Weekly Workout Schedule

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If you are a member of HIIT FUSION online gym, you will have access to all of the linked workout videos in this post. If you want to join you can now and you will then have access to the workout videos…Jess and I look forward to having y’all workout with us (:

You’ve seen some of these workouts before so we want you to keep a journal for your HIIT FUSION workouts. If it’s a “For Time” workout (which means you have a certain amount of rounds to complete) we want you to record how long it took you to do the workout. If it is an AMRAP (as many rounds as possible in a given time frame) then we want you to write down how many rounds you got through. This way when we do a workout that we’ve already done you can watch yourself getting stronger and faster!

*Don’t forget about the stretch videos that we posted on Friday!

Here are the workouts you’ll be doing this week:

Sunday 01.10:

Active rest day! Do something active – like take a walk or a hike. Or take a yoga class at a local studio. Bring a friend to make it fun.

Monday 01.11:

Complete HIIT FUSION WORKOUT #27 and HIIT FUSION WORKOUT #31

 

Tuesday 01.12:

Complete HIIT FUSION WORKOUT #42 and jog 1 mile. If you can’t jog 1 mile for whatever reason, you can substitute the run with your Home Cardio workout.

 

Wednesday 01.13:

Active rest day! Do something active – like take a walk or a hike. Or take a yoga class at a local studio.

Thursday 01.14:

Complete HIIT FUSION WORKOUT #29 and HIIT FUSION WORKOUT #46

Friday 01.15:

Complete the NEW workout (HIIT FUSION WORKOUT #63) that is posted for the week (: It will be posted Thursday! And jog 1 mile. If you can’t jog 1 mile for whatever reason, you can substitute the run with your Home Cardio workout.

Saturday 01.16:

Complete HIIT FUSION WORKOUT #50 and HIIT FUSION WORKOUT #57

 

*Feel free to mix and match days to make the schedule work for you! For example, if you need to take a rest day on Friday instead of Wednesday just swap those days (:

Put In The Work!

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This post was written by Drew Preiss

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  1. If your bench press usually stalls midway through a rep with a heavy weight, DE can help you develop the speed off your chest to blast through. Heavy training is hard on the joints, but by rotating your main lifts and generally changing up the workouts on a weekly basis, you can avoid the overuse and overtraining injuries that plague so many lifters.

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