Congrats to Strong Figure Ambassador / Team Member, Tori Ruckman who was part of the 2nd place finishing team in the Mid-Atlantic Affiliate Challenge (MAAC) this weekend! Way to go Tori!
Want to be the FIRST to get info and give feedback on our Total Health and Fitness Makeover book?
We’ll be reaching out soon for advanced readers for the new book. If you haven’t joined our insider’s group, you can request for special access here: Insider’s Facebook Page. Just curious about the book? Visit its own page here! Let’s get people pumped!
Gettin’ that body ready for summer?
The MH6 program has skyrocketed in popularity this week. If you haven’t picked up your copy of this speed-fat-loss program, do it now while it’s still free.
We have been super busy.
This past weekend Steph attended her USA Weightlifting Level 1 Sports Performance Coaching Cert. She picked up some excellent coaching tips, learned how to teach OLY lifts to beginner athletes, and even learned how to correct her pulls in her lifts. Expect great lifts, great tips, and great future posts to come.
We’ve actually been a little too busy.
Strong Figure Nutrition Coaching is filling up FAST. And we haven’t even advertised it yet. If you’re hell bent on figuring out how to eat, what to eat, how much of what to eat, burn fat, gain muscle, and look great … check out our coaching page and contact us SOON. We have limited space available.
Most of all, don’t forget to exercise this week! Here are your Strong Figure Conditioning Weekly Workouts:
Workout 1: 10 Minutes, as many rounds possible–
- 10 Wall Balls
- 10 Burpees
You can sub thrusters for wall balls if you don’t have a medicine ball, and if you don’t have equipment, you can change the workout to 10 lunges, 10 push-ups, 10 burpees.
Workout 2: 5 Rounds for time–
- 20 Double Unders / 60 Singles
- 10 Weighted Step-ups (5/leg, heavy as possible with good form. Step onto something at a height no taller than your knee)
- 5 Handstand Push-ups (or push-ups with your feet on whatever you use to do the step-ups!)
If you don’t have equipment for this one, sub 20 squat jumps, 10 dynamic (jumping) lunges, and 5 push-ups (however you prefer).
Workout 3: For Time–
- 10 Turkish Get-ups (5/arm or half get-ups if the full get up is too challenging)
- Then 3 Rounds for time of:
- 400 Meter Run
- 30 Hollow Rocks
- 10 Turkish Get-ups
If you don’t have a dumbbell or kettlebell for the get ups, sub 2 minutes (accumulated) of plank holds at the beginning and end of the workout.