Welcome back for my latest 30-day challenge!

This month, I'll introduce you to one of my all-time favourite things – something that can change your life completely. Simply by adding direction to your exercise regime.

Get involved and join the community by posting a picture of your workout on Instagram each day and tagging me in.

What are the benefits of Cross Training every day?

There's a lot to love about Cross Training. You don't need a gym membership or any specialist equipment, and can turn it into a real social event.

It'll exercise all your muscle groups, and provides a level of high-intensity exercise that can help you achieve better results.

These are just some of the areas that Cross Training will enhance:

  • Stamina
  • Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Power
  • Speed
  • Coordination
  • Agility

How can I make the most out of Cross Training?

Ultimately, Cross Training is what you make of it. These are my top tips for smashing your first 30 days:

Break yourself in slowly

Here's my extra special plan for your first 30 days of Cross Training:

1: 5 rounds of 10 press-ups, sit-ups and squats2: Run 0.5 miles, 3 rounds of 25 squats3: 5 rounds of 20 lunges and 10 press-ups4: Cardio (equivalent to 1 mile), 1 minute front and side plank 5: Get rested!6: 50 jumping jacks, 25 squats and 20 press-ups (timed)7: Run 1 mile (timed)
8: 1 squat + 1 breath, 2 squats + 2 breaths (repeat to 10)9: Run 1 mile, stopping for 10 press-ups per minute10: 5 rounds of 20 jumping jacks and 10 sit-ups11: Cardio (equivalent to 1.5 miles), 1 minute front and side plank 12: Put your feet up!13: 5 rounds of 10 press-ups, sit-ups and squats14: 75 jumping jacks, 25 squats and 20 press-ups (timed)
15: 5 rounds of 20 lunges and 10 press-ups16: Run 1 mile (timed), 50 jumping jacks17: 5 rounds of 10 press-ups, sit-ups and squats18: Cardio (equivalent to 1.5 miles), 1 minute front and side plank 19: Just relax!20: 75 jumping jacks, 25 squats and 20 press-ups (timed), 3 minutes' jump rope21: Sprint 200 metres, 3 rounds of 20 press-ups
22: 5 rounds of 20 jumping jacks and 10 sit-ups23: 100 squats (timed)24: 5 rounds of 20 lunges and 15 press-ups25: Cardio (equivalent to 1.5 miles), 1 minute front and side plank 26: Rest up!27: 5 rounds of 15 press-ups, sit-ups and squats28: Run 1 mile, 100 jumping jacks
29: Leap forward 20 times, 3 rounds of 50 jumping jacks30: 20 lunges, 5 rounds of 15 press-ups, 10 sit-ups and squats, 100 jumping jacks, 1 minute jump rope

*Calendar inspired by Life Made Full

Keep time

If you see '(timed)' on the calendar, use your smartphone to benchmark your timings and see how much progress you've made next time round.

Eat right

All this extra exercise needs energy. Try my exclusive nutritional therapy programme and get all the nutrients you need to tackle Cross Training with energy and stamina.

Whether you choose to follow this regime or not, exercise is a must for health and wellbeing. Ultimately, all that matters is that you're moving and enjoying it - after all, the key to success with exercise is longevity.

Awakening your body will not only fill you with verve and vitality, it can awaken your mind and help you reach a new plane of potential. Sign up for my unique life coaching programme to discover the mindset and tools you need to commit to releasing your true potential.

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