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Just completed my first workout using the exercises I learned from Bodyweight Exercise Revolution. My first reaction was that I was surprised by how inflexible I was. I’ve been relying too much on pushups, pullups, and squats to get the job done.
Here was the workout:
12 rounds of:
- Feet on Box Hand Press, 45 seconds
- Table Transition Wheel/Table, 45 seconds
- Jump Squats, 45 seconds
2 out of three exercises here are one’s I’ve never performed before. The Wheel/Table exercise was not necessarily difficult in terms of intensity, but it was difficult in terms of performance.
This was the one that required flexibility. However, after a few rounds of the Wheel/Table movement I started to feel my hips loosening up. Then my shoulders started feeling better. By 8 rounds, I was in a pool of sweat.
Bodyweight Exercise Revolution workouts are “sneaky intense.” It’s kind of like Yoga – you don’t expect to sweat, but by the end of the session, you find yourself completely exhausted, yet refreshed.
If you’re ready to incorporate bodyweight training as part of your fitness plan, then you should check out Bodyweight Exercise Revolution. Coach’s Adam Steer and Ryan Murdock show you how to use unique bodyweight movements to lose fat, build muscle, increase strength, improve athletic fitness, and enhance longevity.