Sometimes the journey towards our goals passes through these stages where it seems like nothing is really taking place. We feel stuck, we might feel like nothing is happening to advance our progress. It’s often in these times that the greatest changes are taking place. So much of this process is about what goes on with us on the inside, and while we stare anxiously in the mirror for evidence of the physical changes, it’s actually what is happening on the inside that is the most powerful. Each day that we find it within ourselves to BodyRock we are building discipline, inner strength, perseverance and our ability to dedicate ourselves to things that really matter. Fat loss, toned muscles and all of they physical rewards of our daily training are really just the by-products of having the inner fortitude to stick it out day in day out. This inner power that we develop has the ability to touch every area of our lives, and the confidence it can lend each of us is truly just as transformative as all of the amazing physical results we experience together. Think about your strength today during each of the 1000 reps and feel the drive of your movements from the inside out – it’s there where your true power rests.
Enjoy your workout!
Freddy, Zuzana, Sean & Kyla
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We have done rep challenges before, but never anything as crazy as this! This workout is comprised of 10 exercises x 10 reps x 10 rounds. This is the mount Everest of BodyRock rep routines so make sure you are ready to hit it hard. Set your interval timer as a stop watch and get ready to move through all 10 rounds of this nightmare as quickly as you can push yourself while keeping proper form. The workout breaks down like this:
10 Squat Jumps with the Sandbag.
10 Push Ups
10 Toe Touch Sit Ups
10 Dips using the Dip Station (or Bodyweight alternative – see the video)
10 Tuck Jumps
10 Plank Jax
10 Split Lunges
10 Leg Drops
10 Squat Thrusts
Move through this circuit 10 times at your max effort and you are done – or should I say wiped out? Please take the time to watch the video – you will get a great little boost of motivation from how hard Kyla and Sean are pushing themselves, plus there is a tutorial that explains each of the exercises including variations for beginners and tips for improving your flow and performance. Kyla and Sean also share their time in the video so if you are looking for a target number to beat it’s in there :)
A quick word to beginners out there… this workout might look intimidating, but we have taken the time to explain each exercise in the tutorial and offer you newbie BodyRockers easier variations. We also encourage you to play with the number of reps. Why not try just 1-2 rounds if you are a total beginner? We are training here for a life well lived and the important thing is taking that first step towards your goals.
Make sure and share your times in the comments below!