Get healthier with strength training. Guys, get your desired chiseled physique and Ladies remember, 'strong is the new skinny'. Lift weight and look great!Explosive Speed and Strength by Pace and Go
1. Explosive Speed and Strength
In this first workout of the final week Pace and Go introduce some exploded movements to your session. Exploded exercises, also known as plyometrics, incorporate jumps which force muscles to exert maximum force in short intervals of time with the goal of increasing speed and strength. Enjoy this dynamic and challenging workout.
2. Strength and Agility
In your second session of the final week, Pace and Go are taking you through ten loaded strength exercises including some exploded movements to really challenge your physical and mental resilience - you will really feel like an athlete! It’s time to push your limits even further to boost your confidence, improve your fitness progression, and see the body transformation results you desire.
3. Energizing Morning Workout
Welcome to your energizing morning workout. Ditch the morning caffeine hit, and instead workout with this quick, energy boosting, cardio training, and ab defining class to start your day off right. In just 15 minutes you will be taken through a series of exercises to get your body moving and your heart pump, which will leave you feeling energized and ready to conquer the day. Join John Godfrey in this Grokker Premium Video for his 4 week Total Strength series, and transform your body in just 28 days!
4. 30 Minute TRX Workout
This 30 minute workout takes you through several basic yet challenging exercises on the TRX. Options for all levels!
5. Full body extreme kettlebells interval workout: routine 4
Finish 3 rounds of the given exercises in a circuit manner. Rest 120sec between rounds. Please note that this is an extreme level workout suitable only for people in superb shape!
6. High Intensity Workout with Weights
This high intensity interval training routine is a great way to build your muscular endurance. The workout consists of four exercises - squats, lateral and front drags, and lunges - that will strengthen the entire body. The exercises are performed with a sandbag or powerbag, but you can use a dumbbell. The benefits of training with a sand bag are that because it does not have a fixed, rigid shape like a barbell or dumbbell, the neuromuscular and metabolic challenge is greater. Lifting a sand bag requires you to recruit stabilizing muscle groups which are a great way to improve athleticism and makes it a great training tool for sports conditioning. Follow along with fitness expert and former Marine Commando Jon Stratford in this 30-minute Grokker Premium video, as he takes you through this challenging workout that will help you build strength and stamina in no time!