Bunny Slope Workout #1



Hi guys,

I’ve been getting quite a lot of requests for easy to follow beginner style workouts, that anyone can start following. I have a Beginner Cardio and Beginner Strength Series in the ZGYM already, however, it turns out that it still gets people out of breath 🙂 I’m really trying to get you all on the fitness wagon and get you moving, so hopefully this new series is going to accomplish that.

Here’s how you can get started with regular exercise right away

  1. Subscribe to my YouTube channel to get a brand new Bunny Slope Workout every Wednesday.
  2. You can do this workout every day until I post the next one.
  3. Give it at least a few weeks of consistent training and once you start to feel ready for a bigger challenge, sign up for ZGYM and give the 11 week long Beginner Series Program a shot. It will get you into shape for my more intense workouts.




No warm up needed, but you can stretch after the workout:

Cool Down & Stretching


Workout Breakdown

Part 1 – Butt & Legs, you’ll need a chair for support

  1. Ballerina Knee up x 20 reps
  2. Ballerina (feet open) knee up to back leg lift x 20
  3. Back leg lift to front toe tap x 2x

Repeat on the other leg.

Part 2 – Arms, Shoulders, and Back

  1. Weighted Bunny Slope x 20
  2. Upright Row x 20
  3.  Bend Over Row x20

Part 3 – Abs

  1. Supported Sit up Knee Tuck x 20
  2. Wag the tail to Extended Legs x 20 alternating sides
  3. Bicycle x 20
  4. Table top Crunch x 20

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65 comments on “Bunny Slope Workout #1”

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    Private  | 

    Hi Zuzka,

    Just signed up and I’m very excited to start working out regularly with you. Quick question about the Bunny Slope workouts. Do you suggest we do one workout for a full week, or alternate different workouts for different days? Are they designed to get slightly harder with each workout? Thank you!

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      Private  |  Los Angeles, CA, USA

      Welcome to ZGYM! I did suggest that you do the same workout each day of the week when I first started posting these, but now that you have so many to choose from, I would suggest to rotate through them. They do get increasingly more challenging up to #10 every Bunny Slope Workout after that is comparable in terms of intensity. Don’t forget to check out the Beginner Strength and Cardio series to see if you can progress faster and start doing more cardio based workouts.

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    Private  |  Qc, Canada

    Do you have some tips on the way of breathing? I’m not sure how to do it properly…

    Thank you again!

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    Private  |  Orem, UT, USA

    This is so awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Brilliant Idea Zuzka! Luv the tracker, makes life so much easier for me to have it right on the site! Thank you!

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    Private  |  Case Pilote, Martinique

    Easy workout to get back on track. The ballerina exersises gave me a good burn in the back of my thighs and it feels good.
    I’m slowly getting back on track, I’ll do another bunny slope workout soon.

    Thank you!

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    I’m think i’m going to use this as a warmup, but cut the exercise reps in half 🙂

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    hI Z! I have being working out with you for around 6 months now and your regular workouts are still really hard for me. I also just found out I am pregnant and the regular workouts became impossible for me. Any advise ? Any change of a prenatal program in the near future? Loved how strong I became and I wouldn’t want to loose it all these 9 months plus I would like to be strong at birth. Thank you!

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