Grab the weight and use your heels to push yourself back up. At the top of the move, stand tall and flex your glutes.
This next movement will have you sitting down with your chest against the machine's pad. Grab the handles, and lead with your elbows
Assume a staggered stance, placing one foot in front of you and one foot behind you to set up for the split squat.
Maintain a tight core as you hinge your hips back and squat down until your quads are parallel to the floor.
Next up, we have the Dumbbell Shoulder Press. Start by holding two dumbbells up next to your shoulders with your palms facing each other.
Pull the handle out, then straighten your legs fully. Keep your chest tall, and drive your elbows back towards your hips
Get into the proper position by stepping one leg back and the other one forward. With your chest tall and core tight
You can aim for 25 to 30 minutes of steady-state cardio at a pace you can maintain. Or, you can perform intervals by sprinting for 10 to 15 seconds
Walk at this pace up the incline for 15 to 20 minutes, and watch your heart rate go up! If that's too easy, feel free to bump it up to 3.5 mph.