Have you ever wondered if there are any effective workout moves to do in the kitchen while you cook? You probably haven't, since exercising and eating or cooking don't typically happen simultaneously. We were also convinced that these two activities weren't a match made in heaven, and then this video of Claire Thomas, the chef and blogger behind Kitchy Kitchen, demonstrating countertop barre moves with a Pop Physique instructor proved us wrong. Think about it: Exercising is so much better when you don't have to leave the house to do it.
This is especially true in the colder winter weather we're fast approaching (admit it—even leaving bed in the morning feels insurmountable) and especially when we can burn the calories in the kitchen where the food is. So if you want to see results from your workout but are short on time, watch this video to learn some ballet-inspired toning techniques to easily squeeze into your routine without having to change your lifestyle. Once you nail the down the moves from this video, all you need is a solid playlist!
We didn't know we needed a sports bra that looked like a disco ball until we saw this one. The bad news? You'll probably want to get out of the house and be seen with this little number.
Easy application, conveniently portable size, and cute enough packaging to sit on your kitchen countertops with the rest of your condiments. It'll fit right in, so none of your kitchen guests will know the difference.
The chicest of yoga bags. You can bring this into any room in your house to practice your moves, but again, you'll probably want to bring it to the studio to ring in the compliments.