New York City outdoor workout with friends!

When it's Summer in NYC, for me there is n better combination than meeting with friends and doing a New York City outdoor workout! One time, our dear friends Ricardo Baldin and Jeanette Linderberg, joined my love Fabio Nunes and I for a nice week of training and eating good food.  I get to see them only once in a while, so it was another reason to really enjoy our time together.

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Fabio and Ricardo at the Elevated Acre in the financial district NYC.

Ways to work out outdoors in New York City

There are a LOT of ways to do a New York City outdoor workout:  biking, playing ball, skating, running. And there are a lot of places to do it so too!

After a great smoothie in the morning, we all went for a cardio training that takes only 15 minutes of your time! The goal is to keep your heart rate a bit at a certain level that helps you sweat and burn fat. After all is a great way to raise your energy levels for the rest of the day.

We also had a little fun doing Yoga poses ( Asanas ) and helping each other to improve our technique. We went to the Elevated Acre in the Financial District to do this workout.

 

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Eating healthy after a workout

I am proud to say that our post New York City outdoor workout meal was amazing! : Chicken legs, sweet potatoes, spinach egg whites omelet with avocado topping and arugula salad. Every single ingredient was organic and chicken was free range grade 2. All made with love and care by Fabio's talented chef hands. He is a Model Chef after all, who has cooked many delicious dinners for foodlovers around New York City :)

 

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Riding a bike in New York City

The other day, we rode city bikes and took the East River cycling route with destination: Central Park. The ride was just so enjoyable, the temperature during the day was perfect and it really got into my senses the whole experience exercising, and enjoying the view, good weather and company. We even bumped into few Brasilian friends that were doing exactly same thing as we were: two girls on their skates while the third one was running alongside them. The bike ride was about 7 miles , Uptown to Central Park, and back home with a few stops to enjoy our favorites places in the city. Like the Italian meca Eataly on 5th av and 23rd st - were we went to recharge our fuel with great food.

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When at the park it was easy to have a good time!

 

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At Central park - inspired by kids playing around - soft strenght training.

 

Outdoor work outs with friends are fun

Gather a few friends, get inspired by the good weather and push each other to reach your goals! Share your knowledge and experiences - all that, and relieving stress at the same time! Above all Summertime is here to raise our spirits in a positive vibe !! I strongly advice to stay active,  moving your body every chance you get! That's the way I'm gonna spend my next days, what about you guys ?? ;))

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Follow me and Fabio on instagram for more workouts and healthy foods:

@CarolFontaneti & @1FabioNunes

Stay focused,

XoCarol ;)

First published in 2015, updated in 2019

 


Self MOTIVATION

Hi again, beautiful OYL readers... I'm posting this for myself as well as anyone of you who may read it.

Motivation

You see, WE ALL NEED MOTIVATION. Daily. Hourly, even minute by minute! So I'm going to open up my personal (very new) 'Yoga' Diary, for you to see here & it's very honest! I hope it will help to inspire you to a little extra 'self-motivation' for something you want this year.

Each year goes by. Every year (at Xmas-time, I think :( ohhh no, another year I didn't do my yoga), this is victim mentality. Even WORSE LOL, I get jealous of 'downward dogs' >>> ACTUAL DOGS stretching in the 'downward dog' posture.  Quite ridiculous isn't it? Yes hilarious.

So FINALLY, here I am kicking some butt, up it goes! YAY! Practicing yoga & it feels soo good! I'm super busy. I don't have time & have 100 excuses, believe me. I prepare three loving meals a day for my family, making everything from scratch, juices & smoothies daily, fresh bread, muesli, run kids here & there, work as a model, am writing books, shop in about 5 different places to get all the best prices & organic produce I can... rave rave, the list goes on.

If you want something though, YOU CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN. If you really want it, you will make it happen. 

