So these past few months have been a world wind.

Covid-19 changed the world – businesses, schools and workplaces were shutdown for months. It essentially put life on hold for millions of people.

Making it work.

Health and fitness have always been very important to me. I try to push myself with each workout – it is amazing what the human body can do if you put your mind to it.

So I made it a point to continue working out at home during the shutdown period.

If something is important to you – you should make the time for it. Especially if it is going to make you feel better physically and mentally.

For the past five months, I have been turning to Google and Instagram to find workouts and fitness programs. One of my favorite resources has been Tony Greco’s Instagram page.

Photo Credit: Matthew Perry

Tony Greco is one of Canada’s leading Fitness Specialist. He has built a successful career on passion, dedication and hard work. His fitness training system gets results – I am one of many who have reaped the benefits of his programs.

Know who you are and what you want.
-Tony Greco

His workouts are challenging but when you are done, it is the most amazing feeling in the world. I have always struggled with form – but his posts are well done – it is like having a personal trainer right beside you.

The TG Metcon is one of my favorites.

What is a metcon workout?

Metcon is a term used to describe a workout involving repeated and/or sustained high-intensity exercises, usually involving weight lifting movements, with short rest periods in order to burn fat or create a “conditioning” effect.

TG METCON: Burn more efficient fuel by using moderate-intensity to high-intensity interval sessions
  1. Skaters Lunges (10 repetitions)
  2. Double Eccentric Push up > Burpee (10 repetitions)
  3. Biceps Curls (2) repetitions > Arnold Presses (2) repetitions (10 repetitions)
  4. Skaters Hops with Dumbbells (10 repetitions)
  5. Dumbbell Swings (10 repetitions)
  6. Dumbbell Front Rack Squats > Back Lunges (10 repetitions)
  7. Mountain Climbers (2) repetitions > Geko Pose hold for (5) seconds each leg (10 repetitions)
  8. Jumping Jacks > Punch (40 repetitions)
  9. Lateral Bop and Weave > Hook Punch (20 repetitions)
  10. Plank > Push up > Toe Tap (10 repetitions)


Natasha | Love yourself first. others will follow.