At-home High Intensity Circuit
Complete as many rounds as possible :
How to AMRAP –
AMRAP stands for As Many Rounds As Possible. Complete the given number of reps for each exercise for as many rounds as humanly possible in the given time. Once the timer starts you stop moving only when the timer stops.
Scaling the movements –
If a movement is challenging or you haven’t yet mastered the skills required to perform an exercise. Find a scaled down version of the same movement from below. The exercises are listed in the order of difficulty as follows – Advance > Intermediate > Beginners
Select your Fitness level & Program –
Based on your current fitness level, select the right number of sets, reps or intensity for the given workout.
Beginners – 7 mins AMRAP
3 Burpees, 5 V-ups
Intermediate – 12 minis AMRAP
5 Burpees, 5 V-ups
Advance – 17 mins AMRAP
Reduce the number of reps on burpees and V-ups as above. The number of shuttle runs remains the same