Exercising outdoors adds a whole new set of challenges that your body critically needs to stay responsive. (Think instability and wind resistance.) This plyometric outdoor workout will surely make you sweat, using high-intensity Tabata training to burn every last bit of energy and then some. Gregg Cook, a trainer for Daily Burn and Equinox Fitness in New York City, has laid out a deceptively simple plan, demonstrated by Shredz ambassador Genevieve Ava, using compound and plyo moves to push your whole body into the red zone.
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How to Do it: Do the exercises in order with your maximum range of motion and speed, performing as many reps as possible in 20 seconds (except where noted to do a different rep scheme). Take a 10-second break, just enough time to record your reps, then begin next exercise. Rest up to 2 minutes, then repeat the circuit two to four times.
Our Model: Genevieve Ava; Hometown: Menifee, CA; Occupation: Shredz Ambassador, Online Trainer; Instagram: @GenvieveAva
“Hard work never goes unnoticed.”—Ava