Football players are fierce competitors and phenomenal athletes. This sport is incredibly demanding on the body, so athletes must stay in tip-top shape so they can perform at the highest level possible. Players spend an enormous amount of time working on their fitness so they can stay healthy during the season and have a long career in the NFL. In keeping with the fitness programs of these athletes, try our Super Bowl inspired workout challenge!
Try This Intense Super Bowl Inspired Workout Challenge
This challenge is derived from the kinds of training programs those incredible players might do in preparation for the game. You’ll notice that it focuses on a combination of speed, agility, and strength, which equates to an awesome full body workout! Once you’re finished, you’ll feel like you just worked out like an elite athlete. The only thing left to do now is chill out with your friends and family and enjoy watching the big game knowing you put your hard work in at the gym!
A Pre-Workout Tip:
Before you get started with this challenge, make sure you warm up properly, and also take the time to cool down afterward. This workout will be tough for everyone, especially for beginners. Ask a Get Fit personal trainer to help you figure out some regressions to make it suitable for your personal level of fitness.
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This Super Bowl inspired workout challenge is designed to be completed once. However, in the unlikely event that you still have loads of energy left once you’ve completed it, you could try for a second round, depending on your experience and fitness level. Remember: Channel your inner football superstar to keep you going!
Your Super Bowl Inspired Workout Challenge:
- Deadlifts (10 reps)
- Battle rope slams (20 reps)
- Tire box jumps (10 reps)- Make sure the tire is stable and on a flat surface!
- Tire flips (5 reps)
- Burpees (15 reps)
- Tire elevated push-ups (12 reps)- Either hands or feet on the tire
- Speed ladders high knees (4 reps)- 1 rep is a length of the speed ladder
- Rebounder sit ups (12 reps)
- Sprints with a ‘touchdown’ (6 reps)- 1 rep is a length of the room