As one advances with their training people tend to want to experiment and experience new moves and exercises. This way our body is continuously challenged and physical development does not stop. The beauty of our body is in its ability to learn and adapt to new stimuli and therefore continue developing in a better vessel for us to live in.
3 sets of squats, push ups and sit ups
Beginners: 10 squats, 5 push ups, 10 sit ups
Advanced: 20 squats, 15 push ups, 15 sit ups
Superset 1 – 3-4 sets (depending on fitness level); 10 repetitions each exercise
- Romanian deadlifts – RDL
- Reverse crunches – upper back remains planted. Maintain control all the time.
Superset 2 – 3-4 sets (depending on fitness level); 10 repetitions each exercise
- Renegade rows – both arms have to row for 1 rep
- Single leg deadlift
Superset 3 – 3-4 sets (depending on fitness level); 10 repetitions each exercise
- Mountain Climbers – both knees have to touch elbows to count 1 rep
- Hip bridge with leg extension – both legs must extend to count as 1 rep
Hope you enjoy the workout. Video demo of the exercises is available via this link – https://youtu.be/KwfeDEORd0M
Until next time Stay Strong Stay Focused and Stay Safe!