Friday Fifties

30 Aug

If you ever want to really challenge yourself, try doing sets of fifty for time!

I observed some fellow gym-goers last week completing a similar set of exercises.  I decided to give it a try and see how I would do.  I decided not to time myself but rather set my pace by my perceived exertion, resting when I needed to.  As I was working with a partner (always motivating!) and had to share equipment, resting when we needed to allowed us to keep pace with each other.  I was happy that I was able to complete the circuit and finishing strong.  Next time, I will do it for time.

  • Bench Jumps
  • Pull Ups (assisted)
  • Kettlebell Swings
  • Push Ups
  • Walking Lunges (50 each leg)
  • Inverted Row
  • Prone Hip Extension
  • Ball Wall High Push
  • Burpees

Have a great weekend!

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