*Please note: In the video, the text slides mistakenly say three sets instead of four. The workout is intended to be progressions of three sets of four reps per workout, with a final set of eight reps.
Mountain climbers/plank walk on hands/jumping air squats
Plank ups/plank walk on forearms/scissor lunges
Push ups/plank walk on hands/diamond jacks
Plank jacks/plank walk on forearms/high knee jumps
1 minute wide squat hops
1 minute plank jumps over mat
1 minute surfer Burpees
Michele McGovern is a music teacher turned fitness junkie. She’s a boot camp instructor at Maximus Health & Fitness in Riverhead, and a personal trainer and owner of COREfit. The happily married mom of three boys, she loves investing in people and seeing lives transformed from the inside out.
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