The four-song workout challenge - are you up for it?
IF YOU haven't felt that raging ball of fire inhabit your muscles during an intense workout, then you're not doing it right.
Should you accept the challenge, here is a four-song full body pump that will have you feeling like your muscles are exploding, but in a good way.
Best part - this exercise regime is choreographed to music (and it's less than 15 minutes), so pump those tunes and let the beat drown out the pain - it will all be worth it!
Song: Flower, Moby.
Start with this leg burner. Every time the song says 'bring Sally up' you stand, and every time it says 'bring Sally down' you squat and hold until it says 'bring Sally up' again and so on.
Exercise: push ups
Song: Roxanne, The Police
Brace in a push up position (on your toes or knees). If you're a male, you will do a push up every time it says 'red light', and females, you do a push up every time you hear 'Roxanne'. Don't be fooled… it gets incredibly hard towards the end.
Song: I love the Way You Lie, Eminem and Rhianna
Every time Rhianna sings, freeze in a held sit-up. Every time Eminem raps, do constantly-moving full sit ups or crunches. Lyrics like "Just gonna stand there and watch me burn" become very relevant if you've got a coach standing over you during this one.
Song: Thunderstruck, AC/DC
Every time you hear 'thunder', drop down and do a burpee. And not the wimpy kind, make sure it's got a push up at the bottom and a full jump and clap above your head at the top!
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