You guys, this workout kicked my a$$. It got my heart rate up, my muscles were on fire, and I definitely felt it the next day.
I say this several times throughout the video, and I’ll say it again here: Go at your own pace with this. For me, it might take ten or twenty repetitions to satisfy progressive overload. For you, it might take as many as thirty, or it might only take five. That’s fine. One half of progressive overload is progressive. You build up gradually and it takes time.
If you’re a beginner or you don’t have any equipment at home you can do this workout with no weight and no jumping, so there is no excuse not to try! Let me know how you did in the comments and I’ll see you with another workout next week!
Single leg deadlift, 10R/10L
Reverse lunge with calf raise and pass under, 10R/10L
Goblet squats, 20
Curtsy lunges, 20 alternating
Heel to ceiling, 20R/20L
2x through, with 5 pop squats between each move
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