Win With These Workouts!
“The Big Dance” has arrived and with it the opportunity to become a Champion… of Fitness, of course!
Don’t let your fitness bracket get busted this year — start out strong with Sweet Sixteen, the easiest circuit in my March Madness Workouts, so you can be sure to confidently take on the challenges of the next round.
The Selection List:
- Pushups (kneeling or standard)
- Wide-Stance Squat with Overhead Press
- Dumbbell Bent Over Row
- Hamstring Hip Lifts on ball
- Forearm Plank Hold
- Walking Lunges
- Cross-Body Mountain Climber
- Squat Jumps or Total Body Extension
- Pushup to Side Plank
- Single-Leg Hamstring Curl on ball
- Pike Pull-Through
- Jumping Jacks
- Lateral Squats
Each round combines various movements that made The Selection List above to create four awesome workouts, each growing progressively more challenging… Just like a Tournament!
Try a new one each week and see if you have what it takes to make it to the Championship round!
Sweet Sixteen: (1-3 sets x 30 seconds per exercise; 15 seconds of rest; with 60- second rest between sets)
2, 1, 4, 3, 5, 13
Elite Eight: (1-3 sets x 40 seconds per exercise; 15 seconds of rest; with 60-second rest between sets)
7, 14, 13, 5, 2
Final Four: (1-3 sets x 50 seconds per exercise; 15 seconds of rest; with 60-second rest between sets)
9, 6, 8, 7, 10
Championship: (1-3 sets x 60 seconds per exercise; 15 seconds of rest; with 60-second rest between sets)
8, 12, 11, 14
In Love & Gratitude,
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