Welcome to the 20/40 Rep Full-Body Workout.
This full-body workout is combining some more advanced movements with some basic ones.
But first thing’s first – never skip your warm-up!
It’s just as important as your actual workout.
I could go on and keep rambling about the importance of warming up but I already did that in a different post.
If you have a little more time, give this extensive warm-up a try:
20/40 Rep Full-Body Workout
20/40 rep Full-Body Workout
20 reps Pike Push-Ups
40 reps Air Squats
20 reps Inverted Row
40 reps Sit-Ups
20 reps Dips
40 reps Lunges
20 reps Push-Ups
40 reps Russian Twist
20 reps Dumbbell Deadlifts
40 reps Curls
If you want to just save the 40 rep full-body workout as an image on your phone:
How to approach it?
Go at your own speed from the beginning and break the sets into manageable rep schemes.
Take breaks when needed because you are going to do a lot of reps.
Focus on keeping a steady pace throughout all three rounds.
- Before you scale the movement, try to scale the reps to 15 or 12 first.
- If you need to scale the movement, scale it to something that is still challenging for you, e.g. instead of regular dips you can do chair dips or instead of regular push-ups you can do push-ups on your knees
- Remember that scaling is nothing bad – everybody starts somewhere and we are looking to create the same training stimulus
After a long workout like that make sure to have a proper cool down to avoid injuries & give your body the time to recover.
If you don’t have your own cooldown routine, give the following a try:
If you enjoyed this workout, definitely make sure to give the following a try and bookmark them for later: