Below is where you are going to find your 5-minute bodyweight sequences, that you are to do each morning.
You’ll find 9 different sequences below:
-3 Beginner Sequences
-3 Intermediate Sequences
-3 Advanced Sequences
I recommend doing one sequence each day, making sure you start at your fitness level.
So if you’re a beginner, you would do Beginner Sequence #1 on Monday, Beginner Sequence #2 on Tuesday, Beginner Sequence #3 on Wednesday, and then restart on Beginner Sequence #1 on Thursday.
Once the current level becomes to easy, progress to the next level.
After the advanced movements become to easy, you can then try performing multiple sequences in a morning.
For example, you would perform a bodyweight sequence then rest 1-2 minutes then perform the bodyweight sequence again.
Also keep in mind… These workouts are to be done in a “build up” fashion. Which means you want to start slow and finish fast.
The reason for that is that you want to make sure your body is full loose and ready to go before giving it your all. Just follow along with us below and you'll be good to go!
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Beginner Bodyweight Sequences
Intermediate Bodyweight Sequences
Advanced Bodyweight Sequences