August 05, 2022

Mini Movement Challenge – Week 2

Welcome to week 2 of the MOVE Challenge.

We hope that you’ve been loving mixing up your workouts with the KIC Minis.

We’d love to know how you’ve been incorporating them into your routine, so let us know by sharing your #minimovements in the KIC Facebook Community! PLUS doing this means you’ll also go into the draw to win a $200 adidas voucher and Go-To Skin Care Mini Set.

Ready for another week of movement that makes you feel good?

Find out what’s in store for your second week of the MOVE challenge below…

MONDAY: Core Basics

Bringing it back to basics, this ab focused mini will have you working for 30 seconds and resting for 30 seconds. In 2 rounds you’ll smash out bicycles, crunches, inchworms, leg lowers, dead bugs and butterfly sit ups, getting that major ab burn!

Equipment free!

TUESDAY: Booty Barre

Ready to feel it in your glutes? This challenge combines walking squats, pulses, scooters and curtsey lunges to work all 3 of your glute muscles.

Missing a mini band? You can do it without!


  • Mini band.
WEDNESDAY: Thigh Burner

This 5 minute leg burner starts with kneeling to standing squats, followed by reverse and hinge lunges. Finish with fire hydrants for that final burn.


  • Mini band.

If you’re missing a mini band, don’t worry, you can do it without!

THURSDAY: Non-stop Glutes

Get ready to join Steph and lift that heart rate and burn those glutes with this full body workout. This one begins with a barre leg sequence, then transitions into planks and side lying glute work. Finishing with an arms sequence, you’ll then smashing out some final core work to get that finishing ab burn. With the option of adding ankle weights, this one will leave you shaky and strong.

Reminder: with simple modifications this workout can be made equipment free.


  • Chair;
  • Dumbells; and
  • Ankle Weights.
FRIDAY: Super Arm Series

Get those heavy dumbbells ready as you work for 45 seconds, rest for 15 seconds. Beginning with alternating bicep curls, lying chest presses and chest flys, then moving into tricep kickbacks and overhead presses, this one will get those arms working hard!


  • Dumbbells.

We’re all about helping you to eat well without ‘eating up’ to much of your time! That’s why we love meal prepping. Whether you prep breakfast, lunch or dinner, we know you’ll be thanking yourself for getting organised and saving you cooking as often throughout your week. Here are the meal prep recipes we’re loving this week.


  • Basil and Avocado Toast with Boiled Eggs
    Is there anything better than avocado on toast? We think not. Plus avos are going so cheap at the moment which makes this a budget-friendly breakfast too. When it comes to meal prepping this recipe we recommend boiling your eggs in advance and leaving in the fridge cooked, ready to peel and to top your toast with. If you’re someone who makes or eats breakfast at work, why not bring a load of bread, an avo, a bunch of basil and your cooked eggs into work on the Monday. Doing this means you’ll have your breakfast already at work and then all that’s left to do is toast your bread and assemble! P.S. this recipe also works for lunch too!

  • Tuna Nicoise Salad
    Our version of the delicious Tuna Nicoise Salad uses a coconut cider vinegar dressing which helps to support gut healing and the cleansing of the body. When we meal prep this salad, we’ll have everything except for our can of tuna and dressing already tossed together. When we’re ready for lunch then we’ll add the can of tuna and the dressing on top. This is the sure fire way to keep all the other ingredients fresh.
  • Pumpkin, quinoa and Kale Salad
    This simple recipe is rich in vitamin A & C and is packed full of fibre to help support a happy tummy plus is PERFECT for meal prep! Make sure that you add the dressing when ready to eat.

  • One Pot Lasagna
    Who knew lasagna could be prepared so effortlessly over the stove?! If you’re meal prepping for one, this recipe will give you 4 dinners or if you’re feeding 2, double the recipe! It keeps so well in the fridge and reheats perfectly.
  • Mexican Burrito Bowl
    A healthy, fulfilling and a good-for-you burrito bowl that is so simple to whip up! Full of fresh ingredients and incredible flavour thanks to the tasty taco-flavoured seasoning. Our favourite way to meal prep this is by cooking up the mince and the rice in advance so that when you’re ready for dinner and that’s left to do is prepare your salad ingredients. It’s a HUGE time saver.
Basil and Avocado Toast with Boiled Eggs
Tuna Nicoise Salad
Pumpkin, Quinoa and Kale Salad
Mexican Burrito Bowl
One Pot Lasagna

Remember to check in and share all the highs and lows with the KIC Facebook Community, the ultimate destination for support, inspo, and KIC love.

Bring on week 2 of the Mini Movement challenge!