Disclaimer: This workout can be a bit intense, so make sure you start light and keep adding weight and reps as needed.
1,000 Reps Of Glory
When you are first trying the following workout, don’t shoot for doing all 1,000 reps immediately. Build up to it (unless you’re ready to take on all 1,000 reps, then, by all means, do it!) This workout is intended to be an overall body workout that should take you about an hour to complete.
Thie 1,000 rep workout is tough and will challenge even a veteran fitness enthusiast. With that in mind, you absolutely DO NOT need to hit 1,000 reps your first time trying. Start doing as much as you can and continue building until you can hit 1,000 reps.
If you’ve completed the 1,000 rep workout and are looking for a bigger challenge, then kick it up a notch. Add free weights to your squats. Supplement a bench press exercise for one of the push routines. Keep adding weight until the workout is extremely challenging to complete. This workout is sure to push your body to the limits.
The Workout Plan
The goal is to complete 1,000 reps (repetitions). There are 10 different workouts listed in the infographic below. You have to complete 20 reps for each of the 10 workouts listed, then complete 5 rounds! That will give you a total of 1,000 reps, and a hell of a calorie burn at that!
Take a break between each set, recover and then start the next set. You can take a short break between the workouts as well but the goal is to not rest more than 30 seconds between each workout. Do fewer rounds if your rest between workouts is beginning to go over 30 seconds. You’ll want to hit this training program in circuit format, doing one right after another, then getting a break once the round is complete.
- 20 Repetitions Each Workout
- 10 Workouts In Each Round
- 5 Rounds Total
- 1,000 Reps
- Add free weights to add difficulty
- Start with fewer rounds if 5 isn’t possible yet