Strength

Workouts for Strength and Sculpting

Edward Massey • November 1, 2017
***REPEATED WORKOUT W2W1** by Pace and Go
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1. ***REPEATED WORKOUT W2W1**
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In this session Pace & Go will take you through your first loaded workout. One of the most advantageous aspects of using free weights is the increased effort involved. Because free weights engage agreater amount of muscle mass to maintain balance and stability while performing an exercise, you also burn more calories.
2. Tabata Interval Training
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Join Pace and Go for a Tabata style workout that combines different movements from the first two workouts of the second week in the 21-Day Athlete program. A Tabata workout is a timed interval method that alternates between 20 second intervals performed at a maximum effort followed by 10 seconds of rest for four rounds. Get ready to sweat!
3. Weighted Full Body Workout
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In this session Pace and Go will take you through your first loaded workout of the 21-Day Athlete program. One of the benefits of using free weights is that they increase the intensity of each movement and challenge your body to become stronger. Because free weights engage a greater amount of muscle mass to maintain balance and stability while performing an exercise, you also burn more calories.
4. Strength and Conditioning
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In this session Pace and Go take you through a full body strength and conditioning AMRAP session. AMRAP means “as many reps as possible” and is a perfect format for building intensity, conditioning, endurance and mental strength as you challenge yourself to push your physical limits.
5. Strength Training Workout for Beginners
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Welcome to the third workout of the Weight Management Jumpstart program. Strength training is an important element of any weight management strategy in order to improve bone density, build lean muscle mass, and cultivate a healthy metabolism. In this class Sarah will show you moves that allow you to work multiple muscle groups at once. The result? A more effective strength workout that burns calories more effectively.
6. HIIT Resistance Strength
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Build strength and boost your metabolism with this fun 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.
7. HIIT Tornado Challenge #1
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Keep your body and mind guessing with back to back strength and cardio intervals in this challenging 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.
8. HIIT Tornado Challenge #2
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Get ready for a fun HIIT challenge that'll leave you sweating and feeling like you just conquered Everest. 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.
9. HIIT Resistance Strength (old)
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Build strength and boost your metabolism with this fun 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.
10. HIIT Tornado Challenge #2 (old)
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Get ready for a fun HIIT challenge that'll leave you sweating and feeling like you just climbed Everest. 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.
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