Welcome to the final Workout Wednesday for 2017! How was your year? Did you achieve your health and fitness goals for 2017? Are you progressing forward in 2018? How can I help?
To finish off the year, I thought I'd share 30 workout ideas from 2017. Scroll through, check them out, see if there is something you want to try in 2018 and let me know how it goes. You can always tag me in your posts on Instagram @runningwithollie and Twitter @leagenders
As a reminder, my fitness dice giveaway ends soon, so get your entries in if you want a chance to win. I hope you'll continue to follow along in 2018 for new workouts for the new year!
30 WORKOUT IDEAS FROM 2017 TO TRY IN THE NEW YEAR!
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Happy New Year, friends! Wishing you a healthy and prosperous 2018!
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