At Fixed on Fitness, we are doing something NEW this month.  See, normally, we don’t repeat a workout more than 2-3 times per year.  This month (for the first time in 10 years), we have taken four workout structures, and we are repeating them for four weeks straight.  Some people love this, some people hate it.  But, it’s what we are doing, and so far, it’s working really well.

Either way, it’s nice to see improvement over the course of four weeks.  Today’s workout structure is one that will challenge you no matter how many times you repeat it.  It’s a great workout to measure your progress over the course of weeks or months.

Double Unders and Swings

The goal of this workout is to move as fast as possible with good form.  You want to record your time so that you have a benchmark to measure against the next time you do this workout.

*Put a 30 minute time camp on this workout.  If you are not finished with 10 rounds in 30 minutes, write down the last exercise you completed when the clock hit 30 minutes.  Then, try to do more next time.*

  • 35 Double Unders
  • 15 Kettlebell Swings
  • 7 Chest to Floor Burpees
  • x10

If you cannot do double unders, replace them with high knees (2 ct) and add 21 mountain climbers (2 ct).

How did you do?

Did you have a chance to get this workout done?  How did you do?  We would love to hear how you did with this one.

Try this workout again in a few weeks and see how you improved.  Are you looking for some extra motivation or a workout group?  Come hang out with any of our classes at Fixed on Fitness.  You can always try a week for FREE with no strings attached.  Sign up here.

Happy jumping and swinging!


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