PI Day

14 Mar

Happy PI (3.14) day! I’m starting to believe that there can be a workout dedicated to any themed-day (12 days of Christmas, First day of school, Friday :)) Any time you can add a fun-themed component to fitness provides a motivating atmosphere for all!

PI workout: 3 minutes of cardio, 4 minutes of toning/strength, 1 minute of core. Proper form still counts!

ROUND 1

  • 3 minutes cardio
    • 1 minute jumping jacks
    • 1 minute cross-country skiers
    • 1 minute side-to-side skiers
  • 1 minute rest
  • 4 minutes strength work
    • 1 minute squats
    • 1 minute Right clock lunges
    • 1 minute squats
    • 1 minute Left clock lunges
  • 1 minute core
    • Planks

ROUND 2

  • 3 minutes cardio
    • 1 minute Right SL knee-ups (tilt left)
    • 1 minute high knees
    • 1 minute Left SL knee-ups (tilt right)
  • 1 minute rest
  • 4 minutes strength work
    • 1 minute push-ups
    • 1 minute staggered push-ups (30 seconds/arm)
    • 1 minute triceps dips (crab)
    • 1 minute SA side-lying triceps presses (30 seconds/arm)
  • 1 minute Core
    • Bird-dog

ROUND 3

  • 3 minutes cardio
    • 1 minute football run
    • 1 minute high knees
    • 1 minute tic-tocks
  • 1 minute rest
  • 4 minutes strength work
    • 1 minute plié squats
    • 1 minute curtsy lunges
    • 1 minute diamond push-ups
    • 1 minute shoulder push-up-presses
  • 1 minute Core
    • Oblique v-ups (right & left)

ROUND 4

  • 3 minutes cardio
    • 1 minute jack drops
    • 1 minute butt kickers
    • 1 minute side-to-side floor taps
  • 1 minute rest
  • 4 minutes strength work
    • 1 minute bridges
    • 1 minute SL bridge (30 seconds/leg)
    • 1 minute wide push-ups
    • 1 minute planks w/ shoulder taps
  • 1 minute Core
    • Super(wo)mans

BOOM!

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2 Responses to “PI Day”

  1. Vitamin B April 11, 2012 at 7:26 pm #

    Very interesting info!Perfect just what I was searching for!

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