Instant training improvement tips: Home Fitness Workout Challenge #3

January 21, 2014

An ‘at home’ exercise regime might be the most ‘honest’ portrayal of health and fitness as it acknowledges the need for ‘purposeful’ training. Without the costly equipment found in commercial gyms the individual exercises at home using a ‘back to basics’ approach that satisfies the important needs of physical activity but without the expense of memberships. This savings can immediately be applied to areas such as a healthier diet and more balanced supplement plan, as well as more time to enjoy other elements in their life.

However a ‘home gym’ is not quaint pastels and the drone of television but a place where goals are met daily with the ‘magic elixir’ of a determined and venomous effort. [Tweet this NOW!]


Home Fitness Workout Challenge #3

USPlabs Home Fitness Workout Challenge #3 [Tweet this NOW!]
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• Jumping Jacks – 30 seconds
• Push-Ups | Press-Ups (fisted) – 30 seconds (minimal 30)
• Pull-Ups (one hand width spacing) x 15
• Hammer Curl x 16 (or preferably hanging leg raises for 30 seconds)
• Burpee’s x 15
• Cossack Squats – 60 seconds (quick tempo i.e. minimal 30)


Each set will take slightly more than four minutes. Rest to the five minute mark and repeat. Perform for one hour straight or one set on the hour for twelve hours of your day.


For more advanced athletes, perform 15 continuous sets over one hour.
• 450 push-ups | press-ups
• 225 pull-ups and burpees
• choose ‘hanging leg raise option


How to perform Cossack Squats



Prepared by John Davies


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