CHRISTMAS IN FEBRUARY
This is a 12 days of Christmas style workout. The workout is designed the same pattern as the 12 days of Christmas song. On the first round of the workout you will only perform exercise 1 for 1 reps. In the second round through the workout you will perform exercise 2 (2reps) and exercise 1 (1rep). In the 3rd round you will perform exercise 3 (3reps), exercise 2 (2reps), and exercise 1 (1rep). This pattern will continue through the workout. Every round through the workout you will add the next exercise on the list (similar to the 12 days of Christmas song). The exercise number is also the number of reps you will perform of that exercise (i.e. exercise 8 is performed as 8 reps). If an exercise has a right and left, perform the indicated reps on each side.
12 Days Of Christmas Style Workout
1- Burpee side to side
2- 1/2 turkish get-up
3- Overhead squat
4- Split squat jump
5- Kettle swing
6- Clap push-up
7- Skater hops front to back
8- 1 leg deadlift
9- Sumo squat
10- Pront tuck jumps
11- Alt. supermans
12- Alt. suitcase crunch
BURPEE SIDE TO SIDE
Perform a burpee and jump sideways back and forth with each rep.
1/2 TURKISH GET-UP
Perform a sit-up and hip bridge posting off one arm with the other arm holding weight overhead.
Keep hands overhead while you squat up and down. Keep your heels down and torso upright.
SPLIT SQUAT JUMP
8 reps each, from a lunge position jump in the air repeatedly.
Hinging from the hips and keeping back flat, swing a weight up to shoulder level and back down to the hips.
8 reps, explode upward from a push-up and perform a clap.
SKATER HOPS FRONT TO BACK
Hop from one foot to the other forward and then backward.
1 LEG DEADLIFT
Stand on a single leg and reach weights down toward shin keeping back flat and hinging at hip.
Spread your feet wide and squat up and down with feet tracking over your toes.
PRONE TUCK JUMPS
From a high plank position hop your feet forward and back.
Alternate lifting opposite arm and leg while laying face down.
ALT SUITCASE CRUNCH
Alternate lifting right and left leg up with sit-ups.