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Who doesn’t love a nice sweaty interval workout? I know I do. But here is the problem that I have always run into. Timing my intervals. I have tried using a stopwatch, my heart rate monitor, and numerous apps on my iPhone which work, but still leave me continuously having to glance down at the screen. This gets annoying. Today I am happy to announce that I have discovered a solution to my problem. Meet the GYMBOSS.
How adorable is she! This little beauty is my new favorite workout buddy. She is small, super easy to setup, and can be used as a interval timer, stopwatch, countdown timer, or a clock. There are numerous types of workouts that this little timer is great for including running, CrossFit, HITT, and weightlifting. My favorite feature is that it can be clipped on to my waistband and the alarm can be set to either beep or vibrate at me. I love knowing that I will never again be having to glance down at a screen to know when I need to switch up my exercises.
It is hard enough sometimes getting in my workouts at home on days I don’t go to the gym and this little device sure makes it easier. If you hadn’t noticed from my previous workouts Caden likes to be right in the middle of everything. I love that he wants to be involved but sometimes it can be challenging when he runs off with my cell phone and I am in the middle of an interval workout. I am looking forward to many more workouts using my GYMBOSS :).
This little piece of equipment has allowed me to take control of my workouts again. No more excuses that the baby ran off with my timer for me. It is time to train like a boss! Here are the exercises for this workout. I did not include pictures for Alternating V-Ups or Plyo Lunges. If there is any confusion on these exercises just let me know and I will do my best to clarify.
SINGLE ARM COBRA TO DOWNDOG
- Place one arm behind back. With other hand on the floor press up into cobra pose.
- Tuck your toes and left your hips to down dog.
- Lower hips back to floor and bend elbow to release chest to the mat. Repeat on other side.
PLANK HOP TO POWER JUMP
- Start in plank postion. Hop both feet up to hands.
- Explode off your feet and jump up bringing your knees to hip level and tap knees to hands.
- Land with bent knees and return to start position by hopping feet back to plank.
KNEE TAP FOREARM PLANKS
- Lie face down on a mat with your legs straight and place your forearms on the floor.
- Raise your body up into the top of a push up position, resting on your forearms and toes and hold.
- Tuck your tail bone under and keep your core strong by pulling your belly button in towards your spine.
- Slowly tap knees to floor and return to straight legs. Repeat.
- Start in push-up position with legs straight, hands below shoulders.
- Begin to lower body down by bending your elbows, as you lower down bring your right knee to your right elbow.
- Push back up and reverse leg movement back to starting position. This completes one rep.
- Lie on your back with your legs straight and your arms stretched out overhead.
- Raise one leg straight up while also lifting your upper body off the floor and reach your opposite hand towards your foot, keeping both your arm and leg straight.
- Lower both and repeat using the opposite arm and leg.
- Stand upright with one foot forward, dropping your back knee down.
- Push off your front and back foot to jump switch your legs.
And now for the workout. You will do 50 seconds of work for each exercise in the order listed below followed by a 10 second recovery. Perform for a total of 4 rounds resting 1 minute between each round.
I know you want your own GYMBOSS now too. These little babies cost under $20 and come in all sorts of fun colors. Do your workouts a favor and go order one today. I promise you will love it just as much as I do.
Let me know if you tried this workout and what you thought! Have a great day!
Injury disclaimer: Not all exercises are suitable for everyone and this or any other exercise program may result in injury. To reduce this risk of injury, please consult your doctor before beginning this, or any other, physical fitness program.