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Workout Routine for Women: Pink

Workout Routine for Women: Pink

Get Fit like Pink

Over the years, there’s one female rock star who’s managed to stay in amazing shape. In fact, she only seems to improve as time passes, looking fitter and stronger now than she did 10 years ago!

That’s right, I’m talking about talented singer and performer Pink, who’s been able to maintain both her physique and her music career with a little poise and a lot of determination. So how does she do it? How does this 33 year old mother stay in such amazing shape? (By the way, this article is dedicated to one of my biggest Facebook fans who requested this article, so Brenda this one’s for you!)

Well I’m here to fill you in. If you’re looking for a rock star workout routine specifically designed for women, this Pink workout is just for you!

Workout Routine for Women: Pink

Pink’s approach to working out is pretty dynamic. Her personal trainer, one of the biggest celebrity trainers out there, has reported that Pink’s workout routines incorporate a lot of cardio (including outdoor cardio), full-body interval training, weights, and even a little martial arts and yoga. She likes to get tough in her workouts while also having fun, and that’s become pretty evident in the results she’s attained.

How often does Pink work out? Her trainer gets her moving 5 days a week, and he tries to keep her at the gym for a good 90 minutes whenever possible. There’s no denying that this is a real commitment, but there’s a reason she was able to shed 55 pounds of baby weight in less than a year!

So I’ve designed a workout routine for women that’s based on the workout approach and philosophy of Pink. It’s a hard-hitting workout routine, but that’s what you need if you’re looking for serious results. And remember, if you can’t always commit to 5 days a week, do what you can!

For all exercises, I want you to stay in the 12-15 repetitions per set range. This will get you burning a ton of calories and fat while also building muscle and strength.

Pink Workout Day 1

  • 30 minutes of cardio (running or cycling)
  • 30 minutes of my Kick Boxing Workout here, which can be done at home or at the gym (no equipment necessary)
  • 10 minutes cool down (light cardio)
  • 10 minutes stretching

Pink Workout Day 2

  • 30 minutes of cardio (stair climbing or elliptical)
  • 3 sets of dumbbell chest press (view exercise)
  • 3 sets of lat pulldown (view exercise)
  • 2 sets of barbell bicep curl (view exercise)
  • 2 sets of tricep rope push down (view exercise)
  • 3 sets of bent over barbell row (view exercise)
  • 3 sets of dumbbell chest flye (view exercise)
  • 3 sets of woodchopper (view exercise)
  • 3 sets of narrow grip pull ups, assisted if needed (view exercise)
  • 10 minutes cool down (light cardio)
  • 10 minutes stretching

Pink Workout Day 3

  • 20 minutes of cardio (running or cycling)
  • 2 x 25 minutes of my Interval Training Workout for Fat Loss here – this means you’re running through this circuit twice, resting for 3-5 minutes in between.
  • 10 minutes cool down (light cardio)
  • 10 minutes stretching

Pink Workout Day 4




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