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LOL, that's much better. Might want to extend that rest to stay safe.....just sayin'

17 hours ago, mashmaster said:

Here is a scaled version.

4 rounds

  1. 400m brisk walk
  2. 15 Step Ups on a stair ~6"?
  3. 15 air squats
  4. 15 push press 10# dumbell each arm
  5. 10 push-ups on knees
  6. 15 crunchs 
  7. 2 minute rest

 

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I think the fitness standard should be for one to do their best. And the only way to do that is to do something one enjoys.

For some reason I do not like anything with reps. I would much rather go for a bike ride or a hike. For those that like doing reps, I'm jealous.

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On 10/25/2018 at 3:47 PM, mashmaster said:

Hmmm, a good WOD (Workout Of the Day) would be:

4 rounds

  1. 400m run
  2. 25 20" Box Step Ups
  3. 25 deadlift (barbell or dumbell or kettle bell) weight varied 45# - 65#
  4. 25 kettle bell swings 35# or 55#
  5. 10 push-ups
  6. 25 sit-ups
  7. 2 minute rest

What do you think?

 

What do I think? Well, it brought to my knees. I crashed after round 2. Well, I actually only got 80% of round 2.

My knees can't handle running, so I replaced the 400m run with 15 Burpees.

I did this WOD workout after an upper body workout, so I'm going to try it again by itself. Wish me luck. 

Barry

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38 minutes ago, Eagledad said:

What do I think? Well, it brought to my knees. I crashed after round 2. Well, I actually only got 80% of round 2.

My knees can't handle running, so I replaced the 400m run with 15 Burpees.

I did this WOD workout after an upper body workout, so I'm going to try it again by itself. Wish me luck. 

Barry

Good Job!  I hate Burpees.. those are the worst.I probably would have replaced the 400m run with doing 300m on the rower.

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My fitness goal is challenge myself constantly. Never be in the comfort zone. Fail every day at each activity. Punish yourself with push-ups or slaps when your mind says stop what you are doing. I do running, plank, squat, plank plus push up (hard), side plank push-ups, fingers, wrist, arm stretches and finally relax with all types of pranayama. Constantly add new exercises and rise to the next level. I lost 8 kilos in 3 months which motivates me.

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