Workout with your Valentine!

Take a break from heart shaped candy this Valentine’s day by trying this quick workout built for two! Perform 10-12 reps of each exercise, moving from one exercise to the next. When complete, repeat!

1. Partner Bosu Squat to Row

Wrap two resistance bands around each other. Step onto your Bosu’s with enough distance between you for adequate tension. Simultaneously squat until the tops of your thighs are parallel with the ground. As you stand, pull the bands into your chest, releasing as you begin your next squat.

2. Partner Hip Raise Hold with Bicep Curl 

Wrap two resistance band around each other, and lay opposing your partner with feet towards the center. Bridge your hips off the ground, making a straight line between your knees and shoulders. Maintain this position while simultaneously curling the bands to your shoulders then releasing back to a straight arm position.

3. Partner Tricep Dips

Using a bench or plyo box, place hands on edge of bench with finger facing outward. Bend at the elbows and lower your body until making a 90 degree angle with your arm, then press back up into the starting position. Adjust the difficulty by having your feet closer or farther from the bench.

 

 

4. Partner Plank with Forearm Taps

Assume a forearm plank position facing each other (can be from knees or toes) and tap opposing forearms with your partner. Reset into the starting plank position, and tap the other arm. Continue alternating until number of reps is complete.

5. V-Sit MedBall Pass on Bosu

Sit on Bosu facing each other with your knees bent, feet up, and one of you holding a medicine ball. Toss medicine ball back and forth while maintaining your balance until total reps are completed.

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