Today we’re back with not one, not two, but THREE sample “super short” workouts from Lift Weights Faster 2.
Little somethin’ for everyone today … first one is bodyweight only, second workout you’ll use a kettlebell, and in the third you’ll do a handful of barbell moves.
Before we get to the workouts … Lift Weights Faster 2 has some HUGE value as a workout library / resource. Trainers, fitness pros, workout junkies – this is one you’ll def want to check out. It includes:
– 180 “pick-and-choose” Lift Weights Faster workouts
– A full exercise glossary that includes written descriptions and photographic demonstrations of more than 260 exercises (from classic moves to more unusual ones)
– Access to a limited video library that includes coaching on 25 of the more technical lifts
– Five challenge-workout videos
Learn more about Lift Weights Faster 2 at the link below:
Okay – on to the workouts!
1 – The Expedition (bodyweight only)
Do as many rounds as pretty (AMRAP) of this circuit in 5 to 10 minutes. Take breaks as needed (but try to take them at the bottom of the round).
Step-Up 10 Total
Lateral Lunge 10 Total
Triceps Pushup 10
Mountain Climber 10 Each Side
Flutter Kick 10 Each Side
2 – The Iron Troll (bodyweight + kettlebell)
Complete three rounds of this negative-rest circuit, working for 40 seconds and resting for 20 seconds. Take additional rest, if needed, between movements and rounds.
Goblet Squat with Pulse
3 – The ManBearPig (barbell + bodyweight)
This circuit is nearly a combo. Complete one repetition of the first three movements without putting the bar down. In other words, you’ll complete one deadlift, then one power snatch, then one overhead squat before hitting the pull-up bar. Perform this circuit as many times as possible in 10 minutes, resting as needed between rounds.
Snatch-Grip Deadlift 1
Hang Power Snatch 1
Overhead Squat 1
Now these workouts will take you 10-minutes or less to do … but the full Lift Weights Faster 2 program includes 177 more that range from 10 to 30 minutes in length … and that use a wide variety of different types of equipment.
Again, a fantastic value in this program and a great resource to add to your library. More info at the link below:
Thanks, have an awesome day, and talk soon!
– Forest Vance, MS, RKC II, PCC