Sunday's Post High Point Workout (High Fives)
by Racer X Virtual Trainer
This is the "High fives" workout
AMRAP for duration of the 450 second moto. High Point's second moto time was 35:52.
Warm up with either a 1 mile run, a 5 mile bike, or 2000 meter Row or SkiErg
5 pull ups
5 lunges per leg hold plate or kettle bell overhead (suggested weight - 10% body weight)
5 parallete push ups (use paralletes, books, aerobic steps etc. to get chest lower than hands)
5 box jumps
5 hang cleans (suggested weight - 40% body weight)
100 m shuttle run
Couple of Rules:
- Pull Ups - You must do strict pull ups. No kipping and chin must be above the the bar.
- Overhead Lunges - Rear knee must touch the ground.
- Parallete push ups - Lower chest as close to floor as possible.
- Box Jumps - If you don't have a box use your bike stand.
- Hang Cleans - If you weigh 150 lbs, use 60 lbs.
How to do the challenge:
- It's very easy to follow. Set a stop watch for 35 minutes 52 seconds (the same time it took Ryan Dungey to complete the second 450 moto at High Point).
- Perform 5 pull ups, then immediately do 5 lunges, then immediately do 5 pushups, then 5 box jumps, then immediately do 5 hang cleans, then immediately do a 100 m shuttle run.
- Once you complete the shuttle run, go back to the pull ups and repeat the circuit until time runs out.
- Count your total number of reps for each exercise (or total number of circuits completed).
Post your results in the comment section. Let's see some videos people!
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