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Descending Ladder Workout

Monday, February 3, 2014 | Category: Fitness

 

Working out can get monotonous at times so you need other tools to spice it up. The Descending Ladder is one of those tools to have in your belt!

It's very simple but effective to break up your mundane routine. Or, it's a great place to start if you're new to exercising because you don't need to know many exercises.

Alexa Boyce, our Personal Trainer and Nutrition Coach, shows you two ultimate fat-burning and muscle building exercises to use in this Descending Ladder Workout.

The Goblet Squat and the Lunge with Torso Rotation combine full body movements to get teh most efficient workout possible.

To do the Descending Ladder, you'll do 15 reps of the Goblet Squat and then 15 reps to each side for the Lunge with Torso Rotation for the first set. Then, perform 14 reps of each exercise for the second set, 13 reps of each exercise for the third set and so on until you get to 1 rep of each exercise.

If that is too difficult, start with lower reps (like 12, 10, or 8) and work yourself down the ladder.

I think you're really gonna like this so give it a try. Let us know what you think and how you did!

 

Have a Healthy Week!

Doc

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