I've enjoyed variations of this little combo for a couple of years, it's always a lot of fun and can even feel a little bit like a game. Most recently a friend and I did the workout for 10 rounds followed by a more focused strength workout. If you have a group, you can even perform this as an interesting relay race. No matter how many rounds you choose, be sure to record the amount of time so that you can see how you improve the next time you give it another try.
A few days ago I had the honor of being the first ever guest on Red Delta Project Podcast. Once again, as when he was recently the guest on MY , we had a ton of fun discussing some of our favorite topics, calisthenics, the , great food, training strategies and more.Team Leader, Matt Shifferle's
At the risk of bragging, it seems like we get around to some pretty powerful stuff in conversations. Hope you enjoy this episode titled "Tackling Bodyweight Training with Adrienne Harvey"! And did I REALLY divulge a fat loss tip? Yes indeed!
Shortly after he attended the I interviewed Matt for Dragon Door and instantly realized how creative, cool, and skilled Matt is, so be sure to check out his extensive website, , and substantial YouTube channel!quite a while ago,
I helped out at a friend's boot camp this past week, and was further inspired by her workout (reverse ladder of drills punctuated with a short run to different exercise stations) to create one of my own. Also brought in an idea from one of Dr. Michael Hartle's football conditioning workouts, the basic formula: drill, sprint, walk back (active rest). Before beginning, make sure to scout out your sprinting "runway" (approx 30 yards, but adjust for your ability) and clear it of rocks, slick spots, etc.