10 Minute AMRAP: As Many Rounds and Rep As Possible

1 Burpee
6 Alternating Lunges
2 Burpees
6 Alternating Lunges
3 Burpees
6 Alternating Lunges
Continue adding 1 Burpee to each round.

How This Works:

10 Minute AMRAP Ascending Burpees
10 Minute AMRAP Ascending Burpees

Set a timer for 10 minutes. Do 1 burpee and then 6 alternating lunges. Do 2 Burpees and again 6 alternating lunges. Keep adding one burpee to each round until the 10 minutes are up. See how far you can get in that 10 minutes.



Starting standing straight, squat down, put your hands on the floor in front of you, jump or step your feet back so you are in a plank, bend your elbows bringing your chest and thighs to the floor, push back up to a plank, jump or step your feet in towards your hands, and finish by jumping into the air with your hands over your head.

Alternating Lunges:

These can be forward stepping, reverse stepping, or walking lunges. Lunges are a variation of a squat. And the same concepts apply – Don’t let your front knee cave into the center, keep your core tight, and chest up. Start by standing straight up, engage your core, squeeze your butt and keep you shoulders down and back. Take a Step forward or backward. Keep the front knee over the ankle with the shin vertical. The back knee slightly touches the ground, behind the hip.  Then press through the front foot to stand back up. Switch legs. Each time a knee slightly touches the ground behind you, that is one rep.