Are you searching for a new exercise routine to get motivated again? There are hundreds upon hundreds of different workout routines and the goal is to find one that works for you. Again, I can never emphasize this enough: the exercise routine that works for your friend or spouse may not work for you. Every body is different. So, I recommend searching different styles of workouts until you find one that you enjoy and get the best results from.

The 10 to 1 workout (or 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 workout) was designed to target the entire body as a whole while increasing your heart rate, stamina, and improving your cardiovascular endurance level. The exercises below are coupled together and to be completed as a super-set: do one exercise immediately followed by the other starting at ten repetitions and working your way down to one repetition. For example, the first two exercises are reverse pull-ups and squat jumps. Start by performing ten reverse pull-ups followed by ten squats jumps then move immediately to nine, eight, seven and so on of each exercise without stopping. This will blow your heart rate out of the water and get that sweat dripping right off the end of your nose.

Be sure to monitor your heart rate if you are at risk of any health conditions and be sure to listen to your body as to when to stop and rest or to keep pushing it. Please contact your physician before exercising, especially one like this that pushes the heart rate to its limits. Good luck and have fun!

10 to 1 Workout:

Start with one set of the 10-9-8 workout and move to two or three sets once it becomes to easy. Feel free to add different exercises into the mix.

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width=NaNalternating lunge
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width=NaNsit up with arms behind head on decline bench

 

 

 

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