2 circuits! First circuit aimed towards the glutes and hamstrings, second circuit the back!
This workout will involve hinging during both circuits at points so please take it SLOW!
For single arm bent over rows, you can place non working side hand on opposite knee, lean on a bench or place knee also on a bench if more comfortable for you!
Push ups can be performed on push up bars / hands elevated on a chair!
During RDLs, lower to approximately the knees to feel tension on the hamstrings whilst keeping dumbbells close to the body. You can lower that bit more of you feel confident, upper back not rounding and you are able to maintain form.
Remember every single person will person a movement slightly different, particularly when they have gained the basics of the movement and are able to then manipulate foot stance (toes more in or out), depth (also accounting for variations of weight), holding of weight (dumbbells more infront or on shoulders), grip (a solid grip but relaxing the fingers slightly), and natural tempo they may gravitate towards if no specific tempo is called for. These are the real workouts and We hope to continue to share exactly how We perform the movements so We would say always perform to a rep how feels comfortable for you, particularly the depth and foot stance!
The timer will be on for a majority of the workout 60 se seconds of work with 20 seconds rest inbetween each exercise!
The only deviation from this is the Pullover movement which is 90 seconds in total each time it appears!
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