This workout is meant to be pushed. You should keep up pace as much as you can on both the ropes and dumbbell portions while maintaining proper form. Beginner athletes should consider a dumbbell in the range of 15-35 Lbs and advanced athletes should consider in the 50+ range for the snatches. The movement demonstrations show snatches being performed with a hinge. The hinge is a technical movement so make sure you can perform this safely without pain or injury before attempting. You can also perform power snatches by setting the dumbbell on the ground, performing the snatch from the ground, then setting it back down to alternate sides each time. If unable to do snatches you could try rows or presses (shown in movement library).
Modifications available to make more challenging: You attempt double unders for the jump rope section.
Workout Delivery:When you purchase this, you will own it forever. Follow along with videos on your computer, mobile device.
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What Makes Living.Fit Different?
Why not just follow random workouts from social media or Youtube? The difference is expert programming. Following an expertly crafted program (this can still be fun) is how you get results, not random workouts.
Looking to create a habit?The results you get from following these workouts will help foster the motivation you need to form healthy habits and be the best version of yourself.
Who Are Our Members? The majority of LF members describe themselves as either just getting back into fitness, those who have consistently worked out for some time or those who have worked out consistently but consider themselves a novice in knowing movements and routines.
Ages: 35-64, both men and women
Main Member Goals: Build muscle, Lose Weight or both
Why Did They Join? They wanted structured, well thought out and progressive programs that are thoughtfully designed.
Our team teaches trainers at 5 major gym chains & has worked with thousands of clients like you! We use that same expertise & experience to create simple to follow workout plans that will get you the results you want.
Our team has been quoted in major publications for their renowned expertise in exercise and fitness. Examples in LiveStrong, EatThis & CelebWell & CNEThere,here,hereandhere
We Build Science Backed Workouts That:
Build muscle & burn fat.
Burn 50 to 120 calories per 10 minutes, depending on your lean body mass, intensity, and conditioning
Are consistent & structured
Expertly made for you, take the guessing out of making your own each day
Proven and thoughtfully designed for long term results
Fresh workouts with variety
Hit the 'easy' button. Simply follow along with video or print your PDF with instructions
Plus, learn how to use equipment properly with hundreds of movement demos in our movement libraries
A Look Inside the Workouts
Why is Progressive Overload So Important?
The scientifically backed formula to all the plans we create. This is why you will get results. Progressive Overload is the gradual increase in stress that is put on your body during training. The two biggest factors are volume (repetitions) and intensity. We gradually increase this each week over the course of your plan to position you for progress. Otherwise you risk doing too much at one time or not enough at all.
We make adjustments to the workout each week to keep your body progressing and adapting instead of simply just using more weight each week. Each workout is part of a plan and has a specific goal and purpose.
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More About Dumbbell Gains:
Includes Movement Library with movement breakdown for each movement in workout
Movements included, but not limited to: Lateral Lunges, Presses, Curls, Deadlifts, Front Squats
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Introductions and Frequently asked questions for optimal performance
All Plans Include Movement Library for All Movements in the Plan so You Can Perform Optimally. Example:
How does this program work?
Improved mobility over the course of 4 weeks or longer
Improved strength over the course of 4 weeks or longer
Improved strength-endurance over the course of 4 weeks or longer
Improved movement variability for the Central Nervous System (CNS) and Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) to reduce the chance for injury
Improved self-regulation for movement effectiveness and efficiency
These improvements are done through consistency, specific adaptations to imposed demands, and progressive overload.
We will use eccentric work to create improved tissue stress and adaptations
Tempo is the isometric counts, eccentric counts, and the concentric counts of the movement
Regressions will always be first to remove the weight, decrease the movement, and slow down the movement.
Progressions will always be to speed up the concentric part of the movement, increase the distance of the movement, and then add more load/weight to the movement.
Quotes from Participants in Living.Fit Workouts
"Wow, this is better than an in-person class. The program is fantastic. It walks you through each set/round of an entire exercise program (warm-up, cool-down, exercises, finisher). Everything is timed (including rests) and the rests show you previous and next exercises. As well, all of the exercise are in an on-line library linked with the day(s) you will be doing the exercises. So, you can review a days exercises, before or after a class." - Robert, United States
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About The Creator, Jesse Grund, CSCS
Jesse A Grund is the owner of Unconventional Strength in Orlando, FL where he specializes as a strength and conditioning coach focused on improving strength and performance of clients that range from World Champion Golfers to Professional Wrestlers to retirees.
Learn more about Jesse or how you can work with him here.