The AMRAP workout

By Kayla Hartson
Student Fitness Program Coordinator

Continue to challenge yourself this week by getting your heart rate up and completing this body-weight workout! This week, the workout is an AMRAP.

What is an AMRAP?

AMRAP = “As Many Reps As Possible” 

Go through the list of exercise reps as many times as you can within eight minutes. Then, hold a one-minute plank, rest for one minute and repeat the same exact thing three times.

Need more of a challenge? Add dumbbells to each exercise to increase the resistance!

Start and finish your workout the right way!

Don’t forget to include a proper warmup and cooldown as part of your routine.

Warmup: Before you begin, take five minutes to get your heart rate elevated and muscles warm. This includes a light jog and dynamic stretches.

Cooldown: After you complete the workout, take five minutes to safely lower your heart rate. This can include a slow walk and static stretches. Read this article about stretching to help you understand the difference between dynamic and static stretches.

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