I wanted to share a workout format that I’ve been doing with some of my clients this week. It consists of three seven-minute AMRAPs with two minutes of recovery between each. So you would do the first 7-minute AMRAP, take a 2 minute break and then move on to the second. The workout should take 25 minutes total with rest intervals.
This is a high intensity workout. AMRAP means as many rounds or reps as possible so the idea is to go full out for the seven minutes and cycle through the three exercises as many times as you can. You can score your workout by counting rounds and reps completed. Take the first AMRAP for example, if you complete three complete rounds of work, 10 push ups and 5 walking lunges, your score is 3 +15. I love triplet AMRAPs. Just when you reach burnout it’s time to move to the next exercise. It allows you to work at a consistent pace throughout.
I didn’t make a video with demonstrations of the exercises this time but here are pictures of most of them. It’s pretty straightforward for the most part with basic movements. The only really technical movement is the kettlebell swing and here is a great tutorial for that.
As always, I would love your feedback on the workout. Report back with how it goes and what you score!