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Old 02-14-2009, 03:34 AM   #1
Chris Laumans
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Killer 2 person workout

I just thought of a cool workout idea for 2 (or more) people.

It's a game:

Setup 2 stations on a field. At each station you do a exercise for X reps, say 20 KB swings, pushups, squats, etc. Between the stations you sprint, do bearcrawls, or whatever..

The idea is one person starts at each station, does the intented exercise and runs to the other station, and repeats. The workout doesn't end till one person 'wins' by catching up or overtaking the other person.

To include more people you can include more stations. Also, if you select different exercises for each station it is important to keep it fair by thinking about the amount of required reps per exercise, to make sure that no station is too time consuming. Or another option is to have everyone do the same exercise at the same time. For example: everyone does pushups, sprints, squats, bear crawls, pushups, etc.

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