Perform the following in as many rounds as you can in 25 minutes.
15 – Pullups
10 – Box Jumps
15 – KB 2H Swings
10 – Superband Presses
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Perform the following in 25 minutes completing as many rounds as possible.
5 – pullups
10 – 2arm KB Clean and Press
15 – 2HKB Swings
20 – Full situps
Perform the following workout in a “count up” fashion. Start with one rep of each, then repeat with two reps of each, then three and so on for a total of 20 minutes. How many rounds can you do in 20 minutes?
– Bear crawl 10 feet then perform a DB Press
– Reverse bear crawl 10 feet then perform a bodyweight squat
– Jumping Jack
– KB Swing
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