Holding it Tight – Static Holds Workout Routine

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Training your body with Holding it Tight static workout routine

Holding it Tight – Static Holds Workout Routine

When we think about workout we always have some jumping, running, pushups and other dynamic movement in mind, but you can also break a sweat with simple static holds.

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I know some of you might be in doubt when it comes to static holds, but if you give it a try, you will see that these will get you tired sooner than you think. Static holds look simple, but what they require from you is to keep your muscles contracted for time in order to keep the proper form and to make this even more interesting you have to keep squeezing quite a few muscle groups to make this happen.

So give it a try before you start judging and you will see how simple things can make a great workout.

Let us now get back to our Holding it Tight workout routine…

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Exercises:

  • 90 seconds Wall Sit
  • 60 seconds HandStand (free standing or wall assisted)
  • 30 seconds Frog Stand
  • 60 seconds Straight Arms Plank
  • 90 seconds Wall Sit
  • 60 seconds Side Plank (right side)
  • 30 seconds Back Bridge
  • 60 seconds Side Plank (left side)
  • 90 seconds Plank

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Workout instructions:

  1. Execute exercises in given order.
  2. Make sure your form is right.
  3. Elevate your shoulders while performing HandStand and Straight Arms Plank holds.
  4. Take 30 seconds rest between exercises.
  5. Take 2 minutes rest between cycles.
  6. Perform 3 to 5 cycles (depending on your level of fitness).

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