Total body workouts are the bread and butter of your training. Connecting the upper and lower halves, total body workouts bring function to all of the training you’ve been doing. Although the weights might be lighter, the effort needs to remain high and you should push yourself near your limits in these training sessions.

5 sets:
3 reps, Turkish get-up, no rest
10 reps, Light dumbbell pull-overs, no rest
*Perform one light and one moderate weight set of Turkish get-ups then 3 heavy sets.

5 sets:
10 reps per side, standing single-arm band row, no rest between sides

3-4 sets:
8 reps per side, kettlebell cross-body deadlift
No rest between sides

4 sets:
20 reps, alternating single-leg v-up

Posted by Jeremy Meredith

  1. Did it. Great workout. Only change I made was to do (relatively) heavy dumbbell rows instead of single arm band rows as the bends didn’t provide enough resistance.
    Made sure there was basically zero rest between sets of them as well as the getups and the deads.
    Thanks for the great material 💪🏼

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    1. Jeremy Meredith April 12, 2022 at 8:06 pm

      Nice work Eric! Heavy dumbbell rows are a great exercise and hard to pass up when you get the opportunity.

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