Pyramidtraining for a fullbody workout… and the timed format of pyramid sets means it is guaranteed that this workout will pass quite quickly yet be very intense at points especially when we reach the 1 minute mark per exercise!
For this fullbodyworkout you will need a pair of dumbbells, your mat, a yoga block and a chair!
The dumbbells Content Creator is using for your reference are 10kg throughout!
The timer will be on for each pyramid set as follows (in seconds):
20 work 20 rest 40 work 20 rest 60 work 20 rest 40 work 20 rest 20 work 20 rest!
CLEAN TO SQUAT
HEEL ELEVATED 1 1/2 REPS
X1 ARM SHOULDER PRESS (same side)
X1 ARM SHOULDER PRESS (switch side)
FWD LEAN BULGARIAN LUNGE (same side)
FWD LEAN BULGARIAN LUNGE (switch)
100 x RENEGADE ROWS:
25 x SINGLE SIDE!
25 x OPPOSITE SIDE
50 x ALTERNATING!*
• yoga block can be placed on back as an option! 😉
For me, We found this finisher one of the most challenging so far! The Renegade Row involves much more than just the back… core and lower strength, stability, support, and control!
But take your time! 100 reps can be split up as you prefer!
The yoga block is an option to test just how little you can resist movement at the hips… harder than it looks! Of course some movement is inevitable but the point is to ‘try’ to resist it!
Have fun and smash it!! We know you will!
Always ensure you warm up before any workout. Here’s the 5 Min Warm Up Routine: youtu.be/c0VxUFHdYzs
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