It’s workout time! One round of today’s workout will take 15-Minutes to complete. It can be repeated to increase the intensity & burn.
Jesse & I did this workout with our Boot Camp Class this week. In class we did two Rounds, focusing on maximum repetitions with good form. Even when you are going for speed, you want to make sure you are focusing on form, because that is what yields the best results in your aesthetics and strength.
I was exhausted when I filmed this workout, but I felt so much better after I finished. Pushing through the workout really improved my energy & helped me stay productive for the rest of the day. Working full time can be a challenge to your workout program at times. Sometimes you just feel tired. As you get into the habit of working out you will find that your mood and energy improve with your workouts. Sometimes knowing that is what gives me the push to get in my workout on a day that I might have skipped otherwise.
What gives you the push to workout on days when you are tired?
I do want to point out that some days your body does need the rest more than it needs a workout. Fitness should be something that helps keep you in tune with your body’s needs. Recognizing the difference between tired/unmotivated and true fatigue/over-training is very important. You should incorporate at least 1 full rest day into your weekly schedule.
I hope you all enjoy today’s workout! Have fun & really push through this one!
Interval Timer: 15 Rounds of 10/50
Beginner: 10 Reps, 30 Seconds Timed Exercises
Intermediate: 15 Reps, 40 Seconds Timed Exercises
Advanced: 20 Reps, 50 Seconds Timed Exercises
- High Knees
- Pendulum Squat
- Crunch & Tap
- Mountain Climbers
- Table Top Hip Thrust
- Squat Jump
- Rotating Pushups
- Lunge Jumps
- Side Plank Hip Drop-Right
- Russian Kicks
- Side Plank Hip Drop-Left
- Frog Hopper
- Alternating Runners Lunge Reach
- High Knees
Repeat the Entire Workout 1-3X for Maximum Results