Les Mills/Turbofire Hybrid Schedule - Phase One

When I started Les Mills PUMP in January, I knew I would need to change the schedule so that Sunday was my day off.  I also knew that I would need to incorporate Turbofire on my cardio days, because I am going to a Turbokick certification at the end of March and need to keep my moves current.  So I came up with a hybrid schedule for Phase One that I thought I would share.  I will share the other phases later.  This is a schedule that allows you to ramp up to the harder workouts so that when you get there, you have the strength and endurance to do them!  The first four weeks incorporate HIIT workouts, but it stops in week five and goes to straight cardio for the next four.  Phase One of Turbofire is four weeks, but for Les Mills PUMP it is five.  I stuck to five, because Les Mills PUMP is my primary workout, with Turbofire filling in. 

PHASE ONE
Week One:
M: Fire30, Stretch10
T: Pump Challenge
W: HIIT20, Stretch10, Hard Core Abs
Th: Pump Challenge
F: Fire30, LMP Flow
S: Pump Challenge, Hard Core Abs

Week Two:
M: Fire45, Stretch10
T: Pump and Burn
W: HIIT20, Stretch10, Hard Core Abs
Th: Pump Challenge
F: Fire30, Stretch10
S: Pump and Burn, Hard Core Abs

Week Three: 
M: Fire45 EZ, Stretch10
T: Pump and Burn
W: HIIT25, Stretch10, Hard Core Abs
Th: Pump and Burn
F: Fire45 EZ, Stretch10
S: Pump and Burn, Hard Core Abs

Week Four:
M: Fire 45, Stretch10
T: Pump and Burn
W: HIIT20, Stretch10, Hard Core Abs
Th: Pump and Burn
F: Fire55 EZ
S: Pump and Burn, Hard Core Abs

Week Five: 
M: Fire55 EZ
T: Pump and Shred
W: Fire 30, Stretch40
Th: Pump and Burn, Hard Core Abs
F: Fire 55 EZ
S: Pump and Shred, Hard Core Abs

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