This day is intentionally heavy…with deadlifts. Take your time during the deadlift sets, adjust your weights with working sets (keep them light for higher reps and heavy for the one set of 6), and make sure to get at least three minute’s rest in between sets.


Day 2

Pull-ups can be intimidating but consistency and time can help you achieve your goals! Pull-ups are a great full bodyweight exercise. Remember to engage your core throughout ALL of your exercises to ensure the best bang for your buck and, more importantly, proper form!


Day 3

Have high expectations to work on Day 3. Remember to s l o w your movements down to ensure great technique and proper muscle engagement. Be warned- the Summer HIIT can be done in or outside- or poolside for that matter- and is no joke for the experienced athlete or gym-goer.