Itz Fitness

Itz Fitness!  Here are some of my favorite workouts I’ve either put together, completed, or modified to fit my needs.  *I am not a fitness professional, so as always, be sure to check with your doctor before making any changes to your fitness routine.  However, be prepared to get your sweat on with any of these!


Jamie Eason’s LiveFit Trainer Series

The LiveFit plan is a 12-week series that includes 3 phases: training, nutrition, and supplements.  I followed the training portion, but made my own changes and modifications based on my personal preferences and needs.  Typically, the workouts are to be completed in sequential order as I posted them with no rest days in between.  However, I am a big believer in taking rest days when I feel, so my workouts were not always back-to-back days.  Do whatever feels best to you.  I think this plan is excellent for all types of people: beginners and the workout buffs.  (original workouts can be found here)

*Phase 1*

Week 1:

Week 2:

  • Repeat Week 1

Week 3:

Week 4:

*Phase 2*

Week 5:

Week 6:

Week 7:

Week 8:

  • Repeat Week 7

*Phase 3*

Week 9:

Week 10:

Week 11:

Week 12:

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  14. Hi!!
    I have been scouring the web for realtime fit pregnancy blogs and am loving yours (as well as Annettes)!! There’s a couple of questions that have been hanging over me like a cloud and I have not seen them discussed (if you have, please point me in the right direction!).
    A. What time of day do you work out?
    B. How in the HAY do you keep your motivation to work out with these spells of EXTREME tiredness??
    I normally work out in the evenings but this week I have been a one eyed zombie come 6 PM. I also am VERY quickly winded with this pregnancy so I’m constantly switching from HIIT to the modifier and back to HIIT. I also want to incorporate weight training but do all of my work outs at home as I was originally interested in the LiveFit plan. Just looking for some tips, tricks, and advice;
    Catie <3

    • Usually I workout in the morning before work (5:30am) – I’ve always been a morning person, so that’s nothing new with me. However, I didn’t workout the first four months of my pregnancy and that’s usually when the extreme fatigue sets in. I slowly re-introduced easy workouts (treadmill walking mostly) and don’t workout 6 times a week anymore. If I’m extra tired in the morning, I skip the workout or just do some squats or lunges or pushups or something instead. And I am definitely not doing anything close to HIIT while pregnant 🙂

  15. Hi Lindsay! I just wanted to pop by here to say thank you so much for all your social media shares of my workouts! I hope you and your followers are enjoying them! Loving your blog here, and I am definitely going to be checking out this long list of workouts you have – they look awesome! 🙂 Cheers and happy blogging/tweeting!

  16. Wow.. This is overwhelming! The workout routine is a lot! I don’t know where to start.. I’m a beginner, so I need guidance, to which of these workouts I’m going to follow.. Does it include a meal plan? I’ve read some online, that there are workouts that you need to follow and that includes the meal plans. But, before anything else, I’d like to know where I can your workout routine for starters? Thank you!

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