One Piece Workouts – Barbell and BattleRopes

Workouts release 2 workouts to our online squad every week on Wednesday 9am:
There’s a saying that sometimes simple is better.  The problem is that sometimes simple can be…..boring.  Your two workouts this week revolve around using only a single piece of equipment, but we’ve put them in move sequences that mean you get a full body workout and aren’t doing the same thing OVER and Over.
 
Barbell – Probably the most recognisable piece of gym equipment out there.  So many people are unsure of the safe ways to to utilise a bar outside of the basic curls and squats.  We’ve put together a block circuit program to get all the major and quite a few minor muscles primed.  It’s based on a low weight, high rep theory so you’re going to burn some calories with this one as well.  As you become more confident with the moves, increase your weight whilst staying within your personal capabilities.
 
Battleropes – An apparatus that is one of the poster-children for Functional Fitness.  It’s an apparatus that uses your entire body to act as a support for whatever exercise you’re undertaking.  I.e – all the forces your are imparting on the ropes, are also required to be controlled through your body – Newton’s laws of equal and opposite forces (#physicsisawesome).  There’s the basics here as well as some that are going to take a few practice goes, grin.  Take your time with some of these and get a feel for how to utilise the rope’s momentum.  You may have to increase or decrease the tension on the rope to get it to behave how you want it to as well.  Experimentation is key – and it’s what keeps things interesting.
 
Hope you enjoy team – we had some fun putting these together, the battleropes one in particular.
Have a squiz at what we do each week at:
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