Tonight was a back to back workout again. It started out with a 52 minute Zumba workout. HR was 127 avg bpm, 356 calories burned, & 74% fat burn. It worked my legs and glutes again & these muscles were not happy about it. However I still had one more workout to get through. TRX was formatted a little differently tonight. I personally love it when Becky switches it up. Normally there’s three stations: Cardio, Kettlebells, and TRX. Six at each station and after 5 rounds at one station we switch to another station. Tonight it looked like this:
If you started at Station 1 you were either doing a cardio exercise, kettlebell exercise, or TRX exercise. You did 4 rounds of each exercise before moving to the next station. 40 seconds of work with 10 seconds of rest. I started at Station 2 with the Kettlebells. A breakdown of the workout would be:
- 20 lb. kettlebell for the Goblet Squat.
- Pistol squat (AMRAP full body weight)
- Jump Lunges (AMRAP)
- 20 lb. kettlebell for Swings
- Rollout (AMRAP using full body weight)
- Mt. Climbers (AMRAP)
- 10 lb. kettlebell for Crush Curl
- Row (AMRAP using full body weight)
- Push Ups
This workout lasted for 45 & unfortunately I forgot to start my FitBit at the beginning of it. I only recorded 24 minutes of it. During those 24 minutes I held a HR avg of 110 bpm, burned 120 calories, & 85% fat burn.
Another small moment I want to mention is a friend who saw my AMRAP workout from last Wednesday mentioned how effective it was and thought Sarah (my other trainer) had given us a pretty good workout. When I told her I had created it she told me it was a pretty good one. Her next question made me smile even brighter. She asked if she could share that workout with a friend who doesn’t have much time to get to a gym. I told her by all means share it with as many people as you want to. She was even happy to hear that tomorrow I’ll be posting a new workout since tomorrow’s Wednesday and it’s my self paced workout. I still need to create it but I do know that I think I’ll give my legs and glutes a break.