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Running / August 2017
Ali Cerasuolo, Global Newsroom

PowerMoves to Work Out Your Lottery Anxiety

The jackpot is growing … and so is our nervous energy leading up to Wednesday’s big lottery drawing.

The third-largest jackpot in U.S. history is causing impulse ticket-buys, wishful thinking and serious anxiety across the country.

There’s no better way to deal with frazzled nerves than a workout to take your mind off your (hopefully) lucky ticket.    

The odds of winning the prize are one in 292.2 million, but this workout has a 100 percent chance of making you sweat and easing your stress over the $650 million jackpot.

We worked with Barry’s Bootcamp instructor Keoni Hudoba to create a six-movement bootcamp-style workout to kick your body into high gear and your anxiety to the curb.

“Bootcamp style workouts engage the entire body the entire time,” he says. 

“The benefits of continually switching up your routine is 'body trickery' – moving the body in ways it wouldn't necessarily move and engaging muscle groups you might not always work.”

Instead of chewing your fingernails or tapping your foot for the next 36 hours, put your nervous energy to work with this PowerMoves workout.  

Hudoba selected a variety of exercises to work your entire body (none that require any equipment), and he revealed the muscle-working, calorie-burning benefit for each. 

How it Works:

Grab your Powerball ticket and compare to the graphic below. Match the numbers on your ticket to the movements in the graphic, and complete that number of reps for each movement.

Need more?  Repeat with another ticket!

Jumping Lunges

“These are amazing for elevating the heart rate, engaging the core and strengthening the legs.”

Bicycle Crunches: 

“Try choosing a song that gets you going and start extremely slow, then move to double time, then blast out another double time from that. This move will chisel those abs in no time!”

High Knees: 

These are killer for balance, torching calories and tightening the core.”

Hill Sprints: 

“Adding incline helps with tightening and toning the legs as well as hitting those glutes.”

Backwards Hill Run: 

“This drill is great for strengthening the hamstrings and calves as well as improving mental focus.” 


“The burpee hop elevates the heart rate, and one minute of non-stop burpees is sure to torch the calories.”

Have you tried our PowerMoves workout?  Let us know by tweeting @Reebok!

Running / August 2017
Ali Cerasuolo, Global Newsroom