Even though this workout only consists of four different exercises, it is pretty time consuming and difficult. The way that this routine works is that you are allowed to take as many breaks as you need during each exercise, but you are not allowed to move onto the next exercise until you have completed all the repetitions for the exercise you are currently doing.
The goal is to get through the workout as quickly as you can, and the only way to do that is to complete all 1,000 repetitions! Make sure that you stay hydrated during this workout, and that you do not start this workout on an empty stomach.
This workout will be as mentally tough as it will be physically, but finishing it will feel amazing!
1 sets, 100 reps
1 sets, 200 reps
1 sets, 300 reps
1 sets, 400 reps
Ever wondered what it took to be a Spartan warrior? Sure, you can get a good idea of it from watching one of the numerous the Spartan movies, or maybe playing some video games, but just how fit were those elite fighters? With the Spartan 1000 workout plan, you'll be pushing yourself to new limits... more
Ever wondered what it took to be a Spartan warrior? Sure, you can get a good idea of it from watching one of the numerous the Spartan movies, or maybe playing some video games, but just how fit were those elite fighters? With the Spartan 1000 workout plan, you'll be pushing yourself to new limits, and the only weight you'll have to lift is yourself!
Back in the days of Spartan warriors, you had to be fit to stay alive. Either you were able to fight and defend yourself and your property, or you were dead. Therefore, the Spartan training program had to be a challenge.
Notice however that we said try the Spartan 1000 workout plan, not necessarily complete it!
Only four exercises? Easy! Oh wait, take a look at the rep requirements. Why is it called the Spartan 1000 workout after all? There are 1000 reps total for this Spartan training program. The goal is to complete the workout as fast as possible.
Obviously it's going to be tough to get 200 push-ups in a row, so you're mostly likely going to have to stop. That's OK! You can break each exercise down into smaller, more manageable sets.
It's important that you don't give up as soon as you get tired! You have got to stick with it and finish off the workout! Giving up just isn't the Spartan way!
Staying consistent with this workout will get you great results, and give you that Spartan confidence you need to succeed! Get started today and put your body weight to work!