6 Jun

pumps & iron

Slowly—very slowly—I am filling out my at-home workout equipment arsenal. If I had it my way, I’d already have a complete home gym, but $50+ for one stinkin’ kettle bell?? Fitness equipment is not cheap. And I am not rich.

The other day, however, I found this 6lb Bright Pink by ZoN medicine ball at Sports Authority for about $25. The purchase of Bright Pink products helps support prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer and, more importantly, the medicine ball was affordable. And pink. Sold!

For this particular interval workout, I wish I had a 10-lb medicine ball, but I guess that can be my next purchase. And before I describe the workout, check out this awesome camera timing fail:

Medicine Ball Interval Workout

Set an interval timer (download one as an app for free on your iPhone) for 50 seconds of work, 10 seconds of rest…

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