Keep your gains even while under self-quarantine with these exercises.Read article
Take our toughest total-body conditioning workout outside this spring! We’ve packed eight high-intensity exercises into one workout using plyometrics, or jumping, movements so you can do this routine anywhere, recruit the maximum force of your muscles in the shortest amount of time, and take your speed and strength to the next level.
How To Do It
Beginners: Start with 12–15 reps; work up to 20 with 20 seconds’ rest between moves. To make it harder, shorten the time you’re in touch with floor. Do at least 2 rounds.
Intermediate/Advanced: Do 20 seconds on, 10 seconds off. Rest only 10 seconds between rounds. Do 3 rounds and work up to 4 rounds.
Model: IFBB Bikini Pro and Olympia 2016 Champion, Courtney King
Hometown: Chicago, IL
Mantra: “Life without struggle is a life without success. Never quit!”
Trainer: Levi James, C.P.T., instructor at New York Health & Racquet Club
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