Be so good they can't ignore you.
Circuit: Complete 3 rounds of the following exercises as fast as possible.
Rest 2 minutes between each round.
10 Reps Each Side
Exercise modifications: If this is too challenging perform regular push up and or push up on your knees.
10 Reps Each
I’s: Bend forward at the hips, and keep the back straight with a slight bend in the knees. Bring your arms above your head forming a straight line with your body.
Y’s: Do the same as the I’s (with or without weights) but form the letter “Y” instead of an “I” by moving your arms out at about a 45-degree angle from your head. Bring your arms back down to neutral and repeat.
T’s: Do the same with the I’s (with or without the weights), but form the letter “T” instead of an ‘I” by moving your arms out as about a 90-degree angle from your head. Bring your arms back down to neutral and repeat.
If you choose to add weights these should be very very lightweight.
The mental aspect of training is arguably more significant than the physical, and we can trick our mental weakness by making the volume of reps feel easier simply by counting reps backwards. By the time something really starts to burn, you’re at the 3,2,1 stage rather than 8,9,10. Give it a shot.
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