Keep Moving Fitness Deadlift

Fight club – Feburary 14

Movement every day

Movement is an integral part of my day. Keeping active is how I manage my physical and mental health while navigating this busy world we live in.  

Any post I share is about my experience and activity; I am not here to tell you what to do. If you are interested in doing this kind or any type of training or movement programme, I highly recommend that you seek advice and support from a professional.

Monday

Warm-up

As many rounds as you can

10 minutes 

  • Squats 5 Reps
  • Side lunge with a toe touch 6 Reps
  • Shoulder taps 6 Reps
  • Guard sit-ups 5 Reps

Cool down and stretch 

Tuesday 

Warm-up

3 rounds

30 seconds activity 

10 seconds rest

  • Push-ups
  • Handstand hold
  • Hollow rocks

Cool down and stretch 

Wednesday 

Warm-up

4 rounds

40 seconds activity 

15 seconds rest

  • Plank 
  • Bow and arrow 
  • Push-ups

Cool down and stretch 

Thursday

Warm-up

3 rounds

20 seconds activity 

10 seconds rest

  • Walking lunges
  • Push-ups
  • Mountain climbers 

Cool down and stretch 

Friday

Warm-up

3 rounds

30 seconds activity 

10 seconds rest

  • Ankle taps 
  • Superman 
  • Bow and arrow 
  • Boxers sit-ups 
  • Cannonball sit-ups 
  • Dying bugs 
  • Guard sit-ups 
  • Leg raises

Cool down and stretch 

Keep Moving Fitness Deadlift
Keep Moving Fitness Deadlift

Workout disclaimer   

I share my workouts to show what I do, not to tell you what to do.  

I post my workouts with a percentage of my max rather than stating what weights or speeds I use. Everyone is different and has different levels of fitness and capability. Your body is yours alone if you want to start working out, I recommend spending some time with a personal trainer who can put you on the right path.  

When working out with weights, remember your one-rep max is yours alone, finding the weights that are right for you is important. If you decide to try out a workout, find out what weights you should be using first. 

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