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Cardio Shred #34

 | 107 Comments | Cardio Shred™


This workout has a good pace for all levels and easy to modify exercises. I'm using my 12lb dumbbells which was quite a challenge especially the first exercise combo where you're targeting your biceps and back as well as your shoulder, triceps and core. Make sure you're not moving your hips during the plank rows - digging your toes firmly into the ground will help you to keep your hips steady. If the plank rows are too challenging for you, go onto your knees. Try to find something at home you can jump over and challenge yourself - if you don't have anything but your exercise mat then just imagine a tall box you have to jump over towards the other side of your mat.  If you can't jump at all, you have to do something that will work your legs and raise up your heart rate like weighted squats for example. By the time I do the 10 jumps, you can do 15-20 weighted squats. Have... [more]

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107 comments on “Cardio Shred #34”

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    Private  | 

    Oh wow o!!! So hard on my poor heart!! 😀
    I loved it!! 3rd round, 6 of #2, really took my all!!
    Thanks, Zuzka!! You’re amazing!!

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    Private  |  Dublin, Ireland

    I used 18lbs dumbbells and got 3 complete rounds and 2 reps of exercise 1. This was a tough one.

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    Private  |  EAST FREETOWN, Massachusetts, United States

    Did this after beginner bodyweight 11, did 3 less reps today, 85 in the house, whew I’m done!!

    Thank you!!

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    I compared on my progress tracker my reps from May 2016 until today and I’ve increased my reps by 10! It’s taken nearly a whole year but I’ve never been more delighted to improve by a mere 10 reps! These workouts are challenging and always make me feel that even slight progress is to be celebrated.

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