Weekly workout routines

By Kayla Hartson
Student Fitness Program Coordinator

Give these two challenging workouts a try this week!

Changing up a workout routine is healthy because it keeps exercising fun and engaging. Click here to read last week’s post on the American Academy of Sports Medicine’s weekly exercise recommendations. 

Don't forget: Staying hydrated is extremely important after a challenging workout, especially during the summer. 

Upper Body Workout

5-minute warmup 

35 seconds move A, 25 seconds move B, repeat four times 

(rest 1 minute between sets)

  1. A) Star jumps
  2. B) Plank with dumbbell row
  1. A) Squat jumps
  2. B) Russian twists
  1. A) Dumbbell row + tricep extension 
  2. B) Row machine bicep curls
  1. A) Mountain climbers 
  2. B) Pushups  
  1. A) Squat to overhead press 
  2. B) Tricep dips
  1. A) Burpees
  2. B) Supermans

5-minute cooldown 

Lower Body Workout

5-minute warmup 

35 seconds move A, 25 seconds move B, repeat four times 

(rest between sets)

  1. A) Kettlebell goblet squat
  2. B) Burpees
  1. A) Single-leg kettlebell RDL
  2. B) Kettlebell swings
  1. A) Single leg squat on box
  2. B) Box jumps
  1. A) Dumbbell calf raise
  2. B) Skater jumps 
  1. A) Single-leg glute bridges
  2. B) Mountain climbers
  1. A) Leg lowers 
  2. B) Plank w/alternating leg lifts

5-minute cooldown

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