Its time to “Claim Your Mile!” Be a part of our community as we put pedal to the metal in an effort to beat our personal records on the bike! Take the floor easier today and save your energy for bike rounds.
Get ready to build strength for the largest muscles in your upper body!Today we’ll focus on going a little heavier as we alternate between pushing and pulling exercises every round on the floor.
Stack 90/15 utilizes giant sets to completely fatigue one muscle group before moving onto the next - 5 exercises in a row targeting the glutes and 5 in a row for the quads.
Our goal in this workout is to go after an extra muscle pump by “flexing” our weights up and down rather than using momentum to move the weight. Focus on moving through your exercises at a controlled pace and making a mind-muscle connection.
· Muscles Used: Core, Abs,Obliques
· Equipment Used: Kettlebell, Dumbbell, Med Ball
Today your abs will receive an added challenge as we incorporate resistance equipment to familiar core movements. We’ll push the bike pace and grab weights on the floor to help bring out the definition in your mid-section.
· Muscles Used: Full Body
· Equipment Used: Mostly bodyweight, explosive exercises
Speed and power moves are tough to maintain for a full 60 seconds, that’s why we are breaking them up into 40 second bursts today. Plyometric focus on the floor, fast pace on the bike -- strap on your heart rate monitors and set your calorie watchesit’stime to sweat!
· Equipment Used: Barbells, Dumbbells, Kettlebells
This full body strength routine is split up into 3 sections: upper body pushing exercises, upper body pulling exercises and lower body moves. At the end of each lifting section we'll challenge your muscular endurance with a 60 second isometric hold!
· Equipment Used: Dumbbell, BOSU, Bodyweight
Challenge yourself by focusing on bike RPM's today and maximize every second of work on the floor. Stay focused and go for as many reps as possible each round.
· Equipment Used: Dumbbell, Barbells, Dumbbells, Stroops
The sticking point is the toughest part of the lift where your body feels like it is going to get stuck in the exercise (ex. Bottom of the Squat or the Pullup) Today we’ll find new strength by working through the sticking points of each exercise.
· Equipment Used: Dumbbells, BOSU, TRX
Use this dynamic workout to uncover hidden weak points and give your muscles a break from yesterday’s lifting focused class.
· Muscles Used: Full body
· Equipment Used: Barbell, Dumbbell, Stroops
Today’s workout will train your entire body with an added form and technique focus on the pulling movements that strengthen your upper and middle back!
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