Yep. I’m done.
Well, I was when I sat down to type this email out
(I actually wrote this last week to let you in on a little secret)
Thought I’d share another DPM style workout with you,
considering the ones I do share on here go down well with the DPM team that can add them into their normal routine for a bit of variety.
And this one is bit of a hard one to push the DPMers who want some extra action.
Anyways, this is one I did last week.
It looks simple.
To be honest, most things we do often look simple and that’s often a perception that surprises those who have seen us in action before,
be that walking past in the park or whatever.
But when they join in,
they see how the so-called simple things aren’t as exactly as simple as they seem.
Now, don’t get me wrong,
this doesn’t mean that we’re a ‘crossfit’ style workout that’s going to smash you
and leave you vomiting in the corner
where the only thing you can do is post a sweat angel on instagram
– cause if you don’t post your workout on social media it doesn’t count right?!
We’re definitely not like that.
What we do though is effective at the level that you’re at now.
With the appropriate progressions if you need a bit more of a challenge or the right regressions if you are a beginner.
And if you’re somewhere in the middle, well we cover that too.
Back to that bodyweight workout.
10 sets through.
Simple in idea.
Harder in reality.
Give it a go if your’e brave enough:
1) Decline Push Ups x 10 – using the foam roller for your hands (obviously adjust to whatever level you’re at – knees push ups are cool.
Having a roller in each hand obviously makes it harder too)
2) Tube Squats x 10 using our 4ft resistance tube (the grey ones for the DPMers reading this) – or once again = whatever one you’re level is at. Even bodyweight squats will work
3) Ab Wheel Rollouts x 10 – on your knees or toes depending on your level
And like I said – do that 10 sets through.
To be honest this was pretty intense.
My heart rate was up like I’d just done a set of hill sprints for the best part of the workout.
Afterwards I definitely had a hard workout and it took me 25 mins from start to finish.
So give it a go and make the necessary modifications for where you are.
PS – if you did do it for yourself let me know what you thought of it!
PPS – don’t stress out if you think this is pretty full on – like i said your workout (even in a group setting) is adjusted to YOUR level. Not the fittest in the group). Don’t let it put you off