The 30-Day At-Home Challenge – Week 2

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The 30-Day At-Home Challenge – Week 2

Looking for a challenge?

We’ve teamed up with Season 1 Broken Skull Challenge winner Tommy Hackenbruck for a month-long fitness challenge! Every week for a month, we’re sharing a special workout from Hackenbruck that you can do right at home or outside in your neighborhood.

Week 1 was all about sit-ups and sprints. For this week, Hackenbruck’s designed a quick, simple workout of push-ups and dips, including modifications for three different fitness levels. Watch the video below and follow along, and tune into CMT on Sundays at 8pm (7pm Central) to watch Broken Skull Challenge and get inspired!

 

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7 responses to “The 30-Day At-Home Challenge – Week 2”

  1. Raker says:

    No rep or set information?

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  2. Old track coach says:

    I have coached for over 40 years and Tommy knows what he is talking about.

  3. Christy Hoffmann says:

    It would be good to know how many rounds, reps or sets to do.

  4. JofJLTNCB6 says:

    To everyone (on this and the other thread) complaining about not being given rep/set schemes –

    This is not intended to be a complete program. These are just some movements that you might find interesting/from which you might benefit. Actual programming of these movements into a comprehensive program to account for a wide audience is very far beyond the scope of this blog post/one minute video.

    My short answer to the question is to do “some” of these movements “some” of the days. Ideally, work them into a more comprehensive program. And if you’re currently doing nothing, then doing a few of these movements (aka “something”) is a step in the right direction.

    TL;DR – don’t overthink this. Just do something. You can try to figure out if you’re doing the right something once you have some momentum/experience doing something for a while.

    DISCLAIMER – I am not Tommy. I am not a coach/PT/fitness guru. I am not associated with MFP in any way whatsoever. I’m just a guy who has been around enough to recognize when analysis paralysis is keeping others from moving forward.

  5. Carolyn Caruso says:

    so, this is one workout per week? do it every day, every other day? or just when you feel like it? any recommendations on measuring 100 meters for those without a track nearby?

  6. Helen says:

    Sounds good, what about nutrional plan to accomodate the 30 day challenge?

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