Sunday's Post Millville Workout (The Return)
by Racer X Virtual Trainer
This workout is called "The Return" in honor of James Stewart winning the overall at Millville. Reps coincide with the 250 and 450 winning numbers.
The challenge is to see how many rounds you can complete in the same average time (35:31) it took James Stewart to win the first moto at Millville. This challenge will take focus and determination to notch a top result!
Couple of Rules:
- Pull Ups - You must do strict pull ups. No kipping and chin must be above the the bar.
- Hands off Push ups - Chest must touch the floor while hands are lifted.
- Air Squats - quads have to go past parallel. In other words get those butts close to the floor!
- Butterfly Situps - Touch the ground above your head on the way back and between your legs at the top.
How to do the challenge:
- It's very easy to follow. After you warm up, hit your stop watch and row 250 meters (or jump rope 100 times as an alternate) as fast as you can.
- Immediately do 7 pull ups, then immediately do 17 hands off push ups, then immediately do 7 air squats, then immediately do 17 butterfly situps.
- Once you complete the sit ups, go back to the rower (or jump rope) and complete the cycle as many times as you can until time runs out.
Post your results in the comment section below. Let's see some videos people!
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