It's not what you're thinking. Trust me, much to the hubs' dismay, I do not spend 20-30 minutes three times a week doing THAT. I'd probably be a much more laid back person if I did yoga so often. What? That's what you were thinking, right?
So if you've seen "ickybella burned 180 calories doing 20 minutes of rolling around on the floor like a weirdo" and were curious (and I'm sure you were, you perv) this is what you're missing. Please prepare yourself for this excitement.
It's four circuits consisting of 8 exercises. It's not a terribly well-thought-out plan, but it's doing the trick for now. I do plan on adding to this and changing the order of/removing some of the ab exercises. It definitely needs more balance.
Circuit 1 Circuit 2 Circuit 3 Circuit 4
Push-ups 6 6 4 4
Squats 19 24 19 19
Sit-ups 21 27 21 21
Dips 13 15 9 9
Oblique Crunches 16 16 12 12
Supermen 6 6 4 4
Side Raises 12 12 8 8
Reverse Crunch 19 24 24 19
Plus a couple of Ab Holds. The end. I've been using the 100 push-ups/squats/dips/sit-ups programs for these and just copying the numbers for things like supermen and side planky things. Tuesday, I was so sore I thought I'd end up taking a rest day but I went for a run anyway. Today, I was still a little sore, so I did day one (look up) over. I plan on progressing with this, but I'm not going to make past mistakes like adding reps/exercises when I'm already so sore it feels like I've done the workout and then some before I started.
I had more to say, but I'm really tired and my neuroses and body-image issues can wait. Good night!