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    1,000 rep workout?

    I just witnessed a pretty unique workout called the 1,000 rep workout. Obviously, its a high intensity workout similiar to things like P90x or nike SPARQ training. Having done programs like these, it seems like a great workout. Just wondering what other peoples thoughts were on this? Here's a sample of it:


    1) burpees, calve raises (50 reps)
    2) pike push-ups (50 reps)
    3) forward/back lunges (25 reps per leg = 50 reps)
    4) one leg deadlifts (25 reps per leg = 50 reps)
    5) v-crunch Russian twist (2 counts as 1 = 50 reps)
    6) prisoners squats into a front kick (50 reps)
    7) one leg tricep dips (50 reps)
    8) hover push-up kick ups (25 kick ups per leg = 50 reps)
    9) chest lifts (50 reps)
    9) crab toe touches ( 2 counts as 1 = 50 reps)
    10) snowboarder ( 50 reps)
    11) climbers ( 2 counts as 1 = 50 reps)
    12) in/out pike push-ups
    13) in/out jump squats (2 counts as 1 = 50 reps)
    14) reverse plank knee tucks (50 reps)
    15) alligator crunch ( 50 reps)
    16) one leg elevated lunge ( 25 per leg = 50 reps)
    17) cross crunch ( 2 counts as 1 = 50 reps)
    18) one arm push ups on knee (25 reps per arms = 50 reps)
    19)half brupees (50 reps)
    20) butt lift toe touch (50 reps)
    1,000 total reps!

    Also, there should be 30 secs of rest between exercises.
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    F*ck that lol

    that is like crossfit had a sloppy backdoor sex session with P90x and the 300 work out

    no thank you
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    Does not fit with any of my goals (strength and muscle gain, fat loss - with limited time available to workout). Your goals may differ.
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    Probably would be good for burning some calories, and maybe some conditioning.

    Can't say it would be anything I'd be interested in doing, though.
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    Yeah I totally agree its not much of a bodybuilding workout. It's totally geared towards athletes and would be great for cardiovascular health and weightloss.. im cutting so I'm gonna give it a go today and let y'all know
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    Originally Posted by Macrae88 View Post
    Yeah I totally agree its not much of a bodybuilding workout. It's totally geared towards athletes and would be great for cardiovascular health and weightloss.. im cutting so I'm gonna give it a go today and let y'all know
    hold on now lol

    im not even close to a bodybuilder and you see me doing that lol

    probably cause im a pansy when it comes to workouts like that.

    I love bodyweight but that just seems like hard for the sake of hard. Even when i am cutting weight for a fight i would not do something like that
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