Congratulations – you have reached your last workout of 2010! No doubt many of you will be tempted to skip this workout because it’s New Years Eve – but just before you give in to the voice try and catch yourself. Think about it. What better way to show yourself that you mean business than to find 20 minutes to get your workout done on New Years Eve. That’s hardcore commitment – it’s in these moments when everyone else is on their way to the store for chips, dips and alcohol for the big party that BodyRockers dig in and take the time to get their sweating done.
We are going to be back on the 3rd with the first workout of 2011 – I hope all of you will make a special point of kicking off the year with us then. Until then you guys are welcome to come back and do some of your favorite older routines – be good and enjoy your New Years celebrations! Freddy and I wish every single one of you a blessed and happy 2011 filled with happiness, love and heath.
Zuzana & Freddy
- 1. Ninja Jump Tuckmax. reps
- 2. Reverse Push Upmax. reps
- 3. Snow Boardermax. reps
- 4. Triple Plank Jumpsmax. reps
- 5. Side Crunch (left side)max. reps
- 6. Side Crunch (right side)max. reps
Get your gear for this workout here:
Set your interval timer for 18 rounds of 2 intervals – 5 seconds and 35 seconds. There are 5 different exercises which are all explained in the video above including the easier variations for beginners so make sure to check it out. You will complete the circuit 3 times and your goal is to complete as many reps as you can during each 35 second interval.
P.S. So we went to the fights last night and got to see our friend win which was nice and I have to say that it was really interesting. First of all what I realized was that you don’t need to be necessarily bold and tattooed to be a champion in K 1 The guys with the tattoos and the shaved heads looked scary enough to frightened small children (and me) but it’s all about good training and technique. It was really refreshing to see a clean cut guy who looked more like a tennis player and moved like a dancer kick the other guy’s ass almost without breaking a sweat.
I took just a few pictures with my iphone so they are not as clear, but it can give you an idea of what it looked like. In the photo I managed to capture a K.O. of one french fighter who was winning and dominating the whole match until seconds before the final bell when a stray punch knocked him out. He was down and out for at least a minute which looked pretty scary. You can see the Czech fighter who won the fight holding his son who rushed into the ring after the fight to jump up into his fathers arms. I thought it was incredibly touching.