/30s/15s   Start in a low squat position, keep chest proud throughout. Keep heels on floor at the beginning. Step forward with one foot and then the other foot as you walk in the bottom of your squat.    

Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed
Sally Fitzgibbons has joined us in our quest for a healthier region. Photo: contributed