Getting a good night sleep is a rare event when you have very young children and last night I experienced one of those rare and cherished nights.
I woke up this morning feeling refreshed and ready to run a marathon so I felt I should push myself a little harder with my workout today.
The goal is to complete the workout in the shortest time possible.
Always make sure that proper form is kept and always listen to your body.
If you are tired, modify the exercise or take a break.
If you can’t complete the entire set, don’t get discouraged. Just keep track of what you did complete and next time try to beat your score.
Beginner variations are shown towards the end of my video as well as explanations on how to perform each exercise.
Do your best!
Keep track of your time on a clock, interval timer or stop watch if you have one.
Perform 50 repetitions for each of the following exercises.
The goal is to complete the workout as fast as you can, so make sure to track your time and write it down so that you can try to beat your score next time you try this workout.
Listen to your body and take as many breaks as needed, but remember to keep it intense.
Here are the exercises:
1. SL Squats to Knee Jumps (Left) x 50 reps:
This exercise targets the glutes, thigh, and calves of the supporting leg. The knee jump activates the cardiovascular system and adds a power and strength to the lower body.
2. SL Squats to Knee Jumps (Right) x 50 reps:
Same as above.
3. Dive Push-Ups x 50 reps:
This is a tough exercise that primarily targets the shoulders, chest, triceps, and core.
4. V-Crunches x 50 reps:
This exercise mainly targets the core and hip flexors.
Enjoy the workout and don’t forget to share it with your friends.