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Workout of the Week

interval training

 

Instead of dividing workouts by upper body or lower body, build full body strength from side to side with this Unilateral Movement interval training workout. 

 

 

A motivational note from Octane Fitness team member and certified group fitness leader:

One foot in front of the other, that’s all it takes. When jogging, running, cycling, or doing any kind of cardio workout, you are forced to put one foot in front of the other over and over again. When you’re tired and ready to quit, it’s time to keep putting that one foot in front of the other… over and over again. When you’ve got a cramp or your lungs are on fire, you’ve just got to put that foot in front of the other. The truth is that you’re only going to make progress if you’re willing to put in the work.

Yes, it will take you out of your comfort zone. There are fun workouts, but most of the interval training workouts that will really yield results are the ones that you have to hard work at. The work may be boring, and it’s definitely going to be exhausting. You’re just going to have to keep putting one foot in front of the other. What better way to continue moving those feet then with a CROSS CiRCUIT interval training workout? 

Work hard, keep going, and see results!
-Kelly

 

Octane Fitness Team Workout – 11/3
Download a PDF of our interval training workout.

interval training