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Jordan’s session 24 June 2020

Led by Jordan, this 50-minute workout contains a mix of cardiovascular conditioning, core stability and functional movement. The first workout is in the format of an AMRAP – As Many Rounds As Possible. You’ll be performing three cardiovascular movements for a specified amount of reps as many times as you can in a set timeframe. This format is great as it allows you to work at your own pace and set your own limits – your aim is to get the same amount of rounds every time across three attempts.

The second workout is a core & functional superset. You’ll be holding a core stabilising movement for a set amount of time before resting and then performing a functional movement at a slow and controlled pace. Both of the movements that you’ll be doing are very important in creating a strong and functional body. The core movement is there to build midline stabilisation and protect the lower back, and the functional movement aims to mirror and strengthen movement patterns we use in day-to-day life, which will make everyday tasks easier.

After you have completed both of the workouts you will have a nice and relaxing stretch to open up the body and to cool down from all the hard work you put in.

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2 Comments

  1. Audrey on June 26, 2020 at 10:52 am

    Hard first session thank you Jordan!!!

  2. Irene Wood on June 27, 2020 at 11:02 am

    Tough session!!! Achieved it nevertheless!

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