GET THE BAG WORKOUT FOR MONDAY MARCH 9TH: Today’s session is military specific focusing on your rope climb technique, upper body and core strength. After each rope climb, grab a sandbag weighing between 30-50lbs and do 10x getups (5/ each side). If you don’t have access to a rope, then substitute it with 8x Towel chin-ups. Workout: AMRAP in 15 minutes1x Rope Climb10x Sandbag getups (5/ each side)
Get-up and Run Workout for Monday January 13th You know the motto “Simple yet brutal” and today you’ll be feeling it as long as you push yourself. You will need either a sandbag or medicine/slam ball weighing 25lbs. If you don’t have access to this, you can do this workout with no equipment and it is still a hell of a challenge. For time: 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 Sandbag/Ball Burpee100m run carrying the sandbag or ball. To perform, you will do 10 burpees followed by a 100m run carrying the implement of your choice. Followed by 9 burpees then a 100m run, all...
Workout for Monday October 7th Grab a timer, a sandbag (30-40 lbs / 14-18 kgs) and a flat bench and it’s go time! For today’s session, you will be working on muscular endurance and building those muscles so often used in the Military. The workout below is self-explanatory however don’t be shy to switch the sandbag out with any other implement that you have available (barbell, deadball, ammo tin). WORKOUT : 5 Rounds 1 min Sandbag overhead press1 min flutterkicks1 min bench dipsRest 1 min
Workout For Monday 26th November We are hitting pyramids in today's workout. Alternate between sandbag thrusters and pull-ups beginning with 10 descending down to 1. You will need is a pull-up bar and sandbag weighing between 35-55lbs to complete this workout. The Mile run at the end will finish you off! WORKOUT- FOR TIME:Sandbag thrusters 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1Pull-ups 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 Finish with 1 Mile run carrying sandbag.
Workout for Friday 9th of November Don't retire to the couch this weekend, try this workout challenge instead! For this session, you will only need a sandbag weighing between 20-35lbs. Reset Push-ups: Begin at the top of a push-up and lower yourself right to the ground. Lift your hands off the ground slightly then place them back down and return to the top of your push-up. Reset push-ups are good because they take away any momentum and ensure correct form making these a real killer! See how long it takes you to complete this workout. WORKOUT - 3 Rounds For Time:800m Run30 sandbag...