2022 May Calendar

2022 May Calendar

Looking to ramp up to summer with an energizing fitness routine? We’ve got just the thing — our May calendar. We’ve done all the thinking and you just have to show up! We’ve got options to fit your lifestyle and preferences. Join us, mama!

MAY FITNESS CALENDAR FEATURES:
Calendar options - 4 days/week, 6 days/week, a calendar that pairs the workouts with walking, and a calendar that pairs the workouts with running

12 new workouts

Workouts that take less than 35 minutes

Outdoor exercise

This calendar is for all levels, but if you’re pregnant or have diastasis recti, we suggest you focus on those programs.

MIX-N-MATCH SUMMER MEAL PLAN BONUS! We’ll also send you our NEW Summer Meal Plan. As the color of the warmer months begins to emerge around us, it is a good time to make sure your meals are just as colorful! We are focusing our eating habits on fresh, colorful, balanced foods. You will find delicious meals built around whole grains, vegetables, fruits, nuts, lean meats, and legumes.

Spring tends to be an especially busy time of year for families, so we wanted to make this plan as flexible as possible. You will find breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks that can easily be mixed-n-matched to fit your needs throughout the week. This will allow you to repeat meals as needed, use those extra ingredients, and choose your favorites along the way.

2022 May Calendar
  • May Calendar: Watch First

    The May Fitness Calendar is about making fitness as easy and accessible as possible while getting great results. We’ve done all the planning and you just have to show up! We’ve got options to fit the your lifestyle and preferences.

    The May Calendar brings:

    Calendar options: 4 days/week, 6 days/...

  • May: Equipment Needs, Calendar and Meal Plan

  • Athletic Stretch

    This is the perfect post-cardio stretch session. Grab a hand towel and move through 8 different athletic stretches. Make sure you come into this stretch series with warm muscles.

  • Bodyweight Cross Training

    This will quickly become your FAVORITE workout! Take this workout outdoors and soak in the outdoor elements and sunshine vitamin. We start with a 4-minute warmup. Then you have the option to walk-jog-jumprope-run for 4 minutes. Then we do a 4-minute HIIT circuit. Repeat 3x following along with th...

  • Bodyweight Tabata

    5 exercises using the Tabata Method -- great for all levels! Give all you've got for 20 seconds, then take a 10 second break. No equipment needed. We work for 13 minutes and stretch for 7 minutes.

    Tabata, a style of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) or HIIE (High Intensity Intermittent Exe...

  • Bodyweight Tabata Advanced

    5 exercises using the Tabata Method -- great for all levels! Give all you've got for 20 seconds, then take a 10 second break. No equipment needed. We work for 20 minutes and stretch for 7 minutes.

    Tabata, a style of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) or HIIE (High Intensity Intermittent Exe...

  • Full Body Circuit 5

    This is our power workout! We use medium dumbbells to increase endurance through compound exercises. These compound exercises recruit multiple muscle groups to create a big metabolic demand. This sweat session will tap into those feel good hormones. Follow Amy for the advanced level and Lindsay f...

  • Full Body Circuit 6

    This is our power workout! We use medium dumbbells to increase endurance through compound exercises. These compound exercises recruit multiple muscle groups to create a big metabolic demand. This sweat session will tap into those feel good hormones. Follow Lindsay for the advanced level and Amy f...

  • Full Body Circuit 7

    This is our power workout! We use medium dumbbells to increase endurance through compound exercises. These compound exercises recruit multiple muscle groups to create a big metabolic demand. This sweat session will tap into those feel good hormones. Follow Amy for the basic level and Lindsay for ...

  • Full Body Circuit 8

    This is our power workout! We use medium dumbbells to increase endurance through compound exercises. These compound exercises recruit multiple muscle groups to create a big metabolic demand. This sweat session will tap into those feel good hormones. Follow Lindsay for the basic level and Amy for ...

  • High Rep Low Weight 1

    This is our non-impact workout. We use light dumbbells and high repetitions to target every muscle. We finish with flexibility for length. Runners...this is a wonderful workout to use after a running day. The exercises supplement our running patterns by using different planes of motion. Equipment...

  • High Rep Low Weight 2

    This is our non-impact workout. We use light dumbbells and high repetitions to target every muscle. We finish with flexibility for length. Equipment Needed: <5 lb. dumbbells, sturdy chair.

  • High Rep Low Weight 3

    This is our non-impact workout. We use light dumbbells and high repetitions to target every muscle. We finish with flexibility for length. Equipment Needed: <5 lb. dumbbells, hand towel.

  • High Rep Low Weight 4

    This is our non-impact workout. We use light dumbbells and high repetitions to target every muscle. In this workout we use barre and Pilates exercises to isolate and burnout smaller muscle groups.

    Equipment Needed: <5 lb. dumbbells.

  • Post Workout Stretch

    Create length and flexibility with these 8 static stretches. This is a post-workout stretch so you should come into this session with warm muscles. Equipment Needed: hand towel.

  • Tabata Cardio Core

    8 exercises using the Tabata Method -- great for all levels! Give all you've got for 20 seconds, then take a 10 second break. No equipment needed.

    Tabata, a style of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) or HIIE (High Intensity Intermittent Exercise), is a short intense workout that burns ener...

  • Tip: Moderate Cardio

    Perform 20, 30 or 40 minutes of moderate cardio. Moderate Steady-state cardio like jogging, swimming, dancing, or steady state cardio routines like barre, are just as important as the HIIT training. Use any of our barre cardio or kickboxing cardio workouts listed in the Cardio Library below - OR ...

  • Tip: Outdoor Exercise

  • Tip: Rest Day

    Rest days are equally as important as "work" days! Think of your rest day as a leisure or active recovery day, not a sedentary-do-no-activity day. Rest helps muscles recover and reduces micro trauma in muscles. In general some movement also reduces soreness, increases blood flow and reduces some ...

  • May Calendar 4 Days per Week

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  • May Calendar 6 Days per Week

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  • May Calendar with Running

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  • May Calendar with Walking

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  • .ics & Google Calendar May 2nd start date

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