This is what I really want. It may take 10 years, but to make it happen I'm going to need to practice today, tomorrow, & every other day until it does. Best thing is. Every moment I do it, of every day I make the time for it, I LOVE IT. IT'S SOO WORTH IT.

Personal Goals

Same goes for anything really, what is it that you really want? Maybe it's to eat healthier, run 3 x per week, learn to surf, horse ride or waterski. Perhaps it's to grow organic vegetables. Choose a personal goal. One you've wanted for a long time & set small, achievable goals. Before you know it you may be growing so many vegetables you have a stall at the farmers market! Who knows? In the meantime you'll be enjoying yourself.

Inspire yourself by purchasing a nice diary which suits the theme of what you want to achieve most. For me it's yoga, but I'm also adding other exercise notes to it. Overall, my theme is wellbeing & fitness.  PERFECT ;)

Click here to watch an amazing yoga video ... If you are like me, YOGA is what you crave right now. Very inspirational!

LET'S MAKE OUR DREAMS COME TRUE.

Love and Chocolate,

xoxo Abigail O'Neill

PS. Thank-you to Wellbeing for such a perfect diary!

First published on January 31st 2012, updated in 2019


Get the right running shoes for you

I have been trying to improve my running skills for the past years ,and I have learned and experimented with things that really makes "the ride" more enjoyable. Usually listening to the perfect playlist, having good earphones and controlling your breathing were the first steps I had in mind, but it seems to be not enough!

The right shoes for running

I have found out that wearing the right running shoes is mandatory if you're looking to have the perfect run. In the past, not only did I not ever get a good run but also and most important: I could injury my body pretty bad.

So I did some research and visited couple shoe stores  to find the right running shoes. After a treadmill test, I had discovered my feet were over pronators, which basically means that I strike the ground with my heel and it rolls inward onto the front... Then I bought the model with most support on the back and construction to wrap up my mid foot giving it a glove- like fit. Stability and support are strict needed in my case.

See back support of my right running shoe
See back support of my right running shoe

Get yourself a good posture

Also because all of that, I have started to rebuild my sense of good posture, as before I did not have good shoes, but now feeling confident and protected by my new companions, I gained the consciousness on how to move my whole body. In my daily walking routine I  have been trying to correct some mistakes made in the past by continuously repeating bad habits -  it's not as easy as it seems-determination and focus are keys to success!

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THIS video shows how I do walk on regular basis

THIS video shows how I used to walk over pronating my feet

You might also have either over pronation or under pronation. If you're lucky, you have a neutral running gait. Check your most worn running shoes soles to see which kind are you, they should look like one of these:

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The most damaged area are the ones in RED

Don't forget to ALWAYS stand on both feet!

And good luck running with in your perfect gait!

xo Carolina

 

 

Edited. First published on March 24th 2014.


Fitness Food: Teff Pancakes

Teff Pancakes: an all-time favorite fitness food breakfast meals. Sometimes I put in some extra cacao or coffee powder, blue berries, coconut or bananas. You can top it off with whatever you like as long as it fits your diet. Just go wild!

Enjoy!

READ MORE ABOUT THE ANCIENT GRAIN TEFF ON ORGANICEYOURLIFE.COM

Teff PanecakesFirst published on December 28th 2012, updated in 2019

Teff Pancakes
a great breakfast to give you energy throughout the day

Author:
Cuisine: fitness food
Recipe type: breakfast
Serves: 1

Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 

Ingredients
  • 1 cup Teff flakes (Even though teff is the healthiest, you can substitute this for another whole wheat flour )
  • 1 Tablespoon Cinnamon
  • 1 Pinch Nutmeg
  • 1 Pinch Salt
  • 1 Tablespoon Honey
  • 1 Whole Egg
  • 5 Egg whites (less eggs if you don't want the fitness food version, just adjust teff and water accordingly)
  • ⅔ Cup water
  • yoghurt
  • almond butter
  • fresh fruit

Instructions
  1. Put all ingredients into a blender and blend them up to a silky smooth mixture.
  2. Slowly heat up a pan with some coconut butter or butter in it.
  3. Pour your pancake mixture into your pan, put the lit on it and slowly let it cook on half power/gas.
  4. You can flip it over when the top starts to solidify.
  5. Top it of with some white almond paste, fruit and/or some fat free Greek yoghurt.

