This workout is a challenging and powerful way of burning fat rapidly.
It utilises the principal of TUT training (Time Under Tension). This relates to how long the muscles are stressed under tension. To train muscles appropriately they need to be exposed to tension for certain periods of time that will alter the effect and even the muscle fibres recruited.
1-20 seconds relates to Relative Strength (ie your strength relative to your bodyweight). This is most important for power and explosive athletes or sports people, whether it be boxers, MMA fighters, rugby players, and even footballers (though football is often incorrectly considered to be more of an "aerobic" activity, it really is a succession of sprints and therefore does require levels of relative strength).
Got a bit of extra time to do a full body workout?
Try this one for size…I have included links to YouTube clips of instructors whom I respect and where the form and technique are described well.
A1 Hindu Push Ups –
Do this for 60 secs, now take 1 minute rest then move to…
A2 Wall Squats (RKC style)
Do this for 60 secs, now take 1 minute rest then move to A1. Do this 3 times and then move onto B series.
a super quick fat burning workout that requires no kit (by that I don't mean
perform it naked, though, go for it, as long as you are at home
mean it requires no equipment.
30 mountain climbers
20 push ups (off a wall, staircase or sofa if
10 Star Jumps
Rest 75 seconds exactly
Repeat. 3 times.
Make sure to warm up thoroughly first
Get ready for a fun, effective and challenging workout that is different every single time !
This is such an effective workout, and you can either aim to work thru the entire deck or just do as many cards as time allows.
Grab a deck of cards, shuffle them, and deal out a card. This is your first exercise. Now work your way thru the deck !
♣ are squats and
Ask any of my clients and they will tell you I love Ladder Training. It can by turns build strength or conditioning, depending on the way you approach it. I find descending ladders are great for conditioning and fat loss and are psychologically easier to do than ascending ones.
Here is a great one a few of my willing victims have been doing of late...
Week 1: Do 17 push ups, rest, then 16, rest, then 15, rest etc etc till you get to 1
Rest as long as it takes to make sure the push ups are of a good quality.
Right, put down that chocolate orange NOW! Here is the workout that will boost your metabolism, build muscle and increase stamina. . .
Bodyweight workouts don't need to be boring, you just need to mix them up a bit. Try this one - with a fewmodifications you can reallychallenge yourself. . .
1.STUTTER SQUATS- SQUAT A QUARTER OF THE WAY DOWN, THEN COME UP. REPEAT 3 TIMES AND THEN DO A FULL SQUAT. AIM TO DO 12 (3 QUARTER SQUATS AND ONE FULL SQUAT COUNTS ASONE REP!)
NOW MOVE ON TO EXERCISE 2.
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Here is an absolutely terrific exercise for strengthening the quadriceps. This exercise has been the the torture, umm...exercise of choice of many a ski instructor.
I particularly like this as a beginners exercise because it is isometric and therefore the risk of injury thru bad form is limited and it is also a good starting point for some knee rehabilitation programs.
The set up is with your back flat against a wall, knees at 90 degrees and elbows raised in a Cossack style position.
Hello everyone and welcome to the workout of the day.
Today I will introduce you to the famous Hindu push up, popularised by wrestler Matt Furey, but a staple of Yogic practice for some time.
This exercise is phenomenal for shoulder stability, core activation, endurance and flexibility. It is the Yin to the one arm push ups Yang (one arm push ups are optimal for developing power, the Hindu push up is optimal for endurance and flexibility - hamstrings, hip flexors and spine).
Feel like your push ups need a little lift, try this little routine to take them to a new level.
5 explosive (or one arm) push ups
10 seconds recovery
10-12 incline push ups (feet elevated)
10 seconds recovery
Finish off with as many normal push ups as you can do.
Take two minutes recovery and then repeat again.
Do this 3 times!
This little routine takes care of a lot of different muscle fibres, from explosive to endurance and can take the boredom out of a normal push up routine.