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LWF Challenge Workout: The Crescendo

Are you ready for a kettlebell (with a little bodyweight action) challenge, Thrivers? This workout moves pretty quickly and will make an excellent finisher to your regular workout. You can hit this workout in a couple ways: Treat it like a complex and use just one kettlebell. You will need to scale the weight to […]

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LWF Challenge Workout: Down for the Count

This week’s Lift Weights Faster Challenge Workout is a descending ladder complex — all you need is a set of dumbbells and a workout timer. The weight of the bells will be limited by what you can push press overhead for at least 10 reps, so be choosy with your weight. You want to be challenged but […]

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LWF Challenge Workout: The Swing Dancer

This week’s Lift Weights Faster Challenge Workout is a kettlebell and bodyweight workout called “The Swing Dancer.” Grab a kettlebell that you feel very proficient swinging for higher volume because you will be doing a lot of swinging. This workout won’t be too terrible though because, did you know? It’s physically impossible not to smile when you do […]

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Cardigan Mark’s Thriller Workout

Note from Cardigan Mark: I am the MTV generation. Before reality television, MTV used to actually show music videos. And these video’s defined my generation. Songs I sang, love notes I wrote, and dance moves I copied can all be traced back to channel 29, MTV. I was in the first grade when I first […]

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LWF Challenge Workout: The Jack and Jill

This week’s Lift Weights Faster Challenge Workout is going to hit you in all the right places — the core, legs, and shoulders are on blast with this one. To really target the core? Hold steady. During the Bodyweight Knee-To-Elbow Plank, imagine you’ve got a bowl of water balanced on the small of your back and […]

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LWF Challenge Workout: The Big 10

Today’s challenge workout is a descending ladder — every movement is going to stay at 10 reps for each round, except the Hand-Release Pushups, which will decrease by one rep on each round. The hand-release pushups start at 10 reps for the first round and work down to one rep, for a total of ten rounds. […]

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