Last Friday arvo I got in a nice little home workout that hit the spot and didn’t take that long at all to do and I thought I’d share it with you today.

Best still, there were only two exercises needed.

Push Ups

Ab Wheel Rollouts

As for the numbers I did?

It was a 10-1 workout.

So 10 push ups, followed by 10 rollouts and taking a rep off each set until I got down to 1 push up and 1 rollout.

Make sense?

Now if that sounds easy for you I added two options to the push ups to make them a little bit more of a challenge.

I used two foam rollers (one for each hand to hold) and I also used a resistance tube across my back to make the push up harder as it gave me something to resist against on the way up.

As you can see in the video below, I just held the band a bit further down from the handle to make sure it had a decent resistance on the way up.

Now, if you don’t have an ab wheel at home, but you do have a foam roller, you can always use a foam roller for your rollouts.

Just keep it slow and controlled. You won’t get the range of motion that the wheel provides, but it can still do the job.

And of course, you can just do normal push ups on your knees or toes to get the job done.

If you give this workout a try let me know how it goes for you.


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