My Strongwoman Workout #2
This is a workout that I have been doing a while. Simple but effective. Back to back exercises with no rest until the round is completed. By round 4 I’m ready to throw in the towel but completing round 5 gives me such a buzz as I know that I have really pushed myself. I tend to do this type of workout in order to add some variety to my workout routine and to keep me motivated.
This is the second strongwoman workout after posting ‘My Strongwoman Workout #1’ earlier this year. I’m not quite squatting more than I weigh but I am getting there! I’ve not included the weights I use as everyone is different. For Sled drags I use a prowler with additional weights added. As with any workout be sure to warm-up before a session and find time after for a cool down.
How do you inject variety into your workout schedule?
What gets you motivated when you are stuck in a fitness rut?
I am not a qualified Personal Trainer or Medical Professional.
All the views expressed are my own. I am an experienced runner and train regularly at the gym. All my workouts have been designed to suit my own fitness capabilities and goals but I am happy to share if you are looking for inspiration, workout ideas or motivation.
Before embarking on any form of exercise or fitness programme or if you have any medical conditions or injuries please seek professional medical advice.
My Strongwoman Workout #1
My fitness goals are constantly changing. Not because I’m extremely indecisive but once I achieve a goal or discover a different fitness need I tend to revaluate where I want to be in terms of my training. This workout reflects my goal of building up my strength.
I love the idea of being strong. Nothing gives me more of a buzz than being able to deadlift more than my own bodyweight or have the stamina to do 3 rounds of Sled Drags without completely keeling over!
Below is a recent Strongwoman workout; I love this and was pleased with how much I pushed myself. I’ve recently pulled one of my hip flexors so running has been off the cards so doing this workout gave me the post-workout buzz I needed.
I am not a qualified Personal Trainer or medical professional.
All the views expressed are my own. I am an experienced runner and train regularly at the Gym. All my fitness programmes and training have been designed to suit my own fitness capabilities and goals but happy to share if you are looking for inspiration and motivation.
Before embarking on any form of exercise or fitness programme or if you have any medical issues or injuries please ensure you seek professional medical advice.