Mountain Climber

Workouts with Mountain Climber Exercises and Burpee

Edward Massey • April 12, 2017
HIIT Tornado Challenge #1 (old) by Sarah Kusch
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1. HIIT Tornado Challenge #1 (old)
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Keep your body and mind guessing with back to back strength and cardio internals in this challenge HIIT workout. Sarah designed this workout with optimized interval blocks to enable your body to burn calories post-workout by entering into a state of EPOC (excess post-exercise oxygen consumption). Be sure to drink plenty of water during and post-workout.
2. Train and Transform: Strength Workout 1
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Join Jenny and Wayne for an intense strength building session designed to work the lower body, upper body and core with 15 challenging moves. Get ready to challenge your body and feel the burn!
3. Train and Transform: Plyometric Workout 2
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In this session, Jenny and Wayne take up the intensity from your first plyometrics session. Get ready to sweat and feel great! Warning - this workout is not suitable if you have any existing injuries or medical conditions that affect your ability to exercise at a high intensity.
4. Bodyweight Lower Body #2
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Lower Body #2 will help you build strength in your lower body, from the core down. With bursts of cardio throughout the workout, you'll also get calorie busting cardiovascular benefits in just 20 minutes, using only your body weight.
5. Bodyweight Total Body #3
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The third Total Body workout of the Evolution6 program is a great one for those of you who are looking to work up a sweat. Keith is upping the ante with more challenging cardio moves and dynamic exercises that help build your stability and endurance.
6. Total Body Boot Camp
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This total body boot camp class requires no equipment and will whip you into shape in just 20 minutes. Sandra Augustin will guide you through four rounds of exercises that get progressively more challenging to tone you from head to toe. Feel free to modify where needed by regressing to the earlier rounds. Sandra is one of the contestants in the next GrokStar competition, so if you love her class be sure to let her know by loving the video, share your "I did this" and commenting below.
7. Let's Get Moving: 10-Minute Low-Impact Cardio
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This low-impact workout will increase your heart rate and tone the body. The heart is the biggest muscle and the most vital organ to our health. By adding a cardio routine a few times a week – you can help reverse sedentary damage. No matter how busy you are, this short routine is perfect to fit into your day.
8. Cardio Combat Boot Camp Workout #2
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It’s time to get your blood moving in Cardio Combat II, the second nonstop cardio workout in Jaime McFaden’s Tone and Trim series! Keeping it old school with classic moves like mountain climbers and burpees, this Grokker Premium video will raise your heart rate and help you slim down. At only twenty minutes, with modifications for beginners and advanced levels, this workout is a great start for a healthy heart.
9. 35 Min. Full-Body Arms Focus Kickboxing Workout | Kick HIIT Day 04
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Upper Focus HIIT is a killer full-body workout designed to target and tone your upper body. We're still going to focus on HIIT cardio and legs but we're going to pay special attention to our chests, brachs, shoulders, tris, and even bis (synergistically). If you're looking for a full-body Kickboxing HIIT workout that doesn't neglect arm work - this is it!!! [Est. Calories Burned: 239-429]
10. When I Say Jump HIIT Cardio Round 2 - Fat Burning At Home Cardio
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There are 12 different intervals of bodyweight cardio exercises. Each interval lasts one full minute. Throughout that minute, we will be calling out either “Jump” or “Down”. When we say “Jump” – stop what you are doing in the middle of whichever exercise we’re on, get on your feet and jump upwards. When we say “Down”, immediately drop to the ground in a high plank, and then jump back upright (essentially performing a Burpee).
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