My laundry workout routine.
When my daughter goes down for her nap, I have two choices: take care of myself or take care of the house. With or without children, I’m sure you know what it means to have little time to get everything done.
With the predicament in mind, I “invented” the laundry workout routine.
You will need to tailor this to the types of clothing and closet organization that you have, but I think you will get the gist after I detail my workout. This makes putting away laundry take a little longer, and the workout less intense, but it gets both jobs done simultaneously. I opted for more simple, weight intensive moves instead of something like cardio or yoga that requires you to stay warmed up. I was actually pretty sore after too!
Shirts | (Alternating) 4 side squat kicks & 2 kettle bell squats
Top Shelf Piles | 10 donkey kicks & 10 fire hydrants
Drawers | 10 triple threats
Dresses | 10 russian twists with kettle bell (each side)
Jackets | 60 second plank
*This is more of a full body workout, but you can switch up the moves if you want to focus on a certain area.