Notes
You can add spirulina, coconut flakes, cacao powder or coffee powder to the fitness version of this pancake.


Teff, the Love Grass

You got to love grass.. but just the right one! Common names for Eragrostis tef include teff and Williams Lovegrass. Teff is an ancient cereal native to the northern Ethiopian Highlands of Northeast Africa. It is very versatile, may promote weight loss, is great for athletes and vegetarians, is gluten-free, and tastes good!

Small seed: Great Nutritional Value

Teff is a cross between wheat and grass. Teff is a type of grass that is considered a "whole grain" cereal. The word “Teff” is an Amharic word that means "lost". The name was kept for this grain for being so tiny, that if dropped, the grains would be close to impossible to retrieve. Because the beads are so small, it is not possible to peel them before they are milled. Teff flour is always whole wheat flour, which means that it is rich in dietary fiber.

Teff nutritional value consists of Proteins and an excellent balance of Amino acids. It is actually a much richer source of essential amino acids than wheat or barley. Teff also consists of Iron, Phosphorous, Magnesium, and Copper. It is also extremely abundant in healthy Manganese, and extremely low in Cholesterol, Saturated fat and Sodium.

Teff and Weight loss?

More and more people are looking for weight loss diets. For many years most of them learn to live with the fact that some fats they consume are bad for the body and others are good. Similar characteristics of carbohydrates are being discovered. Scientists consider it likely that the food sources that do not raise your blood sugar levels too much are less likely to be stored as fat AND maybe can even burn fat! By a steady release of glucose over several hours, Teff may help to suppress hunger, preventing you from overeating. Foods that suppress hunger are believed to be able to promote weight loss.

The Teff Athlete

The great success of the Ethiopian athletes Haile Gebrselassie and Kenenisa Bekele by themselves are partly attributed to teff. With its low Glycemic Index, teff provides a continuous supply of glucose to the body over several hours. it has slow digesting carbohydrates and contains a lot of iron, which unlike iron from other cereals is well absorbed into the body. These properties make teff suitable as nutrition for endurance athletes.

For athletes a high iron intake is critical for the conservation of red blood cells. A high number of red blood cells improves the intake and release of oxygen, which is directly related to the endurance and fitness. Humans usually compensate their daily loss of iron through meat, since most grains are not the best source of iron for the body. Teff is an exception, so it’s a great source of iron for vegetarians as well. The B-Vitamin complex in teff are important in relation to good energy.

Gluten-Free

Our health and our daily food intake are much more connected than we often like. Unlike 20 years ago the average Westerner consumes consciously or unconsciously a (too) large amount of grain originated gluten. Although teff contains some kind of gluten, it is suitable for people with celiac disease (gluten intolerance), because the gluten in teff does not contain the a-gliadin-fraction that causes a reaction in those with celiac disease. It does however contains all unique qualities that nutritionists find so appealing in cereals.

Gluten is also shunned by another group: People who simply think gluten encourages weight gain and who claim to feel more energetic when they don't consume it. They say humans didn't evolve the ability to digest certain domesticated grains containing gluten, and that avoiding gluten leads to more energy, better absorption of nutrients, and loss of excess weight.

So some people prefer a mostly gluten free diet because it has a positive effect on losing the last bits of stubborn belly fat and has a positive effect on their energy level they claim. A strict gluten-free diet forces you to stay away from some refined carbohydrates that can lead to weight gain. Could this just be where the weight-loss secret lies?

