Got a great question last night from a reader:
Parth, I’m liking this Workout finisher idea. I travel a lot for work and pleasure… What kind of equipment do you need for them, and can you do them on their own?
Ok, you have 50% bodyweight workouts, and 50% weighted workouts – using a kettlebell or dumbbell. So, your best bet is probably bodyweight finishers. Check them out here.
And yes, you can use them as a stand-alone workout. Take, for example, the Workout Finisher I used the other day:
Do the following circuit, resting only when needed. In the first circuit, you will perform
6 reps of each exercise. In the next circuit, you will perform 5 reps. Continue in this
fashion until you complete 1 rep of each exercise.
1A) Spiderman Pushups (6/side, 5/side, etc., down to 1/side)
1B) 1-Arm KB/DB Swings (6/side, 5/side, etc., down to 1/side)
Instead of going from 6 reps down to 1 rep, you can instead go from 10 or 12 reps, down to 1 rep. That’s going to be a hard, challenging workout that won’t take up that much time!
Pretty simple! Thanks for the question.
Guys – if you have any questions about Workout Finishers, or anything else, do not hesitate to contact me. Reply to this email!
In addition you can check out ab workout finisher here.
Or, you can check out bodyweight workout finishers here.