Tonight’s workout is a doozy! I created this workout to exhaust each muscle group. This workout is great for recruiting both fast and slow twitch muscle fibers. This translates to more speed, strength and endurance. It also means that the exercises should wear you out.
No matter what, focus on maintaining proper form for each exercise. This is still more important than speed, even on the plyometric movements. Also, remember to warm up. I warmed up with some jump roping today. I did 300 jumps over the rope, alternating between traditional jump roping (hopping with both feet together) and high knees jump rope every 50 jumps.
I went through this workout twice, and ran one mile after each round. I kept my miles pretty quick (7 minute mile pace). After my second mile, I walked a third mile as a cool down.
I was sure to stretch well after the entire workout: pigeon pose, king Arthur pose, lotus (both sides), and some extended side stretches.
It was an intense workout day, but I feel fantastic, strong and energized!
I hope you all enjoy the workout!
PS Don’t forget to check in on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. The check in posts are a great way to stay motivated and on track. 🙂
Beginner: 10 reps
Intermediate: 15 reps
Advanced: 20 reps
1. Lunge Hop (right)
2. Warrior Deadlift (right)
3. Lunge Hop (left)
4. Warrior Deadlift (left)
5. Jump Squat
6. Dumbbell Squat
7. Lunge Kick (right)
8. Bulgarian Split Squat (right)
9. Lunge Kick (left)
10. Bulgarian Split Squat (left)
4 thoughts on “Lower Body Blast: Burn, Shape & Sculpt Workout”
This is my favorite lower body workout. Felt the burn that’s for sure. Thank you for this workout, I really enjoyed it.
Love this lower body workout, so awesome!
HI Melissa! When I do warrior deadlifts, I tend to lose my balance and I can feel my ankle rolling off to the side. Do you have any tips to improve, or should I just keep trying?
LOVE, LOVE LOVE your workouts – always drenched in sweat by the end of the third round! Thanks!