Morning workout to boost your energy, fat loss, daily positive mood, focus and brain productivity. Try this morning workout - feel amazing afterward.
Try This Morning Workout to Skyrocket Your Fat Loss!
You Need a Regular Jump Rope and 18 Minutes of Your Time. Enjoy Your Training Video Below.
Morning Workout For
Unlimited Energy Afterwards
Morning workouts are great. If being applied in a smart way, can deliver an outstanding energy and mental boost throughout the end of the day. And if you have a lot of mental tasks ahead of you, then I highly recommend you to try this morning jump rope workout.
It's a beginner training level, however, it can be applied for the intermediate trainee as well. I had a great cardio session by doing this one (and I consider myself as an intermediate to advanced level training guy).
So either you're out of shape or training regularly - this morning workout will help you work on your cardio, conditioning, endurance, fat loss, energy improvement and stamina.
Here's The Structure of Your Morning Jump Rope Workout
Do 3 rounds by alternating the following exercises:
1. Two feet regular jump rope bounce - 50 repetitions
2. Tuck jump - 10 repetitions
3. Two feet regular jump rope bounce - 50 repetitions
4. Push up + alternating knee to chest raise - repetitions
5. Two feet regular jump rope bounce - 50 repetitions
6. Speed burpee - 10 repetitions
7. Two feet regular jump rope bounce - 50 repetitions
8. Mountain climber - 50 repetitions
If you cannot endure the whole morning workout without rest between the exercises, then take 10-15 seconds so you can catch your breath back. Otherwise, try to rest as minimum as possible between the movements.
Rest between rounds: 90-120 seconds.
Why to Do More Cardio
and Conditioning Work in
Your Morning Workouts?
Simple - more energy until the end of the upcoming day.
Through my 20+ years of training experience, I have learned one simple thing - morning workouts should be "lighter" with more cardio and endurance focus.
It's not just me that thinks that way. I have spoken with many coaches and clients of mine as well, and more than 90% of these guys are sharing the same opinion.
Morning workouts are better for throwing your cardio and conditioning work.
And the afternoon/evening workouts are more convenient for lifting, pumping and heavier resistance work.
In the morning our core temperature is lower and the nervous system is sleepy and sluggish. That's the simple reason you have more power and strength after 17:00PM (then the core temperature increases in your body) and you have eaten at least 3-4 times until then. That means more loaded muscles and better performance.
So a higher core temperature, the more awaken your nervous system is and the better performance you will get.
Morning workouts are a great chance to help your body wake by throwing some cardio and conditioning work. The output/results later in the day will surprise you! Positive mood, endless energy and stamina to end up your daily tasks like a real champ.
I Cannot Do Any Morning Workouts, Can I Do This Session at The Afternoon or Evening?
You bet you can. Absolutely.
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This morning jump rope workout is a great option for boosting your days. Either you're a beginner or intermediate training guy - this workout will deliver great results for you.
Benefits such as: more energy, brain/cognitive productivity, enhanced fat loss, strength endurance, agility and stamina.
Most of these benefits will help you dominate the following day, feel highly productive and end up your day like a real champion.
Tell me in the comment below, do you like the morning workouts, or you're the guy that loves the afternoon/evening workouts? Will love to hear from you.
Thanks for reading!
PS: love jumping rope? Then check the great Ross Enamait: http://rosstraining.com/blog/
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