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FiA is Females In Action | September 23, 2017

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Posts By Ginger Snap

Tabata and ladder

June 15, 2016 |

Warm-up together with buttkickers, hamstring curls, high knees, squats, and one lap around a lot.


Jump shots/burpees

jump squats/high knees

Skaters/mountain climbers


Ladder on the hill:  sumo squats/push-ups

Core:  planks/ bridge/crunches


Go to Starbucks!!!:)




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Super Wednesday/ Super Circuit

January 27, 2016 |

What a unexpected gift to look at my weather app and see 48 degrees! It felt great to workout this morning, and most of us had to shed a few layers soon into the first circuit.  Today I wanted us to get a … Read More

Keeping Warm at the Jungle Gym

January 11, 2016 |

Thanks to a great Upchuck-led Q-school at the SC State House, I’ve got some fresh ideas but most definitely a new passion to keep us moving and keep our hearts rates up this morning.  Like Upchuck said, we didn’t get up … Read More

Run, Run Rudolph

December 17, 2015 |

Three PAX  joined me for what I thought was one of the most challenging workouts I have had in a while.  I’ve not been running lately and so pushing myself to combine this much cardio with strength was … Read More

A Whole Body Workout

December 7, 2015 |
  • It was a great morning for now, not to go and definitely not too hot. We were all thrilled to see our friend Stiletto back and to hang out and work out to start our week off right. Read More

HIIT Me With Your Best Shot

December 4, 2015 |

Warm-up for 5 minutes:  Walk around the parking lot once, then jog slowly for the rest of the five minutes.

HIIT Workout of the Day:

Begin with a running suicide, and then begin the intervals of high/low intensity training (30 … Read More

Tabatas after Turkey

December 3, 2015 |

This morning we warmed up our muscles by jogging back and forth our parking lot, followed by buttkickers, high knees, side steps, and one last jog.

Tabatas:  We followed the 20 second on/10 second rest principle for four minutes each … Read More