Calm and collected is the overall feeling in this workout. It is intense but in order to perform these movements as best you can and to ensure you are providing oxygen to those muscles as they will be needing it, we need to relax the breath and focus on movement pattern throughout!
The timer will be on for 30 seconds per exercise, with 4 exercises combined to make the giant set!
NOTE: the first 2 exercises within the giant set are then repeated again to make the giant set! This allows to focus on the technique and improving each rep if possible than having to think about what might be next!
There will be 2 previews within the rest period and we simply perform these 2 exercises twice!
All you will need for this workout is your mat, a chair and a yoga block/thick book/stepper!
You can place hands across chest, reach for the knees or hands behind head to provide support for neck particularly as you progress through the 100 reps!
Always with bodyweight training, it highlights just how challenging it can be, just how much variation is possible with just your body as resistance but also it definitely highlights skills and strengths we have progressed in and others we still will be improving such as strength moving your body in certain ways, balance, mobility, body awareness (including alignment), core stability and muscular endurance!
Enjoy the sense of freedom with no additional weights and embrace each of these giant sets!!
Always ensure you warm up before any workout. Here’s the 5 Min Warm Up Routine: youtu.be/c0VxUFHdYzs
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