Each day is a different kind of workout:
Xtreme Cardio & Conditioning -- High intensity interval training that includes a variety of cardio circuits intermixed with muscle conditioning work. Each 10-minute set includes four different exercises, completed for 30 seconds each. Rest for 1 minute, repeat 3 times. There are three sets total.
Xtreme Body Sculpt -- Includes a wide range of strengthening equipment to target upper body, lower body, and core muscles. Each 10-minute set will include five stations at 30 seconds each, repeated three times.
Xtreme Attack -- Small group team challenges in competition which consists of relay races, fitness minute to win it games, obstacle courses and more.
Xtreme Plyo and Agility -- Involves jumping, bounding, and other high impact exercises that focus on maximizing the stretch reflex of the muscles. Each five-minute set will contain four exercises where you complete as many rounds as possible. There will be two sets, completed two times each.
Xtreme Recovery -- Stretching and static strength moves which help the body recover after a hard week of work.
It's been a really hard week of workouts. Day 1 wasn't so bad, but I'm a cardio junkie, so I figured it wouldn't be. Day 3 was more fun than fitness. Days 2 and 4, however. Whew. They were rough.
I will have more thoughts about the pros and cons of working out at work later on in the program. I was also measured at the start of the eight weeks and will be measured again at the end. I'll be sure to share my results.
Have you ever been a part of a fitness program at your office? Would you if one was offered?
Last week's workoutsFriday: Off
Saturday: Yoga at home
Monday: Xtreme Revolution Cardio & Conditioning + 1 mile on the treadmill
Tuesday: Xtreme Revolution Body Sculpt + 1 mile on the indoor track
Wednesday: Xtreme Revolution Attack + 20 minutes of running on the indoor track
Thursday: Xtreme Revolution Plyos