Possible Ways of Enjoying Teff

The flavor and aroma of the whole grain are mild, nutty and slightly sweet. It is similar to millet and quinoa in cooking, but the seed is much smaller and cooks faster, thus using less fuel.

Teff is an extremely versatile grain and one should not fear from experimenting in the kitchen. The easiest way of incorporating this food into your diet is by making use of teff flour. You can use teff flour for baking an apple pie crust or even for waffles and pancakes. You can even use boiled or steamed teff as an alternative to rice. Teff is also an extremely tasty and healthy grain to make porridge out of. All you need to do is add some crushed nuts and fresh fruits to your cooked teff. It is also extremely tasty to make in stews and even stir fries. Or you can make Injera, a typical Ethiopian flatbread that is on their menu daily.

RELATED: Teff Fitness Food pancake recipe

Teff Panecakes

READ MORE: Could Teff find foothold in warming California?

Sources

Eragrostis tef – Retrieved from Wikipedia:

Teff – Retrieved from Wikipedia:

Teff – Fitness Republic:

Teff voor een smakelijk glutenvrij leven – Teff Centre:

Is gluten making us fat? – Men’sHealth

First published in 2012, updated in 2019


EXERCISE = EMPOWERMENT

fitness-motivation3Lets talk about exercise! No rather... let's talk about EMPOWERMENT and how wonderful it is to feel powerful, healthy and sexy (or beautiful) in one's own skin.

I've always been an exercise lover. From quite young I loved horseriding, swimming, running long distances and dancing. I always wished I was a ballerina. More recently I've enjoyed mastering the art of surfing my 9.4 longboard, and probably less than I'd like, practicing yoga. Then I wrote a book! Yes, talk about a lot of sitting, eating, and radiation! I now well and truly know how that feels. In the last 3 years I certainly have exercised a lot less than I like to recommend, and, for many days, even weeks, I skipped exercise altogether. The awful thing is - the less you exercise, the less you feel like exercising, and the worse you feel all over - all of the time! The great thing is - The more you exercise, the more you become utterly addicted to the wonderful way you feel in all aspects of your life, and in every moment of the day or night! ;)

Most recently, I've been tapping back into my usual obsession with exercise... and LOVING IT. I've began Bikram Yoga once a week, throwing in the odd walk and surf, and its working wonders on my perspective, body, and strength.

Here I am trying on a new sporty outfit on my anniversary last week! I felt so so good!... EXERCISE truly does = EMPOWERMENT! I wore it to a local Bikram class, and I'm sure it helped me perform with even greater stamina! The more I exercise, the prettier and more energetic I feel which in turn makes me want to exercise more; which then makes me feel more satisfied and excited about life. This is the power of exercise. Let's tap into it!
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EXERCISE creates a dynamic shift in the way you feel. Don't think about it, 'just do it' as Nike says, and when you 'lose your breath', be sure to 'find your answers' ~ image Abigail O'Neill for Lorna Jane active wear - 2009

And remember... we're not living in heaven, so there'll always be some aspect of PAIN in a day! You choose. I choose. We either choose "Joy now (sitting around, choosing not to exercise), pain later (feelings of 'fat', 'ugly', 'moody', 'unhealthiness')" OR we choose "Pain now (exercise!), joy later (incredible feelings of 'elation', 'beauty', 'body acceptance')" – hmmm what's it going to be today?... I must confess after all that typing, I'm desperate for a beautiful walk in the fresh Winter air!

Stay well, strong, spoiled!! xxx Love Abigail


IMG model prep Lonneke

IMG Model Talk 2012

In August 2012 I spoke at the IMG model Prep 2012, an event organized by IMG models for their young models who will experience New York Fashion Week for the first time. The past years this event has become a solid part of preparation for Fashion Week by IMG, with great speakers, healthy food, nice drinks, and great goodiebags for all the models!

People speaking at the IMG model Prep

* Nian Fish – Producer

* James Scully – Casting Director

* Betsey Selman- Babinecz – Board Certified Clinical Social Worker.

