The phrase ‘hitting the wall’ is often used in fitness to describe a point at which you either can’t do any more (as in, “at the 20 mile mark, I hit the wall”; I wish!)
I sometimes use the term literally in my group fitness classes, telling my participants to “hit the wall and give me 20” (wall squats, pushups, medball slams, whatever).
Today’s workout requires a stability ball and an optional set of dumbbells. Oh, and a wall, of course!
The “Hit the Wall Workout” is a timed circuit. Five exercises, 30 s of each, resting for 15 seconds before moving on to the next. Get through it at least twice for a quick, whole body workout! Four rounds is less than 2% of your day. Just sayin’…
And for those of you who want something they can Pin or print out and take to the gym… 😉
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Disclaimer: Although I am a registered Personal Trainer, I am not YOUR Personal Trainer (although I could be! Check out my NEW ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAM). Always adapt workouts to suit your body and fitness level. Always consult your doctor before beginning a new exercise program.