Today’s workout with Strength and Conditioning Coach Jason Salazar is 20 minutes of As Many Rounds As Possible. You’ll need a kettlebell or dumbbell for this one.
Coach Jason Salazar:
Hey guys, Jason here at The Arena, with a workout for you today. Today, we’re going to do AMRAP for 20 straight minutes. If you don’t know what AMRAP means, it means as many rounds as possible. We have five different exercises. You will need at least one Kettlebell or one dumbbell for this.
All right, so first in the list we have 10 kettlebell swings, pop those hips stand nice and tall at the end, guys. It’s all driven by the hips. Just 10 big swings. After those 10 swings, we’ll go right into burpees. Make sure that chest touches the ground. Feet back front. Jump nice and high.
Right after the 10 burpees, just 10 squats. Push those knees out. Those heels should be at least shoulder width apart. Get to depth, guys. Keep your chest up.
All right, let me get 10 dead bugs. We’re just going to shoot our hips up as high as we can, pushing back in those shoulder blades at the top. Just got 10 of these. So last exercise in the list. We’re in the quad press position, means your hands are right under our shoulders, knees under our hips. We’ll turn those hands in a little bit. We’ll get up on those toes and we’ll drop down and we’ll hop. We just got 10 of these hops.
Hey guys, remember this AMRAP is for 20 straight minutes. Find a good pace. You can keep moving. We don’t want to take breaks. Use light weights. Don’t go too heavy with this and stay tuned for some more workouts, guys.