Posts Tagged ‘circuit training’

For those of you out there who recognize the benefits of sprinting as well as circuit training, this video is for you! This is a fast-paced sprint circuit that can be tailored to your fitness level simply by how many times you go through it! Beginners or advanced athletes on an active recovery day can run through it 1-3 times, while advanced athletes can get a great workout on a heavy day by doing this 6+ times.

So here it is:

50 yard sprint

10 pushups + 10 mountain climbers + 10 frog jumps

50 yard sprint

20 bodyweight squats + 10 reverse crunches + 20 lunge jumps

Rest 2 minutes, repeat!

To watch the video, check it out on my channel on YouTube:

Remember, today is the only day that matters. It’s not what you did yesterday, or what you plan to do tomorrow that counts. What will you do with your TODAY?

TODAY I will make a choice

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Here’s a workout challenge for all my fitness freaks out there! Feel free to modify based on your fitness level 🙂

Ever find yourself on the go or without enough time to get to the gym? Here is a workout you can easily do at home or in a hotel!  Of course, you can always do this at the gym and add things like medicine balls and resistance bands to the workout for an extra challenge. Speaking of extra challenges, I’ve given you a few different levels that you pick from based on your fitness level, strengths, and weaknesses. You can also repeat reps and sets based on your fitness level. Happy training!

Body Weight Workout

Here is another ESF workout for you! This one is a circuit training exercise that is centered around lunges, but works in abs and arms stations as well. Guaranteed to make your glutes, hammys, and quads sore the next day! To make this workout harder, you can add weight to your lunges using either dumbbells or barbell of desired weight, and to your ab workouts by using a medicine ball.

Remember: For lunges, you should never let your front knee extend over your ankle and bend only until both knees are at 90 degrees! Otherwise you risk injury, especially if you are adding weight.

Enjoy the The ESF Lunge Workout 🙂 and let me know if you have questions!