No More Bodyweight Cardio 2.0
The popular No More Boring Cardio workout program has been updated…version 2.0. The program is more than just a 4-week bodyweight routine. It now also allows you to claim weekly motivational and training tips. The updated version includes finishers, keeps the workouts fast paced, and includes more information on how to schedule your workouts around a busy schedule. More
The popular No More Boring Cardio workout program has been updated…version 2.0.
Here are 7 improvements that have been made in the new version:
Weekly motivational content. I’ve been sending out some motivational content, along with specific workout-related content. Some of you have loved it, and have been asking for more. I realized that just getting a workout isn’t enough, getting yourself motivated to stick to a program is equally important.
No more stability ball. I’ve also received questions regarding substitutes for stability ball. Even though stability ball training is great, it’s impractical for complete beginners, and may not be the best option to perform in a circuit due to increased set-up time.
Single workout routine. Providing 3 versions of each workout – beginner, intermediate, and advanced – confused people. In addition, there is no real way that I can judge where you’re starting off with. I’ve decided to stick to one routine and provide instructions on how you can modify the program to match your fitness level.
No pullups – Inverted rows will be the primary back exercise used in circuits. In the warmups, there will movements you can do train for pullups. Also use them if you want to increase your pullup numbers.
Finishers – This is probably my favorite addition to the program: finishers. A finisher at the end of each workout is used to smash your body and help take you to the next level. I believe this is where the real magic of the new version lies.
Weekly training logs – to keep you on task, I provide you with training logs sent straight to your inbox each week. I also provide suggestions on how you can improve your workouts from week to week.
How to organize your program – More details are also included on how you can schedule your workouts throughout the week. So whether you have 2 days, 3 days, or 4 days to train, you can adjust the program accordingly.
Get started on the brand new program today!