HOLY CRAP! Ultimate Sandbag Workouts have JUST gone insane right?!
Who would be insane enough to write lifting three tons!? THIS GUY!
Even with all my physical ailments people are shocked at how hard, but SMART I train!
If you look at it, a ton really isn’t as intimidating as it may sound. Yes, it is 2,000 pounds, but let’s look at how realistic it is.
If we Clean and Press 40 pounds for a total of 50 repetitions in a workouts, we have our ton! Yea, I didn’t say it was EASY, I said it was VERY possible.
Of course I don’t make DVRT Ultimate Sandbag workouts just your every day training session. One ton isn’t enough, we are going for a minimum of THREE!
Okay, seriously, it really isn’t THAT bad.
This DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workout though will hit you from head to toe. What makes it REALLY unique is that some people try to use the same thought process in their workouts, but they choose exercises that aren’t nearly as effective. I’m not going to sell any specific exercises out, but if you can do 500 or 1000 of something in a workout, you simply don’t have enough intensity or loading on the body. These Ultimate Sandbag workouts really take care of that while helping you move better and focus on quality.
Ladies, I am going to recommend you being with a 40 pound Strength Ultimate Sandbag. Fellas, I’m going to suggest a 60 pound Strength Ultimate Sandbag. YES, you can go heavier or lighter as you need (I’ll let you know when time to go heavier). BTW, yes, my math on our Ultimate Sandbag workouts isn’t off, if you go heavier than 40 pounds you will be at 2,000 pounds which equals one ton and if you go to 60 pounds already over 4,000 pounds of work. That is why I said 3 tons of work in your Ultimate Sandbag workouts isn’t that bad. Performing the following for 2-3 rounds is plenty!
The DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workout is actually pretty simple. We are going to use a ladder of 7, 6, 5, 4, and 3 repetitions with just two lifts, Clean and Press with the Staggered Shoulder Squat.
How do you do it? We are going to pair these two exercises and go back and forth until we complete the entire ladder. Once you complete the ladder of these two DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training exercises you will rest up to 2 minutes and then try to complete it for a second cycle.
The other key is to record how long it takes you to complete the DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training 3 Ton workout. This is important as it will help us measure how your fitness is improving.
As you moving through the ladder you may need to stop and rest, that is no problem. Take as long as you need and when you can continue the ladder.
The 3 Ton DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workout would look like the following:
7 Staggered Shoulder Squats Right
7 Clean and Press
7 Staggered Shoulder Squats left
6 Staggered Shoulder Squats Right
6 Clean and Press
6 Staggered Shoulder Squats Left
all the way down to 3 repetitions of these movements.
Ultimate Sandbag Shoulder Staggered Squat
Ultimate Sandbag Clean and Press
When do you increase the weight? There are a two good indicators. The first being if you can perform the two ladders with literally no rest, you need to move up.
The second is if you are able to shave your time down by more than 20%. A real life example of this is if you completed the 3 Ton DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training workout in 6 minutes your first attempt. A week later you repeat the workout and you finish in a bit under 5 minutes. That would be about a 20% improvement and time for you to move up in weight?
How much? I would recommend 10 pounds if you want an incremental jump, 20 if you want to really push yourself.
Obviously if you are doing over 40 pounds you are going to hit OVER the three tons. That’s okay with me! However, it isn’t just the numbers. I mean, we could do a three tons on a leg press or even probably biceps curls, such things will be NOWHERE as effective as these DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training exercises.
Get more out of your DVRT Ultimate Sandbag workouts with these great programs HERE for 25% off use coupon code “spring2018”
© 2023 Ultimate Sandbag Training. Site by Jennifer Web Design.