What the Friday!?

Today’s workout is going to be a toughy! Prepare yourself for the weekend. Make good desicions and minimize the damage you will enflick on yourself over Saturday and Sunday. Sometimes this is the best approach heading into a weekend.

Total body is today’s focus. We are going to use a technique called peripheral training. In other words going from an upper body movement right into a lower body movement. This causes your heart to work double time to pump blood to opposing parts of the body.

Circuit a:

a1) Push-up with single leg raise

a2) Squat plyo or bodyweight squat

a3) Cobra drill

a4) Alternating lunge or split plyo

Rest 60-90 seconds and repeat for three sets

Circuit B:

b1) Front plank

b2) Pop- squat

b3) Mountain climbers

b4) Burpees

Rest and repeat for 3 sets

Perform each exercise for one minute per round. If you need to modify the exercises, do the harder version for as long as you can safely. Then, regress the exercise as needed to complete the time frame. Thanks for the read and Happy Fitness Friday!

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One Response to What the Friday!?

  1. Fridays are always a tough day to work out, but I just need to remember I’m almost to the weekend! Thanks for sharing this workout!

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