For this week’s workout, put 30 seconds on your stopwatch, and get ready to sweat. You have four sets of three exercises plus a sprint, and you’re going to do 30 seconds of each exercise in the set three times through before you move on to the next set of exercises. Got it? Good luck!
This week’s workout is about to be your new favorite workout — promise. Here’s the deal: You’re going to start with 21 reps of the seven exercises listed below, then work your way down by three reps to 18 reps of each, and then to 15, then 12, 9, and so on until you’ve done three reps of each exercise. And then you’re done! Who doesn’t love a workout that gets easier as you go? Good luck!
For this workout, we’re getting back to the basics with five bodyweight exercises that we’re guessing you’ve probably done before. So find a local track, a big field, or an open space somewhere and get ready to sweat, equipment-free.
Your workout looks like this: You’re going to do the five-exercise circuit — squat jumps, push-ups, sit-ups, ski jumpers and burpees — and then run a fast-paced lap around the track (or pick a distance in whatever space you have). Once you’ve done your lap, you’ll repeat the circuit and do another sprint You’re going to do the circuit, followed by the sprint, as many times as you can in 30 minutes. Now, ready, set, go!
This week’s workout is nice and simple: You’re going to complete five pairs of exercises four times, doing 10 reps of each exercise before moving on to the next. Easy as pie, right? Happy sweating!
Find a set of stairs — the Art Museum! Your office building! Your house! — and get ready to run up and down. For the first round of this workout, you’re going to run up and down one flight of stairs, then complete a circuit of bodyweight exercises. Next, you’ll run two flights of stairs, and repeat the circuit, then three flights, and the circuit and — well, you get the gist — until you get to five flights of stairs. Once you’ve completed the circuit after running five flights of stairs, you’re done!
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Your workout this week is extra quick (You can thank me later). Here’s the deal: You’re going to set your clock for 20 minutes — after you warm up, of course — and finish as many rounds of the seven exercises listed below as you can within that time.
Start with one rep of each exercise, then do two reps of each, and then three, and then four, and five, and so on until you reach the end of your 20 minutes. Before you start, pick a number of reps you’d like to reach and push yourself to get there. Maybe you’ll surprise yourself and make it even farther! Good luck, guys. Read more »
For this week’s workout, you’re going to start with a set of four exercises at 25 reps each, then the next set will be four different exercises for 20 reps, and the next set will be 15 reps, and the last one will be 10 reps. Between each set of exercises, for a little bit more of a challenge, hop on the treadmill, elliptical, or bike, and do a one-minute sprint before moving on to the next set.
Here’s where it gets tough: Once you finish the last set, you’re going to climb back up the ladder so to speak, and do each set one more time, finishing with 25 reps of the first four exercises you did. Got it? Good. Happy sweating people! Read more »
For the workout this week, put 30 minutes on the clock and get ready to complete the following seven-move circuit as many times as you can in those 30 minutes. But don’t get sloppy people — you want to be moving fast while also maintaining good form. Got it?
The idea is to work hard, work fast, and push yourself outside of your comfort zone. Simple enough, right? Good luck! Read more »
I’m sure many of you ran Broad Street this weekend, and you’re not quite ready to get back out there and run again (like, ever, maybe). But this workout, which does include of a bit of running (sorry!) will help you recover, ease those sore muscles, and work off the brunch you ate after the big race.
First, you’re going to start with a light jog to warm up and convince your muscles to get moving, then do some easy stride intervals (not a complete sprint, but open up your stride and increase your speed a bit). After you finish your stride intervals, you’ll finish your run with a little core circuit and a really good stretch. We promise, you’ll feel great in no time. Read more »
This week’s workout will target — you guessed it! — your booty. The workout combines single-leg movements, plyometrics, and some cardio moves to get your rear in gear. And trust me: Come short-shorts season, you’re going to be glad you did it. Good luck, Be Wellers!
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