Wednesday WOD: 25th birthday HIIT workout

Hey friends! Happy Workout Wednesday! It’s also a huge day for me, because it’s my 25th birthday!

Twenty-four has been a crazy year. I moved to Texas, joined a new Google team, started a blog and coaching business, and discovered so much about myself. Truthfully, I can’t wait to see what 25 will bring. I’ve got lots of awesome projects in the works that I’m excited to share with you.

But, back to today.

As you know, every Wednesday, I share a workout. So in true Katherine Lynn Fitness fashion, I decided to write up a special workout and celebrate my birthday by sharing it with you!

Wednesday WOD: Birthday HIIT Workout Edition

So, because it’s MY birthday, today’s workout will include my favorite exercises and will play off of the number 25 (cuz birthday, remember?).

We will be working through five exercises, for fifty seconds each, for five rounds, making a 25 minute workout.

In order to complete today’s HIIT workout, you will need a pair of moderate dumbbells (I’m using 20lb dumbbells to complete the workout). If you don’t have any equipment, grab a backpack or work bag and fill it with books. You can use this as a makeshift sandbag. As always, take it to your level. I’ll provide modifications and form cues in the demo video below.

It's my birthday, so today's workout will include my favorite exercises and will play off of the number 25 (cuz birthday, remember?). We will be working through five exercises, for fifty seconds each, for five rounds, making a 25 minute full body HIIT workout.

Oh! If you’re looking for the workout video, I’m sharing it exclusively with my email buddies. My email buddies get my absolute best stuff, including exclusive workouts, recipes, mindset tips, and priority access to all my programs.

So, if you want to work out, real time, with me on this special day, enter your email here. Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll be directed straight to the exclusive workout link.

Let me know if you have questions! I hope you enjoy this one as much as I did! It’s a great HIIT workout to build strength and get your heart rate up.

What’s your workout today!?

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