Just discovered a cracking combination from
darebee.com that can be done in about an hour (assuming a certain basic level of fitness/competency).
Crop Top Workout (2:30-3:00 per set and 2:00 rest – 15 minutes or so to complete)
Upperbody Forge (as long as it takes, use kettlebells in unbalanced positions for extra credit)
Iron Maiden (5:30-7:00 per set and 2:00 rest – 27 minutes or so for 3 sets)
Mine looked something like this:
Heart rate during Darebee circuits comprising Croptop Workout, Upperbody Forge and Iron Maiden.
The Iron Maiden is tough, try visualising any problems in your life while doing the punches and knee to the groin movements…
I’m not a fan of weight-lifting or hanging out in gyms, and also don’t want to have to lug a heap of equipment round with me (we’ll ignore the mountain bikes and rowing machine, for now) when I move to new projects.
Intervals have featured in my running and rowing sessions, and also form part of the
hundredpushups / twohundredsitups / twohundredsquats / onefiftydips / twentyfivepullups programmes that I have toyed with at various points in the last few years.
When I then discovered kettlebells and
Tabata, what better thing than to combine them? Continue reading “Tabata Bodyweight and Kettlebell Circuits”