This workout, though challenging, sounds more intimidating than it actually is. But it sounds cool and gives you some awesome bragging rights for the rest of the day!
If this is your first time doing this workout, stick with the beginner plan. If you've done it before, pick a more challenging option. You'll do the same amount of reps no matter which option you choose, but the difficulty increases as you increase the number of reps during the round. You can always increase or decrease the difficulty as you progress through the workout. Have fun with it and don't forget to smile!
Be sure to set a timer and record how long it takes you to complete the workout. Write it down in your fitness journal so you can compare future times and see how much your fitness improves!
1000 Rep Workout #1
1. 50 Burpees
2. 50 High Knees Run in Place (each leg)
3. 50 Side Jump + Burpee w/ Tuck Jump
4. 50 Elevated Plank Alternating Knee Tucks
5. 50 Jump Lunges
6. 50 Tuck Jumps
7. 50 Overhead Press w/ Left Reverse Lunge and Snap Kick
8. 50 Jumping Jacks/ Star Jumps
9. 50 Overhead Press w/ Right Reverse Lunge and Snap Kick
10. 50 Lying Bicycles (each side)
11. 500 Jump Rope Skips
Beginner: 5 x 10/100 (5 rounds of 10 reps each exercise + 100 jump rope skips)
Intermediate: 1 x 10/100 + 2 x 20/200
Advanced: 1 x 20/200 + 1 x 30/300
Ultra: 1 x 50/500
1. Punch Abs (45 sec/15 sec rest)
Lay on your back, knees bent, belly button pulled down into the floor. Curl your shoulders off the floor, really pulling your belly button into the floor. Exhale and punch your left fist past your right knee and your right fist past your left knee. Roll back down to the beginning position. Repeat for 45-50 seconds.
2. Left Side L's (45 sec/15 sec rest)
Lay on your Left Side, left arm behind your head, right hand on the ground in front of you, stretching out as long as possible, pull in your belly button and tuck in your glutes. Keeping your upper body still and stable, swing your right leg forward as far as possible and then behind you as far as possible. Do not allow your back to sway! Keep the motion slow, smooth and controlled. Repeat for 45-50 seconds.
3. Right Side L's (45 sec/15 sec rest)
Lay on your Right Side, right arm behind your head, left hand on the ground in front of you, stretching out as long as possible, pull in your belly button and tuck in your glutes. Keeping your upper body still and stable, swing your left leg forward as far as possible and then behind you as far as possible. Do not allow your back to sway! Keep the motion slow, smooth and controlled. Repeat for 45-50 seconds.
**Repeat these 3 exercises two more times!**
4. Towel Drag Plank ( 1 minute)
Kneel on all fours with a towel under your feet. Make sure your shoulders are stacked above your wrists and your hips are stacked above your knees. Push your feet out to full plank position, pulling in your belly button and squeezing your glutes. Slide your feet in towards your hands, bending your knees, and keeping your torso as level as possible. Slide your feet back out to the starting position, squeezing your glutes. Continue sliding your feet in and out for the full minute.