The workout for 7/29/2010. Pretty much an all body weight workout.

Post title: “Push Up, Burpee and Squat Complex”. Why? Can’t think of anything really catchy right now and I have to move on.

Sometime you just gotta move on…especially since I have another post ready to go.

So…”Push Up, Burpee and Squat Complex”…Complicated? No. It’s called a “complex” because there are exercises done as a group. I’m not sure who came up with the term. I could have called it “Fred” but no one would have gotten that one…unless someone remembers an ancient episode (they all are now!) of “Room 222”.

Music: Millennium Party: Funk. Yeah…that bought back memories! T-shirt: Another MMA Elite. I got too many of these!

First: The Push Up/Burpee Complex. 10 Push Ups at each station followed by 5 Burpees. 2 Cycles/No Rest

  1. AirEx Pad
  2. Med Ball Plyos
  3. Bosu Up
  4. Bosu Down
  5. Theraball On Ball
  6. Balance Discs
  7. Cobras

Second: Squat/Burpee Complex: 10 Squats followed by 5 Burpees for 2 Cycles and No Rest.

  1. AirEx Pad
  2. Med Ball Overhead
  3. Bosu Up
  4. Bosu Down
  5. Medball In Front
  6. Balance Discs
  7. Toes Up Squats

Third: Squat/Push Up Complex: 10 Squats followed by 10 Push ups for 2 Cycles and No Rest.

  1. AirEx Pad
  2. Med Ball Overhead
  3. Bosu Up
  4. Bosu Down
  5. Medball In Front
  6. Balance Discs
  7. Toes Up Squats

Fourth: Core/Abs Tabata Style: 20 Seconds to do a maximum amount of Reps followed by 10 seconds of rest. Yea a rest period! We do this for 8 Cycles on both exercises.

  1. Tabata Style Crunches
  2. Tabata Style Seated Leg Raises

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