Freddy here Friday is Brutus day. People find it easier to slack on Fridays, but it seems sometimes that the week is full of Fridays. I read recently that a new habit takes 21 days to take hold, and unless you have crossed over the threshold and turned the corner to the point where your training has become synced into your day, it’s easy to fall prey to a million reasons to skip your daily BodyRocking practice.
Get your mind around the “short intense” part of this. We have honed down these workouts to 12-15 minutes, and they cover your full body for maximum fat loss, tone and conditioning. Showers can take longer. Having a cup of coffee can take longer It’s almost a ridiculously short period of time, but a perfect amount to get your sweat on and accomplish something life changing. Give yourself this time – make it a priority in your life.
We were thinking that it would be helpful for all the new BodyRockers out there if you guys could share your experiences on how you turned the corner and made BodyRocking a part of your day. What strategies did you use to form the training habit? Please share in the comments below
Freddy, Zuzana & Sean
- Split Squats50sec.interval
- Ugi Plank Hip Thrust50sec.interval
- Plank Jumps50sec.interval
- Ugi Toss50sec.interval
Get your gear for this workout here:
This workout is 12 minutes long full body interval training. Set your timer for 12 rounds of 10/50 seconds intervals. You will go through the circuit of 4 exercises 3 times and your goal is to complete as many reps as possible during each 50 second interval . You will have 10 seconds of rest in between to write down your reps. Check out the workout breakdown to see what equipment you need for this workout.
Split Squats – 12-11-10
Ugi Plank Hip Thrust – 18-16-15
Plank Jumps – 12-11-10
Ugi Toss – 16-14-13
Push Up Crawl – 10
Ninja Tucks – 11
Crawl Push Up – 8
+ Burpee for Erin
Watch the video above to see the workout and instructions for each exercise and proper form.