Sevens Workout #6
I've combined some of my favorite bodyweight exercises to create this new routine.
Sevens are not for the faint of heart. However, if you are a beginner, you can TOTALLY do this too! Just decrease the number of reps for each exercise and take the easiest modification.
I hope you like my little demonstrator today. My videographer has the flu, so I've been trying to wing it. I figured my willing subject would be better at demonstrating than filming... So this just goes to show that your kids can join you on this workout too!
Round 1: Exercises 1-2
Round 2: Exercises 1-3
Round 3: Exercises 1-4
Round 4: Exercises 1-5
Round 5: Exercises 1-6
Round 6: Exercises 1-7
<<1-2 Mintue BREAK!!>>
Then repeat the entire sequence, working backwards!
*If you're still feeling like you want more, do the entire set from 1-7 and 7-1 with no break in between. That means you'll be doing Donkey Kicks for 1 whole minute when you get to the bottom...
Beginners: 6-8 reps of each exercise (20 sec on timed exercises)
Intermediate: 10 reps of each exercise
Advanced: 12 reps of each exercise, except #1&7 are 30 seconds long
Some water and a towel
A buddy would be nice
A motivating playlist may be helpful too!
30 sec Hallelujah's
12 Alt Jump Lunge and Jump Squat (each)
12 Dive Bomber Push-ups
12 Leap Frogs
12 Quad Push-ups
12 Side Hop Burpee
30 sec Donkey Kicks