12 Days of Fitmas Workout

Dec 5, 2022

 by Kim Bouldin

Ohhh, are you in for a treat today!

It’s one of the most anticipated emails of the year … because it’s got all of the details for this year’s 12 Days of Fitmas Workout!

This is a special holiday workout that will fire up your metabolism and help keep you on track with your goals.

Why create a special holiday workout? Well, first: because it’s FUN. 

And even MORE importantly, keeping your activity level up over the holidays is critical. It will help you:

  • Sleep better
  • Fight off colds & other illnesses
  • Feel more upbeat & relaxed
  • Have more energy

You can do this one solo … or with your kids, family, and friends.

This workout is a total body high-intensity (with lower-intensity options) workout done to the format of the holiday song The 12 Days of Christmas

Here’s how it works:

There are 12 rounds … and every round, you add a new exercise that corresponds to the day it represents in the song.

So, for round 1, you would do 1 minute of marching in place (use those arms to help the the heart rate up!)

Round 2 you would do 2 push-ups + 1 minute of marching.

Round 3 would be 3 lunges (each side) +  2 push-ups + 1 minute of marching … all the way to round 12, where you would do the whole thing from day 12 through day 1.

Listen to your body and take breaks as needed!

12 Days of Fitmas Workout

Warm up with 5-10 minutes of light cardio … walking in place, treadmill, etc., and light stretches (leg swings, arm circles, etc.)

1 min. marching in palce (use those arms to help get your heart rate up)

2 Elevated Push-ups - use the wall, counter, bench or floor

3 Lunges (each side) - option to step back if lunging isn't an option for you

4 Mountain Climbers (each side) - option to do these elevated or standing if needed

5 Biceps curls

6 Step-ups (each side) (use steps in your house or a step stool...you can also take a giant step forward if you don't have steps)

7 Plank Shoulder Taps (alternate which shoulder you tap with your hand...choose your plank level...knees or toes. Elevated planks work too if needed)

8 High Knees (each side)

9 Plank hip dips (each side) - (elbow and knee to start, then lower hip to ground and back up)

10 Jumping Jacks - (step out if jumping isn't a good option for you)

11 Squats - (sit to stand is a great option here). 

12 Walking Burpees - (Elevated or floor)

Be sure to cool down with some easy movement (walking, stretching, etc.) to bring your heart rate down, and then light stretching.

Let me know how you feel after this workout! :)

Make it a great day!

Kim Bouldin

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March in Place

Push up or Wall Push Up


Mountain climbers or Standing Mountain Climbers

Biceps curls


Plank Shoulder Tap

High knees - Tap each knee with opposite hand. This is intended to be low impact - no jumping.

Plank Hip Dips This shows modified side plank...add in the dip the hips towards the floor and back up

Jumping Jack - low impact


Walking Burpees - Can do elevated with hand on counter or table