For Time: Descending Ladder - 10 Reps Down To 1 Rep.

Jumping Jacks

Seesaw Lunges each leg

Push Ups

How This Works:

Set a timer/stopwatch and at 3-2-1 Go, Complete 10 Jumping Jacks, 10 Seesaw Lunges with one leg, then 10 seesaw lunges with the other leg, and 10 push ups. On the next round you will do 9 Jumping Jacks, 9 Seesaw Lunges with one leg, then 9 seesaw lunges with the other leg, and 9 push ups. Then go through 8, then 7, then 6.. all the way down to your last round being 1 rep of each movement.


Jumping Jacks:

Starting standing straight with your arms at your sides, jump your feet out to each side while also bringing your straight arms over head. Jump your feet back together bringing your arms back down to finish.

Seesaw Lunges:

One rep is a front lunge directly into a reverse lunge (or vise versa) with out stopping in the middle. Start with your feet together standing straight. With your core engaged and tight, keep your left foot planted and step forward into a lunge with your right foot, bending at the knees, chest stays up, and left knee slightly touches the floor. Push back up through that front heel and squeeze your glutes to stand straight. That right leg swings back up and through to a reverse lunge where your right knee now touches the floor. Your left foot stays in one spot the entire movement. Do all reps on one side, then switch to the other, where the right foot stays planted the entire time.

Push Up:

Starting in a plank position with your hands on the floor under your shoulders, core engaged and tight, squeeze your butt, and stay rigid throughout the movement. Bend your elbows and lower yourself toward the floor until your elbows are at least 90 degrees and then press yourself back up to straight arms, moving your body as one straight line.

You can use the modifications that you need to use for all of these movements.

This will be less than 15 minutes. Maybe even less than 8 minutes.

Embrace the burn of the legs during the lunges and finish strong!

You Got This!