Randy V’Estres made a nice comment on one of our exercise videos, which led me to his site. I attached his Youtube video, showing some of his intense movements. They inspired me to make this next workout. If there are exercises that you do not recognize, check out Fit Furry’s video and it will be on there.
I orignially had his “Edgecrator Bicep Curl and Power Press” in one of the circuits, but later changed it to a 1 Hand Medicine Ball Pass for safety reasons. Simply hold a Medicine ball (8-12 lbs) in your hand. Squat and toss it to a partner. They will receive it 1-handed with a mild squat to absorb the energy. Make sure you return pass to the correct side for your partner, as you alternate sides.
There are 2 circuits that require at least 2 people, so you will have to tweek them for a solo workout.CIRCUIT #1 10 – each side – Virtual Shoveling (95 lb barbell) 10 – each side – Barbarian Oblique Swing 10 – each side – 1 Arm Dumbbell Hang Swing Snatch and Press (40 lbs) 10 – each side – Dumbbell Pistons (Kettlebell or 35 lb dumbbell) 10 – each side – Dumbbell Side Lunge (35 lb dumbbells) CIRCUIT #2 (PARTNERS) 10 – each side – 1 Arm Medicine Ball Pass (sadly in place of the Edgecrator Bicep Curl and Power Press) 20 Leap Frog Push-ups 20 Squat Jumps 20 Medicine Ball Slam Downs (on Physioball) X2 CIRCUIT #3 (PARTNERS) Rotate through 10 Sit-up, Stand-up, Medicine ball Catch & Pass (position 1 throws, #2 does exercise) 20 Incline Push-up (1 or 2 arms) Medicine Ball pass (position 3 throws, #4 does exercise) If 5 people, add V-Sit until position #1 opens up. If 6 people, add 2 Person Wipers instead of V-sit CIRCUIT #4 30 seconds each Quad Ball Surf Plank Nose to Ground Plank Wall Sit 45 Degree Sit Side Plank X2 This website is for recreational use only. Kemme Fitness is merely the title of the blog run by Pete Kemme. Pete Kemme is not a licensed physical therapist or physician and has no certifications related to fitness. See either a physician or physical therapist prior to doing any exercise. None of the material on this blog is a recommendation. Pete Kemme is simply sharing what he does and has learned about fitness. If you perform any of the exercises listed on this blog, you are doing so at your own risk.