Bodyweight Circuit this morning in a local gym. This was an AMRAP (See the definition of AMRAP below.)

Time required: 25 minutes

  • No rest between exercises.
  • Complete circuit as many times as possible in 25 minutes.

Exercise 1: Dumbbell Clean 
25 pound dumbbells
10 reps
Exercise 2: Kettlebell Swing
25 pound kettlebell
20 swings
Exercise 3: Swiss Ball Pike Roll-out
10 reps
Exercise 4: Kettlebell Bottom-up Press
20 pound kettlebell
10 reps each arm
Exercise 5: Row Machine
50 row sprint (as fast as possible)
Exercise 6: Toes To Bar
5 slow reps with proper form

 

Movement explanations:

Exercise 1: Dumbbell Clean 
25 pound dumbbells
10 reps

Exercise 2: Kettlebell Swing
25 pound kettlebell
20 swings

Exercise 3: Swiss Ball Pike Roll-out
10 reps

Exercise 4: Kettlebell Bottom-up Press
20 pound kettlebell
10 reps each arm

Exercise 5: Row Machine
50 row sprint (as fast as possible)

Exercise 6: Toes To Bar
5 slow reps with proper form

 

AMRAP: (Taken from mensfitness.com) “As Many Rounds As Possible. Complete a circuit as many times as you can within a given time frame. For example, 6 minute AMRAP: 5 deadlifts, 10 pullups, 20 double unders. When 6 minutes is up, record your total rounds completed. Note: AMRAP may also mean ‘as many reps as possible.’ ”

Make the time. Do it for yourself.
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