Ft chicks come in all shapes, sizes and abilities. Sure, we can’t all do the same thing or even in the same way, but that’s okay, too. Whether it’s down to fitness levels, individual tastes, or even health issues, we don’t all need to do the same workouts. Just like there’s somebody for everybody, there’s a workout out there that will challenge and change your body for the better!
Wait, what? Am I saying there isn’t one magical workout everyone should be doing? Ladies, even our ta-tas come in a variety of sizes, from barely there to suffocatingly huge. If we all had the same size girls, we probably wouldn’t ever compare and touch our friends’ boobs, and the world would be a much sadder place. Look, women can marry other women and Donald Trump may soon be president. Anything is possible!
So, if you’re bored with your usual workout or just not sure about what’s best to challenge and change your body, never fear. Toss out that donut, holster up those bad boys and scroll down the list to find something that brings out the warrior princess in you.
Hey, Rocky! Rocky! Okay, maybe you’re not the Italian Stallion, but you like hitting things and sweating. Plus, the Victoria’s Secret models are doing it, so it can’t be that hard.
Wrong! While it may well be fun, boxing is a total body workout incorporating cardio and strength. In just 30 minutes you can burn between 200 and 400 calories and more importantly, you get to legally punch someone.
It sounds cool, looks cool and is straight out of ancient times. Think Spartans and Shaolin monks, and you’re in amazing company. It used to be about using body weight exercises like push ups, lunges, jumping jacks, squats and planks to craft a rock hard, lethal, war-ready body, but these days, it’s mainly used to look cool AF doing flags on social media.
On the plus side, you can still achieve a rock hard body or get into the army. So many choices…
A full body workout specifically developed by a Greg Glassman combining cardio, weight lifting, gymnastics, core training and more. Thees high intensity workouts are usually 45 minutes to an hour and are very group focused.
There’s a Workout Of the Day (WOD) consisting of a set number of reps of four or more exercises to be completed in AMRAP (as many rounds as possible). Its followers are extremely dedicated, and if you haven’t already been invited to a box, chances are you probably live in one.