Try This Freeletics Workout To See If The Fitness App Is For You


Nick Harris-Fry Wednesday, July 22, 2020 – 20:57 If you like to keep your workouts simple, but still want them to be punishingly hard, then the Freeletics app will be right up your street. While the app?s range of workouts does include plenty of options for beginner and intermediate gym-goers, there are also some savage sessions that will challenge even the fittest of people while only using a handful of bodyweight exercises . The reason for that is the high rep count for each move, exemplified by the Dione workout below. If you?re used to working in sets of five or ten reps or for time with 45-second blocks of work, this is a big step up, especially as you?ll be doing three rounds of the circuit and resting only when you absolutely have to ? there are no scheduled breaks. Naturally, we suggest that you absolutely have to rest when your form begins to falter. Of course you can scale back either the round or reps count to suit your ability ? but whether you?re doing one, two or three rounds, this video with Freeletics trainer Vanessa will help motivate you through it. Just perhaps don?t try to match Vanessa?s incredible pace for each exercise. Freeletics Dione Workout Complete three rounds of the following, resting as required, but aiming to get through all your reps as quickly as you can. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Coach (@getcoach) on Jul 22, 2020 at 4:58am PDT 1 Jumping jacks Reps 75 Stand with your hands touching the back of your head. Jump your legs out to the sides and simultaneously bring your hands down to slap your thighs. Then jump back to the starting position. 2 Chest-to-floor burpee Reps 25 From standing, drop your hands to the floor, then jump your feet back into a press-up position. Lower your chest to touch the ground, push back up, jump your feet forwards to your hands, stand up and leap up, raising your hands above your head. 3 Leg raise Reps 50 Lie on your back with your legs together and extended. Keeping them straight, raise your legs until they point towards the ceiling, then bring them back down under control. See related  Of Course Cycling To Work Is Healthy, But We Were Surprised By Just How Healthy Six Real-Life Benefits Of Cycling To Work Spring Clean Your Bike With This Five-Step Plan 4 Jumping jacks Reps 75 5 Sit-up Reps 50 Lie on your back with your knees bent and your feet planted. With arms outstretched, use your abs muscles to lift your shoulders and head off the ground and sit up so your hands go between your knees to your feet, then come back down. 6 Chest-to-floor burpee Reps 25
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