I have a new workout for you! Today’s routine was challenging for me! There were a few times that I had to take breaks, before pushing myself to complete the reps. It was a great challenge, and I am glad I pushed through the workout.
I filmed today’s workout for Reps, but it can also be completed Interval Style. Both techniques challenge your body differently. I still kept the rest minimal in between each exercise to maintain a higher level of challenge. Remember, you can always pace the workout for your own fitness level. It’s a great idea to time the workout if you are going for reps. Write it on a calendar or fitness log, and when you repeat the workout see if you can finish faster, or progress the number of reps.
You can always pause the video (or fast forward if you get ahead of me!) Listening to your body is very important when you are working out. It will teach you how much you can push yourself. When you pay attention to your body you will also be able to recognize when you are growing stronger.
I used a stability ball and a dumbbell during today’s workout. If you don’t have the equipment at home, don’t worry! This workout can be done with body weight only. I demonstrate the variations in the workout video.
Have fun with today’s workout!
This workout can be completed for Reps or Intervals.
Beginner: 10 Reps
Intermediate: 15 Reps
Advanced: 20 Reps
Intervals: 12 Rounds of 10/50.
- Lunge Jump
- Down Dog Leg Lift-Right
- Down Dog Leg Lift-Left
- Jump Squat
- Decline Pushup Ab Pull (Frogger Pushup Modification)
- Jumping Jacks
- Side Plank Reach Through-Right
- Side Plank Reach Through-Left
- Overhead Squat
- Pendulum Squat
- Side to Side Mountain Plank