* Lonneke Engel - IMG Model and Certified Health Counselor

*Anne-Marie van Dijk & Amanda Nicole Gilpin – CLEANSE

* Jessica Stam – CFDA Health Initiative Ambassador

Antoniette Costa, who also contributes to Organice Your Life®, also came to watch me speak. Coincidentally me, Antoniette & Jessica Stam went to Jimmy Fallon and Dinner with a friend of ours just last week!

Lonneke, Jessica, Jackie, Antoniette
Lonneke, Jessica, Jackie, Antoniette

IMG Model Prep booklet

they also make a cute booklet for everyone each year with my tips in it, and information for everyone about the people speaking, but also on health stores, doctors, and other important phone numbers.

IMG Model Prep book 2012
IMG Model Prep book 2012

I have done this now I think 4 times in a row, and I really enjoy doing this!

READ MORE: IMG Model Prep 2011

Models listening at IMG model prep 2012
Models listening at IMG model prep 2012

MY IMG model talk 2012

My focus was that the girls should see themselves as a business women, and that they should take care of their bodies as businesses. The better the organize their lives, the more chance they have to have a successful, long lasting career. The most successful girls in this industry, like Gisele & Heidi Klum, are true business women. While you can never know what fashion designers and casting directors want that season (meaning: if you will be picked or not) You can do your part by making sure you are taking care of all the things you do have a say in. Like eating healthy, and being prepared by bringing healthy foods with you. If you don’t eat (cause you think that will help you stay in shape during fashion week) think again: nobody is going to book the girl who looks tired and has no energy. Also important: Make sure you have all the things with you at shows and castings that you need, like a phone charger. Being prepared is key. Jessica Stam, who spoke as well, put emphasis on being on time. And David Cunningham, who initiated these meetings years ago, also said: “If you get 10 shows or not one, it does not matter. We. Don’t. Care.” That’s so nice about IMG models, they think longterm. Any girl that was present yesterday, can depend on the trust of their agents even beyond fashion week. And that they can call them throughout Fashion Week, and anytime, with anything. If they are waiting too long for a casting, or they have to see a doctor, the agents are there for them, and that is nice to know! I wished them a lot of luck in their career!

READ MORE: IMG open to all

Goodie bags

At the end, all models got a personalized goodie bag. and I got one too as a Thank You! What was in it? So many awesome things!

IMG goodie bag
IMG goodie bag!

My favorite was the black skinny Rag & Bone jeans in my size!

Other things: Uggs, Converse All-Stars, Mavi Jeans, Makeup by Covergirl & Lancome, Zumba fitness DVD's, Reebok Easytone top and pants, BR Guest gift card, Calvin Klein nude thong (u need to wear nude underwear as a model going to do shows and castings). This was a very valuable goodie bag!

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Jessica Stam speaking at IMG model prep 2012

Afterwards a few models came to me and thanked me for speaking. And that they felt so much better and less scared about Fashion Week. And that to me is the biggest reward of doing these speaking engagements. Looking forward to more in the future!

Follow IMG Models and New York Fashion Week on Twitter!

Love, Lonneke


Lonneke for SI

My 1 day food diary

May 22nd 2012: I decided I want to get in my best shape for my vacation. I will be going to Ibiza beginning of June! I want to get in best shape possible for my bikini those days of course. So I decided to keep a food diary. Food and work out is a big part of looking great! So I am going to go for as close to 100% eating perfect, and working out every day. Plus I will get some great treatments, to improve my appearance.

