100 workout
Memorial Day is just around the corner, which means that summertime is on its way. Bathing suit season is almost here. If you, like me, have been putting off getting in shape and are now starting to panic about looking good in your bikini, you might want to give The 100 Workout a try.

The 100 Workout is a fast, all-encompassing workout that any girl can do, at any time of day, and from the comfort of  her own home. What makes The 100 Workout so appealing is the short amount of time it takes to exercise the whole body (glutes, quads, thighs, core, and hamstrings) as well as the convenience of not having to go to the gym.

Thinking of giving the workout a try? Here’s how you do it:

  • 100 jumping jacks
  • 90 crunches
  • 80 squats
  • 70 leg lifts
  • 60 jumping jacks
  • 50 crunches
  • 40 squats
  • 30 leg lifts
  • 20 jumping jacks
  • 10 minutes of running

That’s it! For those of you not used to exercising on a regular basis, I suggest working on one step at a time and adding a step when you think you’re ready. I’ve been doing this workout for a few days now, and I’m sore all over, so it must be working. If you’re looking for an easy way to tone up this summer, I recommend The 100 Workout.

What Do You Think?

What do you think of this workout? Is it something you want to try?

Author: bmmorgan


  1. Laura says:

    ~*THANK YOU BM!!!!!*~

    the video link was a great idea! =*

  2. bmmorgan says:


    Here’s a how-to video for the leg lifts–it’s pretty simple: http://www.howcast.com/videos/117142-How-To-Do-Leg-Lifts

    It’s best to do it all at once, but if you’re like me (and out of shape), you can rest for a minute between each exercise.

    I know it seems like a lot of work, but it’ll get easier the more you do it. And it will be sooooo worth it in the end!

    Hope this helps. :)

  3. Laura says:

    bmmorgan, how do you do the “leg lifts” part?

    and do you do it all at once?
    how much time do you rest inbetween?

    ~*NEED HELP*~!!!!!

  4. Kate says:

    A good thing to do is also add light weights, or incorporating squat jumps once the workouts seems to become not as challenging! But this is a great plan for jump starting an exercise regimen!

  5. Lis says:

    Soo..I have just graduated and will need to get fit for college in the fall just like Tatianna and ..I’m thinking of trying this. I’m lazy, and so it might take some self-motivation, but I think I got this! Lol. I’m athletic, so that should help :)
    Thank yall!

  6. AimeeNoelle says:

    Just read that post now and i’ll be starting to do that workout daily tonight. Thanks for posting it, i’d never thought to work out like that before.

  7. Sari says:

    Wow, this sounds intense, but definitely worthwhile. Very interesting idea!

  8. Katie says:

    I tried this the day that I read it. Now it’s the day after, and I’m super sore! It’s a lot more difficult than it looks, but it keeps you going one step after the next. The numbers really push me to keep going, since I know that the next step has less repetitions. Thanks so much for posting this!

  9. Julie says:

    Good luck, Tatianna! Let us know how it goes :)

  10. Tatianna says:

    I am totally trying thiss! I officially graduated high school today and now have the time to get fit for summer and college in the fall!


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