I realized last night as I was headed to bed that I didn’t type up your conditioning workout yet for today! Sorry! Things have been….BUSY. It has been a long, tiresome week and I didn’t even realize it was already Thursday. Erik started back to work this week and his schedule has been nuts. I am SO glad I’m no longer a teacher. Well, a high school teacher. Just listening to his stories every evening is enough to shoot my cortisol levels through the roof. Strong Figure’s “To-Do List” is three miles long because I can’t just text or email him every five minutes and have him do something for the site like I’ve totally been taking advantage of all summer!
And I’ve been working on getting things ready for my next bootcamp session here at work. I have, if you can believe it, 60 participants signed up for my 6am class (60 people?!?!) and over 20 for my 6pm class. Can you imagine 60 people in ONE group fitness class? I am a little nervous about how that’s going to work out. And starting this at 6am on a Monday morning is stressful enough. We’ll be out of town this weekend and I just hope that we don’t get back late on Sunday night.
So I’m sorry your workout for today is a bit late! But here it is:
3 Rounds for time:
- 5 half-get-ups
- 10 full Turkish Get-ups
- 15 Goblet Squats
- 20 Kettlebell swings
If you don’t have weights, sub negative push-ups for the half get-ups, sub hollow rocks for the full get-ups, air squats, and then lunges.
If you do have access to plenty of equipment, I’ve done a couple tough workouts that have really kicked my butt! Yesterday I did a 14-minute workout where you completed 7 deadlifts (at 60% of your 1 rep max) on all the even minutes, then sprinted a 200m on all the odd minutes.
Last Saturday I did a 20-min “As many rounds as possible” of 5 thrusters, 7 hang power cleans, and 10 sumo deadlift high pulls at 65 pounds. Feel free to give these a go and let me know what you think in the comments below!