Just sitting here in my garage, watching a BJJ DVD video and typing up my training for today. 🙂
Today I worked on legs and cardio.
My lungs were really working with the kettle bells. I like that and will probably use them more, especially since I have read a few studies that say kettlebell workouts give you the best bang for your buck.
I don’t know about my choice of words there, but I am only talking about working out.
Here’s the workout (20 min):
30 sec jog/30 sec quick stretch
Jump rope – 3 sets – 100 (regular)
Jump rope – 1 set – 100 (kick outs)
Body weight squats – 12 reps
Body weight calf raises – 24 reps
Jumping Jacks – 100 reps
Dead lifts – 135 lbs -5 reps
Dead lifts – 135lbs – 6 reps
Calf raises – 135 lbs- 24 reps
Kettlebell calf raises – 40 lbs – 1 set left/1 set right
Kettlebell Swings – 40 lbs – 2 sets
Kettlebell Goblet Squats – 40 lbs – 1 set
Quad extensions – 35 lbs – 2 sets
Stretching – 4 min – quads, hamstring, calves and lower back
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