The summer is coming to an unofficial end with Labor Day just around the corner! Now is the time to sneak in your last weekend at the pool or beach. In case you might be dealing with Hurricane Hermine then the dry swim workout tips below are for you!
Goblet Squats: This move can be performed with a dumbbell or ideally a kettlebell. Make sure to select a weight you’re comfortable with but challenge you at the same time. With your legs a little wider than a traditional squat begin performing a deep squat and pause as the bottom. Go as low as you can while holding the weight at chest level. Rise back up while driving through knees, make sure to keep your back straight and look straight ahead. Do this for 15-20 reps.
Flutter Kicks: Start by laying supine on the floor. Keep your arms straight by your side and keep your legs straight. While engaging your stomach, slowly bring your legs off the floor and flutter your legs as though you were swimming. Make sure the small of your back is pressed firmly on the floor. Perform this action for as long as you can, rest for 30 seconds and repeat for 3 reps.