This is what I look like right now:

Lonneke by JBC
Lonneke for JBC

Not bad, I did this job in Corsica a few weeks ago, but I am noticing I am not as toned as usual. And a bit pale :s. I have been working too hard on organiceyourlife.com I have not worked out as much! Bad girl...  I want to get back to my Sports Illustrated shape as below!(with the tan preferably ;) ):

Lonneke for SI
Lonneke for Sports Illustrated 2010-2011

That means I have to be tough on myself! No chocolate all the time, eating healthily and also moving my *ss more! You have to work for result... So, I am telling you exactly what I am doing coming weeks. What do I do to get in Top Shape again? I will show you my improvements, and you will also get to see what I eat, and how I change in shape and how my skin will improve! Trust me it will happen, just from one day, you already start having hydrated skin if you drink a lot of water...  We can all look great then coming sunny days!

DAY 1: To start off, I am making it very difficult for myself, as today right away I am taking a flight to across the Atlantic Ocean! But I took the time to wake up (if I get up fast I am tired all day, so I wake up early and take some extra time to just relax in bed before I get up) . I saw all the support tweets and messages and got excited! I started the day with a shot of Chlorophyll on an empty stomach. In the USA it is easy to get, it is the same as in a wheat grass shot, try to find it in your local health store. Chlorophyll is critical in photosynthesis in plants (absorption of energy from light). Then I looked what I still had in my fridge... And made a smoothie! Smoothie: Banana, coconut water, fresh lemon juice, flax seeds.

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Banana- coconut -lemonjuice-flaxseeds-smoothie

Workout: 25 min treadmill. I hate doing things for prolonged periods of time. but running while watching something on the iPad is good, and I put my favorite dance music on when I jump on trampoline. I DON'T like work out but I know that every time I start I get in greater shape and feel great after, like I can conquer the world. And feeling sweaty feels good too (release of toxins from your body) It makes your skin soft and nice too! At noon I went to get a nice facial at Tracie Martyn. Getting facials makes your skin glow! Deep cleansing and microdermabrasion. Find a good place close to where you live.

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Tracie Martyn Salon NYC

For lunch: I was cleaning out my fridge as I am leaving today. So I made soup!

Soup by Lonneke
Soup by Lonneke
Vegetable Soup 1

Author:
Recipe type: soup

Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 

Ingredients
  • water
  • salt
  • pepper
  • soy sauce
  • sesame oil
  • chopped fresh parsley (lots of it)
  • chopped fresh cilantro
  • chopped tomatoes
  • chopped onions
  • rosemary
  • oregano

Instructions
  1. saute onions in a pan
  2. other stock put add water, salt, pepper, soy sauce, chopped tomatoes, parsley, oregano, rosemary, onions, sesame oil.
  3. After 30 min, when soup is done, serve and let cool off
  4. add cilantro for flavor and as garnish.
  5. enjoy!

I also snacked on a honey glazed nut crunch thingie:

honey glazed nut crunch snack
honey glazed nut crunch snack

and I drank this drink:

Mamma Chia drink
Mamma Chia drink

I made a salad to go to the airport, which I ate: romaine lettuce, walnuts, cucumber, yellow peppers, a few pieces of old Gouda cheese, grapes, olive oil, salt, pepper, cilantro, parsley:

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Day 1 Lonneke 2weeks2fitness dinner

During the day if I felt hungry I snacked on some cherries, grapes and nuts. I took a flight from NYC to Amsterdam with KLM. Before that I took a 30 min back massage at Express Spa. You know the one where you sit in a chair and they put their elbows in your back. I love it! So I fell asleep easily on the flight and got a few hours of sleep on the way over. Day 2: I landed in Amsterdam at noon. I went to the hotel. When you are running around you sometimes forget to eat, therefore it is always good to have some sort of snacks with you, that you can eat while on the go.  I went for lunch: a nicoise salad with grilled tuna. Then I walked around the "Vondelpark" with my nephew Navy and his father (my brother-in-law Michael Lamey) for a few hours. We were so tired when we got home as it was so sunny and warm too! I also had to carry Navy, on my back or in my arms, so that was a great work out. For dinner I had a couscous salad with grilled shrimp. And a decaf latte (sorry I could not help it it helps my digestion after a flight) I was so busy all day doing fun things that I forgot food. i just made sure that when I ate, it was delicious! Tomorrow I am going vegetarian I think. I hope they have some good options at the shoot... Day 3: Sorry I did not update this day earlier, but I was shooting today for a campaign with Dutch top models Cato van Ee & Sophie Vlaming.

