Strength & Agility Burnout

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AzjJ11lWt8

Equipment Needed: Workout Mat, Heavy Dumbbells

Complete each exercise in the round 4 times and then complete the burnout exercise for 1 minute before moving on to the next round. Each round has a strength movement followed by an agility movement.

Duration: 30 minutes

Workout:

Round 1: Complete both exercises in the round 4x before the 1 minute burnout

  • (10) Shoulder Presses

  • (30) In-In Out-Outs (i.e. right foot over the line, left foot over the line, right foot back, left foot back)

  • BURNOUT: Push-Ups (1 minute)

Round 2: Complete both exercises in the round 4x before the 1 minute burnout

  • (10) Half Bicep Curls (i.e. start at 90 degrees)

  • (10) Mat High Knees (i.e. high knees to the top of mat with quick feet back to the bottom of the mat)

  • BURNOUT: Bicep Curls (1 minute)

Round 3: Complete both exercises in the round 4x before the 1 minute burnout

  • (10) Overhead Tricep Pulses

  • (30) Dumbbell Toe Taps (i.e. turn dumbbell on it’s side and tap toes on top)

  • BURNOUT: Tricep Extensions (1 minute)

Round 4: Complete both exercises in the round 4x before the 1 minute burnout

  • (10) Bent-Over Rows

  • (10) Mat Burpee Broad Jump to Reverse Bear Crawl

  • BURNOUT: Supermans (1 minute)

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