Hill of a Good Time
5-10mins of dynamic warm-ups drills
Takes around 25 minutes.
- Perform a unique “good time drill”
- 10 count Mt Climbers (always performed in a central location at the bottom of the hill)
- Hill Sprint (long enough to take 2-3 minutes round trip – do multiples if you only have a short hill)
Repeat with the next ‘good time drill’.
Good Time Drills
- 50 Heel Clicks (use hurdles or short cones if you have them)
- Burpee Broad Jumps (designated length roughly 25 yds)
- Single Arm Overhead Traveling Lunges (designated length roughly 25 yds) (use kettlebells, dumbbells, etc. or just do rotational lunges)
- 50 “V-Ups”/Jackknife situps
- 50 “Pogo Hops” (25R/25 L) (Single leg jumps. Touch ground then touch hands above head when you stand up and jump on your single leg)
- 50 Side Hip Brides (25R/25L)
Cool-down and Stretch
DJ Stover is Personal Trainer in Pittsburgh, PA. DJ is a graduate of the National Personal Trainer Institute (NPTI) as well as a graduate from Penn State University with a B.S. in Information Sciences and Technology. In addition to being a full-time personal trainer, DJ currently serves as a reservist for the Air Force where he is the Physical Trainer Monitor for his squadron and intramural sports captain.
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