Workout You’ll do two main blocks, each will have an upper body, lower body and ‘cardio’ movement.
I like to choose these before the workout starts. E.g. Push Ups, Squats and Burpees.
Simply Google any exercises that you’re not sure about. There are loads of ideas and variations.
Next up choose a multiple of 10 between 10 and 60. That multiple is your work time (how long you do each movement for) whatever is left out of 60 is your rest time between movements. E.g. If you chose 40, that would mean 40s of work followed by 20s of rest between exercises.
I like to use a dice for this to keep things random. Now choose your rounds.
If you do three rounds: that means you’ll have three minutes recovery before your second block etc.
If you’re feeling good: go with more rounds, around 3 - 5. If you’re feeling shot from traveling stick to 1 - 2 rounds.
Cool Down Static stretch anything that felt tight during the workout
Now, the cool thing about this is you can select your exercises, work/rest and rounds.
Say you’ve just come off a long plane flight and you’re feeling smashed, choose 1 - 2 rounds of 10s for each exercise.
Maybe you’re stuck inside during a storm and feeling like you need to crush it, choose 3 rounds for 50s for each exercise.
Maybe you’re pushed for time and need to fly through a workout, choose 2 rounds for 60s each exercise and zip though it.
The choice is yours, design and create.
Yes it does take getting used to, but once you’ve made one or two, you’ll always be able to get a great workout in.
1) Warm Up 2) Exercises 3) Work/Rest 4) Rounds 5) Cool Down