Workout of the Week

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Every week Octane Fitness employees can participate in team CROSS CiRCUIT interval training workouts held in our showroom. See what this week’s team workout was and download a copy for yourself!

 

A motivational note from Octane Fitness team member and certified group fitness leader:

It’s the time of year where we all hear, “It’s a new year, and a new you.” My thought is what is wrong with the old you? Why look at what is wrong with you; instead take a look at what is right with you. I know that 2013 is over, so reflect on the year and how much you have accomplished. You just might surprise yourself. Then once you establish how much you have done and how far you have come, you can build on it.

You have several goals to achieve, and you have worked hard to get this far. So why not keep going? Yes, you might have hit a few road blocks along the way. You are human. Don’t fret on it. Learn how to get past these mere interferences and keep going. Life is full of things that get in your way of what you are trying to strive for, but as long as you keep going, there is no stopping you! With that in mind, let’s get 2014 off to a great start with a fun interval training workout.

-Kelly

 

Octane Fitness Team Workout
Download a PDF of our CROSS CiRCUIT workout

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Exercise Tips
Helpful descriptions of some of the more difficult or lesser-known exercises listed above.

    • Inch Worm Pushups – Watch a brief video tutorial
    • Speed Skater – Stand with feet hip-width apart and arms by sides. Hop to right, landing on right foot while sweeping left foot diagonally behind right leg and swinging left arm across body and right arm behind back. Jump to left, switching legs and arms to complete 1 rep.
    • Sumo Squat with Alternating Overhead Press – Set your feet about twice shoulder width apart with toes slightly turned outward. Lower your body as far as you can by pushing your hips back and bending your knees. Pause, then push yourself back to standing position and continue upward motion by extending weight hand overhead. Alternate weight between hands for duration of interval.

 

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