Two sets of:
Perform 30 seconds each of the following movements…
*Station 1 – Banded Palloff Hold (standing, squatting, kneeling – mix it up!)
*Station 2 – Banded Lateral Monster Walk
*Station 3 – Banded Squats
*Station 4 – Side Plank Hold
*Station 5 – Russian Step-Ups

Move through this with as little rest between movements as possible. It should take between 12-15 minutes in total.


Three sets of:
Back Squat x 6-8 reps @ 32X1
Rest 60 seconds
Medicine Ball Hamsting Curls x 15-20 reps @ 2111
Rest 60 seconds
Hollow Body Roll to Superman x 6 rolls each way
Rest 60 seconds

Complete as many rounds and reps as possible in 12 minutes of:
25/15 Calories of Assault Bike
20 V-Ups
15 Wall Ball Shots


For our at-home and travel workouts, please start a clock and allow it to run throughout your training session. The entire session will take 60-minutes or less, and staying accountable to the clock will allow you to maintain the appropriate intensity and stimulus.

When the clock starts, perform…

Two sets of:
60 seconds of Inchworms
60 seconds of Bodyweight Squat Jumps
60 second Plank Hold from Elbows
60 seconds of Bodyweight Alternating Reverse Lunges
30 second wall sit hold
30 seconds of Shoulder Taps from Push-Up Plank Position

Breathe exclusively through your nose throughout this entire portion. If you find that your mouth drops open, you’re going too hard. Slow your pace and resume breathing only through your nose.

When the running clock reaches 15:00, perform the following…

Every minute, on the minute, for 15 minutes (5 sets) of:
Minute 1: 10-15 Dynamic Push-Ups
Minute 2: 30 seconds of Max Reps Down Ups (Burpee with No Push-Up)
Minute 3: 30-45 second Front-Leaning Rest (aka, Plank Hold from Top of Push-Up Position)

When the running clock reaches 35:00, perform the following…

For max reps:
30 seconds of Push-Ups
30 second Superman Hold
30 second Hollow Hold
Rest 60 seconds and complete for a total of FOUR sets

When the running clock reaches 50:00, perform the following…

5-10 minute cool down Jog, Bike, Ski or Row

Breathe solely through your nose and actively work to calm your heart and respiratory rate.


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