Updated: Mar 28, 2020
All workouts can be completed on it's own for focused conditioning or combined for full body conditioning.
If you do just one, the focus will make sure that quality of movement is at its best and your body gets out exactly what is programmed.
If you do more than one, quality of movement will be impacted by quantity of movement giving the body a more general conditioning effect with what is programmed.
No matter how you choose to do these profiles, make sure that you pay attention to your form as you fatigue and never compromising the quality of work for quantity of work.
The goal of these profiles are to maintain your athleticism on your own to ensure your progressive potential when you return to team programming.
If you are not feeling well, make the smart choice to rest and recover rather than choosing to train. When in doubt, wait it out today & train even better tomorrow.
GIVE YOUR BEST TO GET THE BEST!
HALF BASE CORE COMPLEX
Alternate Crunch Toe Touch x 10
Push Up Alternate Elbow To Knee x 10
Woodchop Alternate Toe Touch x 10
Rest For 60 Seconds
Repeat For 3 Rounds
HALF BASE POWER COMPLEX
Push Up Position Row - Alternate Single Leg Sit To Stand - Hip Hinge Jump
Ascending Rep Count On The 90 Sec Clock
Start A 90 Sec Clock & Complete Each Rep Count
Then Rest For Remainder Of Time Before Moving On To Next Rep Count
The Goal Is To Complete All Rep Counts Inside Of 90 Sec
*Note - The Video Demo Indicates 60 Sec Clock, Please Reset To 90 Sec Clock
HALF BASE SPEED COMPLEX
Push Up To Stand
Alternate Backward Lunge 'T' Rotation
10 Yard Form 'A' Run
10 Reps For Each Exercise
One 10 Yard Run
Rest For Remainder Of 3:00 Clock
Repeat For 5 Rounds
Start A 3:00 Clock & Complete The Indicated Work
Then Rest For The Remainder Of Time Before Moving On To Next Round
The Goal Is To Complete All Rep Counts With As Many 'A' March Runs In 10 Yards As Possible Inside Of 3:00. If You Cannot Get Outside, Do 'A' March Runs In Place For As Many As Possible In 10 Seconds Before Resting For Remainder OF 3:00