March Madness 2016 Home Workout

March Madness 2016 Home Workout

It’s that special time of year again! March Madness 2016 is here and the odds of anyone productively working today are not good. So, to fill the gaps in your NCAA bracket, we’ve developed a fun home workout that can literally be performed anywhere.

Check it out!

Read over the 2016 March Madness Home Workout, and then check out the workout details below. There’s a fun twist for whether or not your team wins or loses!

March Madness 2016 Home Workout

March Madness 2016 Home Workout Details:

Please warm-up first, preferably with our exclusive RundleFit Dynamic Warm-Up. Then proceed through the workout. If you have any questions on exercises, or exercise form, please visit our >> Exercise Library << . Then, just click back on this page to get started!

Workout Details:

During half time, or NCAA Tournament games that you really don’t care about, perform the workout above. The goal is to perform three to four sets of 12 reps, of the following. Once through a circuit, repeat again.

  1. Step Ups or Squats (beginner option)
  2. Bench Dips or Push-Ups (beginners perform knee or wall push-ups)
  3. Lunges or Jumping Lunges (Advanced. Beginners skip this section or try lunges.)
  4. Pull-Ups or Australian Pull-Ups (bodyweight rows with a suspension trainer. Anyone can do this version.)

Once through all four sets, perform your March Madness 2016 Home Workout BONUS! This equals 5 Burpees if your team wins and 10 Burpees if your team loses! Try this for all games watched. 🙂

What do you think?

Like this workout, then please comment on your progress below and don’t forget to share it with a friend. Anyone can work out anywhere during March Madness!

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About The Author

Coach Justin

Justin and Jessica Rundle are Spokane natives and the founders of Workout Anywhere (a Northwest fitness training app for busy parents, by busy parents). In addition, the two are the official strength & conditioning coaches for Mt. Spokane High School. To Learn more about Jessica and Justin Rundle, click here: Meet Team RundleFit.

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