The 50-minute training uses terms such as AMRAP (as many repetitions as possible) and EMOM (every minute of the minute) and includes sprints of 100m and 200m, Renegade Rows and burberry's with dumbbell - doing as much as possible within one minute

Even when you're really fit, some workouts just have a shortcoming and make you sweat like you've never done before.

London Gym Sweat It has created a routine that could compete for one of the most difficult workouts in the world.

The 50-minute workout uses terms such as AMRAP (as many repetitions as possible) and EMOM (every minute at the moment) and includes sprints of 100m and 200m, renegade rows and dumbbell burpees – doing as much as possible within a minute.

Said to let you sweat the next day, get out of breath and hurt – it will push you out of your fitness comfort zone.

Do you think you are fit enough to still be at the end of the game? Femail has worked with the studio so that you can train at home if you are brave enough.

The 50-minute training uses terms such as AMRAP (as many repetitions as possible) and EMOM (every minute of the minute) and includes sprints of 100m and 200m, Renegade Rows and burberry's with dumbbell - doing as much as possible within one minute

The 50-minute training uses terms such as AMRAP (as many repetitions as possible) and EMOM (every minute of the minute) and includes sprints of 100m and 200m, Renegade Rows and burberry's with dumbbell – doing as much as possible within one minute

WARM UP

Begin your workout with a 100-meter sprint, at your maximum effort – aim for between 14 and 18 km / h, and then continue with 10 squat thrust.

For the squat punches stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and your arms along your side, lower in a squat position and place your hands on the floor. Kick your legs back in a plank position and then jump back in and go back to a squat position.

This is a great exercise to work the muscles in the legs, especially the gluteus maximus! Alternate between the sprints and the squat thrusts, every minute, on the minute for five minutes.

EMOM TRAINING

EMOM stands for & # 39; every minute on the minute & # 39; – it is a type of HIIT interval training where you push your body to its maximum capacity. The goal is to perform a programmed workout at the start of every minute for a set time. The faster you get the exercises done, the more time there is for recovery.

EMOM is a great way to measure progress after every minute and to test your cardiovascular fitness, speed and endurance.

Complete 1 rep of each of the following exercises, then 2, then 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. If you complete 8, go back down the ladder. The purpose of the ladder method is to complete 8 laps in the fastest possible time – it is a test of your mental strength just as much as your physical capacity, and is great for fat loss.

FLOOR CLOSED HANDLEBRAY BEAM

Complete 1 rep of each of the following exercises, including this bench thrust then 2, then 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. If you complete 8, go back down the ladder

Complete 1 rep of each of the following exercises, including this bench thrust then 2, then 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. If you complete 8, go back down the ladder

Complete 1 rep of each of the following exercises, including this bench thrust then 2, then 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. If you complete 8, go back down the ladder

Start by lying on the floor with your knees facing up and your feet hip-width apart. Grab two dumbbells, make sure they are pressed together and place them just above your chest.

Push up to stretch your arms and slowly lower the dumbbells down to your chest, keeping your elbows close to the body so that the focus is on the triceps.

RENEGADE ROWS

The renegade row, where you balance on dumbbells, is a great exercise for your chest, triceps and shoulders

The renegade row, where you balance on dumbbells, is a great exercise for your chest, triceps and shoulders

The renegade row, where you balance on dumbbells, is a great exercise for your chest, triceps and shoulders

Begin in a push-up position with your hands on two dumbbells under the shoulders and feet hip-width apart.

Keep the body still and the core engaged, lift one of the dumbbells to meet your torso and slowly lower it back to the ground.

Repeat on the other side and keep alternating. This is a great exercise for your chest, triceps and shoulders.

DUMBBELL BURPEEE

Gym in London Sweat It has created a routine that could be a candidate for one of the most difficult workouts in the world, including this dumbbell burpee

Gym in London Sweat It has created a routine that could be a candidate for one of the most difficult workouts in the world, including this dumbbell burpee

Gym in London Sweat It has created a routine that could be a candidate for one of the most difficult workouts in the world, including this dumbbell burpee

Begin to stand upright with a dumbbell in each hand. With your feet hip-width apart, bend forward and lower the dumbbells to the floor.

Jump backwards with your feet in a strong, high plank position – your arms stretched out, hands resting on each barbell.

Then jump with your feet up to your hands so that they land outside of each barbell.

Lower the dumbbells with deadlift from the ground, keep your spine straight and push a little forward from the hips. Then bend to lower the dumbbells back to the floor and repeat the move.

AMRAP EXERCISE

This stands for as many rounds as possible and it is about completing as much work as possible in a certain time.

AMRAP workouts are designed to burn a large amount of calories in a relatively short time and will help to improve strength, endurance and endurance.

Completing the same AMRAP training over time is a great way to measure your progress.

This 8-12 minute AMRAP includes a 400 meter run at approximately 12 to 16 km / h and also 12 human makers – try to complete as many laps as possible in 8-12 minutes.

HUMAN MAKERS

Jump in with your feet in and then go into a full squat, lift the dumbbells just above the shoulders and keep the elbows locked

Jump in with your feet in and then go into a full squat, lift the dumbbells just above the shoulders and keep the elbows locked

After the 400 meter long run, the human makers start in a standing position with a dumbbell in each hand.

After the 400 meter long run, the human makers start in a standing position with a dumbbell in each hand.

An AMRAP training stands for as many rounds as possible and it means that you have to complete as much work as possible within a certain time. That includes this training from the human maker

After the 400 meter long run, the human makers start in a standing position with a dumbbell in each hand. Lower the dumbbells to the floor and place the body in a push-up position.

Take the box to the floor and perform a push-up. Lift one arm in a row and lower it and do the same move with the other arm (just like the renegade rows).

Jump in with your feet in and then get into a full squat, lift the dumbbells just above the shoulders and keep your elbows locked. Push up from the squat position and raise your arms.

SIX MIN AMRAP

For this amorphous start of 6 minutes with a run of 200 meters at around 12 to 16 km / h

For this amorphous start of 6 minutes with a run of 200 meters at around 12 to 16 km / h

In the allotted time you should try to do as many exercises as possible

In the allotted time you should try to do as many exercises as possible

For this 6 minute AMRAP start with a 200 meter run at approximately 12 to 16 km / h, continue pressing and squats

Start with a 200 meter run at about 12 to 16 km / h, and then perform 10 push presses and 5 squats.

A printing press is a dynamic compound exercise that increases strength and power in both the upper and lower body.

Stand with a pair of dumbbells just outside your shoulders, with your arms bent and palms facing each other.

Slightly bend your knees and then press explosively on your legs while pushing the weights straight over your shoulders. Lower the dumbbells back to the starting position and repeat.

Finish with a deep weighted squat - stand with your feet slightly wider than the hip width, with the toes facing forward

Finish with a deep weighted squat - stand with your feet slightly wider than the hip width, with the toes facing forward

Finish with a deep weighted squat – stand with your feet slightly wider than the hip width, with the toes facing forward

Finish with a deeply weighted squat – stand with your feet slightly wider than the hip width, with the toes facing forward. Drive your hips back – bend to the knees in a squat position, go as deep as you can and hold the chest up and the shoulders out.

Make sure the heels stay firmly on the floor and the knees are pushed out. Press on your feet and ride up through the legs to return to the starting position.

When you're done, go back and start again with the 200m sprints.

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