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10
2015

Beta Cycle: Focus T25 Upper Focus

For this Focus T25 Upper Focus workout you will need dumbells or resistance bands and a yoga mat. This workout ‘s warm up starts you off with some lunges, then kicks, and finally jabs. With 21:45 minutes on the clock Shaun T gets right into the upper focus with planks; push-ups, and chest openers.

Now you only have 18:40 left and you will need to grab your weights. You will be doing a sprint while jabbing in the air with the weights. This exercise is a progression exercise so will take longer than most. With 15:45 now left you will be getting on ground with the weights to do arm flies, be carful not to drop the weights on your face.

Then get up and do some jacks without the weights. 12:00 minutes on the clock and you will again pick up the weights and do a few rows. Drop the weights again and do shuffles, this will get your heart rate up and give your arms a quick rest. Less than 10:00 minutes left and you’ll be doing bicep curls and jabs. Then its time to get on the floor for some exercises that use your body as the weights. Like triceps dip and straight leg hip-up.

Now counting down from 3:05 minutes, you will be doing planks, bicep curls, and push-ups, hip-up and “V” holds. Finally the time is up and you can start your cool down.

Here are what exercises you will be doing in the Upper Focus workout:

  • Warm Up: Lunges, Kicks, and Jabs
  • Planks
  • Push-ups
  • Chest Openers
  • Jabs while Sprinting
  • Arm Flies
  • Jacks
  • Rows
  • Shuffles
  • Bicep Curls
  • Jabs
  • Triceps dip
  • Straight Leg Hip-Up
  • Planks
  • Bicep Curls
  • Push-Ups
  • “V” Holds
  • Cool Down

Now here is the reminder of what equipment you will be needing for this workout video:

  • Dumbells: This video gives you the option to either use resistance bands or dumbells for most of the exercises. Shaun T will tell you how to alter the exercise depending on what you choose to use. Just because they are easier and less confusing I would suggest that you stick with the weight because you can adjust the weight size easily. And because that is Shaun T’s first option too.

 

  • Resistance Bands: Just like I mentioned in the dumbells section above, you can either use resistance bands or dumbells for most of the exercises in this video. The choice is up to you just remember weights are easier when doing this program. However I also really liked using the resistance bands because I felt my abs also getting a workout when doing a few exercises. So if you can not choose, I would say just buy them both and test them out to see which ones you end up preferring.

 

  • Yoga Mat: The mat is for when you have to get on the ground to do some work. I found it a lot easier to exercises with a mat underneath me than my hard wood floors. The mat is also great for keeping your feet from sliding around. Because trust me you will be getting some sweat on the ground.
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author: Danny Sparks

Founder of Workout Training Review, I am passionate about finding the right workout to fit your needs. Choosing your routine can truly be the difference from success and failure. Let's find out what fits your needs together!

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