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5 rounds of:
Carefully select weights that challenge both lift and hold- adjust by round as needed; Set-up, brace, and move like you mean it. Soft equals sketchy, and careless equals useless; Focus, lock-in, don’t under-lift, and don’t over-rest.
If suitable weight kettlebells are not available, get creative and make it work with what you have. If dumbbells are available at suitable weights, elevate them off the ground to mid-shin height using plates or blocks.
Complete in order, and uninterrupted. If rest is needed, keep it short and specific (3 breaths/ :15 sec. or less) and taken only during lunge. Standardize movement, standardize breathing, mind your mind; Every good rep should look and feel the same.
Lunge: Position governs weight. If range changes, or mechanics break, adjust accordingly and continue safely.
Airdyne: This is a sprint, not a jog. Drive forward, and empty the tank. Switch from all-fours to arms-only in no less than 5-calorie intervals
360 sit-up: If over one year attendance, switch directions in each rep.
And then, “Time under tension”:
Abmat sit-up is any variation you choose, and adjusted between them as desired. Mind position and mechanics, and draw value. Keep rest to :15 sec. or less, no more than twice.
Reminder! (Almost) all movements referenced above are linked to high-quality video demonstrations/ explanations!
Please use them to your advantage!