We have a workout experiment for you.
It’s simple. It’s effective. And it’s tailor-made for people who work from home.
If that’s your situation right now, there may be no better time to try it.
Give it a shot, and it might help you:
- Move more frequently throughout your day for better overall health
- Make working out seem “easier” while improving your fitness
- Do lots of exercise—without needing an hour of uninterrupted time
- Take short work breaks that invigorate your mind
- Have fun trying out a new approach to exercise
Let’s start with the background.
Most well-rounded workouts last about an hour and total around 100 to 200 reps at most.
Okay, that might not be what most people do on their own. But as the exercise program director here at Precision Nutrition, it’s how I design workouts for our clients.
In one of these workouts, you’ll do about 25-50 total reps of primary exercises—movement like squats, deadlifts, pullups, and presses.
You may do 10 sets of three, five sets of 10, or the ole reliable “5×5” template (or any variation in that range). A very high-volume workout might feature 10 sets of 10 repetitions.
After this, you might