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Holiday Ladder Workout #25DaysofMFit

We are on Day 3 of the #25DaysofMFit, and today I have a ladder workout for you!

Ladder structures are a great way to make any kind of workout more of a cardio challenge. There are many ways to do a ladder workout, a few of which you will see over the next 25 days. But, today we will do a timed descending ladder.

How this will work is I have a circuit for you that contains four different, total body, exercises. You will do that circuit four times (without resting in between each exercise). Each round is timed, and each time you go through the circuit you will do the exercises for less time.

Remember, you have to work hard for this entire workout. If you don’t push your body, it will not change. So, as we progress through this video I want you working hard. The time decreases each round, but your intensity should increase.

Print out the following instructions and do the workout on your own:

Do four rounds of the following circuit:

  1. Squat jacks 2. Dive push-ups 3. Tap back knee 4. Tabletop kicks

The first round is 60-seconds per exercise (4-minutes total)

The second round is 45-seconds per exercise (3-minutes total)

The third round is 30-seconds per exercise (2-minutes total)

The fourth round is 15-seconds per exercise (1-minute total)

No rest in between exercises. 15-seconds of rest in between rounds.

Be sure to SHARE this workouts with your friends and give everyone the gift of health this year.

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4 thoughts on “Holiday Ladder Workout #25DaysofMFit”

  1. Okay awesome! I’ll use that in the future! I just did day 2&3 back to back bc I was slacking yesterday 🙈 Lol ahhh! Hurts to good !

  2. Hey Molly! You are kicking some serious butt! I’m headed for a run and to do the 15 minute work out but I was wondering what you use to time yourself in those specific increments?

    1. Thanks girl! I use a really simply app on my phone. I have android and the app is called A HIIT Interval Timer. You can make custom timers with different increments. It can be annoying to make all of the different intervals, but it works really well!

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