Lonneke & Cato
Lonneke & Cato

in the morning I ate breakfast in the hotel: 1 banana, 1 slice of bread, a few strawberries, fruit yoghurt, green tea, orange juice, 1 hard boiled egg.

Breakfast Lonneke 2weeks2fitness Day 3


Get FIT out of your suitcase

In recent years, I travel a lot and I lived out of my suitcase and hotel room in and out for many years.

In my spare time I did not always have time to look for a good gym and I do not always know the area where I stay, so I had to do it with the resources I had.

It is always nice to be physically strong, and to continue to feel natural and off course mentally prepared for what lies ahead in terms of work.
So I devised a workout that you will be able to train your whole body at once. This workout takes no more than 30 minutes and you have little or no equipment needed.

Enjoy!

Warm up / 3 to 5 minutes:

The purpose of the warm-up is to increase the blood flow to all parts of the body, to "warmg-up" the muscles and loosening the joint areas. Start out at a very easy pace, gradually increasing to a moderate rate. Any activity that involves movement for the majority of the body parts will suffice. You can chose for running instead and/or jumping jacks.

1. Diagonal Pull with standing forearm

Good for your backmuscles, abdominals, buttocks and shoulders:

Lie on your stomach and support your right forearm on the floor. Then lift your left arm and right leg strengthened until they are parallel to the floor. Tighten your back and hold this posture. For the second position, lift your right arm and left leg up (after you've lowered the other of course).
* Put each position 3 times and hold still for 10-15 seconds.

Rest for 45 seconds between sets.

2. Dipping between highchairs
Good for your arms, chest and abdominals:

Set the dining chairs facing each other so that the seating areas are parallel to each other. Then put your hands on the seat of the chair, bend your upper body slightly forward and bend your arms and legs. Extend your arms until they are almost completely straight.
* Do two or three sets of 8 to 12 repetitions.

Rest for 45 seconds till 1 minute between sets.

3. Conversely butterflies with or without water bottles
Good for your shoulders and backmuscles:

Take in each hand a full half liter bottle of water, put your feet shoulder width. Stand with a straight back and bend forward from your hips until your torso is parallel to the floor.
Lift the bottle up until your arms are parallel to the floor. While lifting up keep your arms up for three seconds and after let them down. Please note that your back remains straight. If you do not  have bottles on the side, it is okay to do this exercise only is it most important to do the exercise four times as quietly doing.
* Do three sets of 8 to 12 repetitions.

Rest for 45 seconds till 1 minute between sets.

4. Cycling from elbow to knee
Good for your oblique’s and abdominal muscles:

It is intended that this exercise to go around and sails and the hull is going to run for the oblique abdominal muscles. You go flat on your back with hands behind the ears. Then pull your left leg up and do a knee bend to 90 degrees with the same leg. The other leg is left behind. Touch your left knee with your right elbow while the other leg extends and so well you do it on both sides.
* Do 3 sets of 15 rep. on both sides.

Rest for 30 seconds till 45 seconds between sets.

5. Jump Start Exchange
Focused on the legs:

1. Take a step forward, bend your knees, bend your upper body. Bring your arms behind you all the way up.

2. Swing your arms forcefully above your head. Put yourself along with your strong leg off.

3. Land with your other foot forward. Bend your knees when landing and use your arms to maintain balance.
* Dot 10 jumps a side. Pull on this exercise so that your shoes have more cushioning and reduced load on the joints.

Rest for 1 minute between sets.

Coolingdown / Cooldown 2-3 minutes:
The cooling down period should be similar to the warm-up, but done at a very easy pace.