Happy Friday everyone!
You've made it to the end of another quarantine-filled work week!
And we've got a super simple (notice I said simple, and not easy...) workout for you.
You should be looking to get 8-12 rounds on this one. Meaning that each round should take you between 60-90 seconds.
The major piece that many will need to scale is the Double Unders. Your probably fall in one of these categories:
1. I can do 25+ Double Unders Unbroken when fresh. If this is the case, you're all set. Get after it as written!
2. I've got SOME Double Unders but I've never done 25 unbroken. This is where you'll need to be honest with yourself about exactly how many double unders you can do consistently do. If you've got a fair number, let's drop the number of reps per round from 25 to 15.
3. I haven't figured out Double Unders Yet/I don't have a jump rope. If this is the case (or if 15 Doubles still seems daunting), we've got two great options. One, you can modify to 50 Single Unders or 50 Lateral Line Hops.
Don't stress too much about trying to get a whole bunch of doubles. This workout is about moving. We want to move for the WHOLE 12 minutes. We want to avoid spending a lot of time with our hands on our knees, or getting 1-2 double unders at a time. Pick modifications you can do consistently and with some intensity.
The videos linked below will help you understand how the workout should look and feel, but if you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out to us here, via e-mail (email@example.com), or through our social media pages (Instagram, Facebook, YouTube).
Need help figuring out a movement? Check out our Movement Demo to see every movement demonstrated for you including possible modifications.
One workout not enough? We've got a strength piece today too! We call these pieces Body Armor and they are a great way to add a little strength piece to each day's workout. Check out today's Body Armor Brief to see what we've got planned!