Upper Body & Abs Inferno #6 X

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This routine is really tough and requires you to use your pull up bar, wall, chair, and sliders. I don't suggest this routine or this entire series to beginners - you guys have your own workout program to follow, the Cardio and Strength Starter program which will help you to build strength for more challenging workouts in the ZGYM. If you can do 10 regular push ups, at least 3 assisted pull ups and hold plank for at least 2 minutes straight, then you can start this series from the... [more]

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    Private  |  Astoria, OR, USA

    The pigeon slides are difficult for me I think partly because of the flexibility required plus core strength so I put my hands on yoga blocks. That helped a lot and made the frog slides more doable. What do you recommend for hand pain? It hurts close to my wrists when I do too much of these exercises so close together (since upper body requires the use of your hands). I don’t notice it nearly as much when it’s a combo focused workout where you alternate between upper and lower body. My knees, wrists and ankles have always been my biggest obstacle in what I’m able to do. 🙁

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    Private  |  Blaustein, Germany

    Hello Zuzana. The Upper Body & Abs Inferno #6 X has proven to me that I need more work on my handstands. I had to do it facing the wall but I am not giving up. Everything else went okay. The push ups are no problem for me. But I have a question about the JRCs. You have a basic JRC for beginners video. Is that a series? I only saw one video for that. I would like to do more foot work like you do but I need help. Do you explain the high knees, the double under etc… somewhere? And last but not least, thank you so much Zuzana!

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    Private  |  Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

    HECTIC. I could feel that my body lost ALOT of strength!! Did not do Z-gym for two weeks (it was a busy time at work and would only be able to fit a workout in at 10pm…but my day starts at 4am!), and now I just want to cry, because I can’t believe how much I backslided. Was struggling with everything. Didn’t trust my body the way I used to. I did do some HIIT workouts during the two off weeks, but it can’t be compared to this… Really hope that I’ll get back into it the way I did two weeks ago. 🙁 🙁
    I did the Low Impact Lower Body workout before this one. So I only did one round of this.
    Will somebody please tell me I’ll be okay again!!!!!

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      Private  |  Rotterdam, Netherland

      Sure you will!!! We all have those days, weeks…. You will be on horse in no time!!!Give it week or two….And don’t be hard on yourself!!! Take care xoxoxo

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        Private  |  Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

        Thanx so much Zuzana!!! I am going to stick to this again. My head is in the game 🙂 I was just so shocked at how quickly this can happen… Wow. But thanks for the motivation. xoxo

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          Private  |  Rotterdam, Netherland

          You are more than welcome! You are not alone, we are all here with you! Take care xoxo

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    Wow…last excercise was really hard..I had to take breaks in between.

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