I knew about Crossfit before of course, but never actually took the time to do a whole workout using the correct postures. As I look at myself I am horrified by the way I'm executing the exercises but what the heck I have to start from somewhere. This was one of the reasons why I didn't, at
EMOM(Every Minute on the Minute). It is a training protocol where you complete a specific set of movements or exercises every minute, then rest until the end of the minute, then you start again once the next minute starts. I like this kind of training in particular because I can manage my time in that minute,
We started with a joint warm up and did 5 rounds of 15 wall Ball Shots 10 Box Jumps It had to be done as quickly as possible with minimum or no rest. I must say it wasn't all that easy as I anticipated it, and after that, we continued with a new challenge but
If you are looking to have those 3D abs, this is the way to get it! These muscles help bend your torso to the side, help rotate your torso to the left and right, and perhaps most important, actually act to resist your torso from rotating, which helps to stabilize and protect your spine. I
This challenge is meant for training partners or if you do it by yourself you should probably reduce the numbers by half, but heck, maybe you are a stronger person than me. Every repetition is counted for each person and then the sum has to be the set goal. It took us about 26 minutes
I do this warm up every time you want I want to start working out and is critical to a better performance and fewer injuries but stretching is somewhat of an optional extra - we can do it, we should do it but not doing it will not cause any issues, most times. And I
15 Minutes Workout Insane FullBody Challenge This is the first CHALLENGE that I made and I'm planning to do at least one every week. It's inspired from Crossfit workouts. For many years I was training as a bodybuilder and that was fine except my body was good in doing only one thing, looking good :))).
This exercises will work your chest, shoulders, triceps abs... I added at the end burpee and jumping over the steppers for cardiovascular endurance. Basically a workout for the whole body but focused on upper body development. Repeat this cycle 3 times.