It’s Throwback Thursday so this is my throwback workout. I spent the evening at my sister’s house, and she cooked me a great dinner (I posted a photo on Instagram). I am using today as a rest day, and I will be filming and posting a new workout tomorrow.
For those of you who aren’t taking a rest day, this is one of my older workouts. This one ends with a…push-up challenge. Are you up to 9 different variations of push-ups? If you are new to push-ups, or just building your strength, challenge yourself to completing as many push-ups with good form as you are able to.
You can start out doing push-ups on your knees, and build up to a regular push-up. Once you have mastered that, progress to some of the alternate variations. With push-ups proper form is more important than the number of reps. One properly performed push-up is more effective than 5 with poor form.
Click the link to get your own Gymboss Interval Timer! Set your Interval Timer for 16 rounds of 10/50. Plus, the 45 pushup challenge (9 different variations of pushups). (time will vary) 1. Heel Touch Squat Jump 2. High Knees 3. Forward Lunge Lift (right) 4. Mountain Climber 5. Forward Lunge Lift (left) 6. Lunge Pulse (right) 7. Russian Kick Up 8. Lunge Pulse (left) 9. Jumping Jack Plank 10. Heel Tap Abs 11. Toe Touch Situps 12. Hip Twist 13. Frogger 14. Side Plank with Elbow Twist (right) 15. Side Plank with Elbow Twist (left) 16. Pendulum Abs Pushup Challenge: 5 reps of each style of pushup 1. Spiderman 2. Walking 3. Chatarunga 4. Leg Lift (right) 5. Leg Lift (left) 6. Jumping Jack 7. Rolling 8. Decline 9. Supergirl