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Which hotels in Porreres are suitable for families or travelers with kids? For each exercise you will do 6 timed sets. For this workout you will need a waist high support just like in Eval Level 2. Week 11 Day 1 was the first time I did this workout, however it was actually my second week of Level 3 workouts. The Tripod Push Ups with your legs wide was so much harder than I expected it to be.
Since Mark no longer gives you target reps to complete in your 40 second intervals I quit dropping to my knees during push ups. I got some pretty unimpressive numbers compared to how many push ups on my toes I finished last week out with 70 but this is a more challenging type of push up in my opinion at least plus the workout is structured differently not as much rest time between sets of push ups.
In six 40 second intervals, I managed 47 push ups 20 seconds of rest between each set. The Iron Mikes are really challenging for me. It is also the only exercise in this entire workout that you can look at the TV screen and still maintain good form and, since it is untimed, the first interval I followed Mark.
We both did 21 reps but the remaining 5 intervals I went slower than him. If you follow Mark for all 6 sets you would do reps. Week 13 Day 1 was the second and last! Not sure why. I did sleep poorly. I had a very hard time getting through every single exercise and my muscles started trembling after I started the Iron Mikes. For Let Me Ups I did reps each set. For Iron Mikes I did reps each set.
For Body Rocks I did 14 reps each set. For the Tripod Push Ups I did reps each set for a total of 71 push ups all on my toes in 6 sets. So, in spite of my body rebelling against this workout, I did 24 more push ups then when I did it two weeks ago. Opus Level 1 is minutes minutes with warm up and stretch. There are 4 circuits consisting of 4 exercises that are done back to back. Each exercise is done for 40 seconds. For circuit 1 you get 15 seconds of rest between each exercise.
For the remaining circuits you get 20 seconds of rest between each exercise. You get 20 seconds of rest between each circuit. You do as many reps of each exercise as you can in the time allotted with perfect form. The first minutes of this workout is tutorials for all of the exercises. Still a solid workout. The next time I did Opus was during Week 3.
I still found it easier than the other workouts, but still a solid workout. I was sweating and got a good workout. There are 5 circuits consisting of 4 exercises that are done back to back. For me at least. I was actually able to do more full push ups on my toes in this workout than I was in Eval Level 2. But that is due to the structure of the workout.
In Eval Level 2, the 5 sets are repeated one right after the other with only 20 seconds of recovery between each set. In Opus, you do a 4 exercise circuit—so there is a lot more recovery time before returning to the push ups. My first time doing Opus Level 2, I was able to do a total of 16 push ups on my toes! Not all at once, but split between circuits.
I was actually quite pleased that I was able to get out that many push ups on my toes. Especially after Eval Level 2 yesterday! The second time I did Level 2 was Week 7. This time I was able to do 25 push ups on my toes, 5 each circuit before dropping to my knees to complete the interval.
The 3rd time I did Level 2 was Week 9. I did 36 push ups on my toes before dropping to my knees: 10 in circuit 1, 8 in circuit 2 and 6 in the last 3 circuits. Each circuit I did 16 push ups total. Opus Level 3 is 31 minutes 44 minutes with warm up and stretch. There are 6 circuits consisting of 4 exercises that are done back to back. I will do as many on my toes as possible and when my form deteriorates, I will take a brief break to regroup and try again until the 40 seconds is over.
I was able to do 12 Tripod Push Ups on two of the circuits and 10 on all the others for a total of 64 Tripod Push Ups wide , all on my toes, in 6 circuits. As for the other exercises, I did 12 Scorpion Over Kicks each set. I averaged Squats with a Hop each set and I averaged Skydivers each set. Week 13 Day 2 was the second and final time I did this workout. I did a total of 82 Tripod Push ups all on my toes! As for the remainder of the exercises: I also did 14 Scorpion Over Kicks each circuit; Squat with a Hop each circuit; and Skydivers each circuit.
I never feel like I improved until I compare my numbers to how I performed the last time I did the workout and I am always surprised. Well, except for push ups. I frequently know when I did more on my toes but I am still surprised by how many more I do on my toes. Ruckus Level 1 is 19 minutes 32 minutes with warm up and stretch.
For the remaining 16 minutes, you cycle through all 4 exercises, doing the specified number of reps with no breaks. Once you complete the circuit, you repeat it—and just keep going for the entire 16 minutes with no breaks. This workout is visually different than the others.
Since you are repeating the circuits non-stop at your own pace, Mark has the screen separated into quarters for the entire 16 minutes. In each quarter is a video of him running through one of the exercises non-stop for 16 minutes. Right below each video it tells you how many reps you need to do. Each video is also numbered so with a quick glance, you know not only the order you are to do each exercise but how many reps of each exercise to do.
The first time I did this workout I made it through 4 complete circuits and was on the 3rd exercise of the 5th circuit when the 16 minutes was up. Between each circuit, I went to a notebook on a shelf nearby and made a mark so I could keep track of how many circuits I had completed and I also took a drink of water.
I only felt it in my left quad while doing the lunges but that became bearable by the 2nd circuit and I was able to go deeper into the lunge. This workout completed my first week of 90 Day Challenge workouts and I noticed a definite performance improvement over Day 1 Eval Level 1. So I am looking forward to seeing how my Eval Level 1 goes next week. The second time I did Rucks Level 1 was the end of Week 3. I got through 5 and a half circuits on my 6th circuit I got through the first 2 exercises.
So a big improvement! I am definitely getting stronger. This will be the last time I do Level 1 of this workout. Ruckus Level 2 is minutes minutes with warm up and stretch. For the remaining 20 minutes, you cycle through all 4 exercises, doing the specified number of reps with no breaks.
Once you complete the circuit, you repeat it—and just keep going for the entire 20 minutes with no breaks. Level 2 is set up visually the same as Level 1. I completed exercise 2 of the second circuit when the 20 minutes ended. It was tough. I found all of the exercises challenging except for the side lunges.
For the RDLs, balance was more of a problem with my arms streamlined than it was when they were at a T in Level 1 workouts. The Let Me Ups are so much harder than I expected them to be. I can barely eek out the 12 reps. During the last few circuits I got out 9 reps, had to take a short break before doing the last 3 reps. And they make my hands and wrists cramp! Finally, my real challenge and one of the whole reasons I am even doing this entire program—the push ups. Since I made it through 7 push up circuits I did a total of 84 push ups—but only 23 of those push ups were on my toes.
I always started the set on my toes but only got out reps before I had to drop to my knees. What I did notice is on the sets where I got 4 push ups out before dropping to my knees, the first two on my toes were pretty strong before I started struggling to maintain form.
So I am seeing a definite improvement! I seem to do more every workout, which is what I hoped for. The second time I did Level 2 was during Week 7 and I made it through 7 complete circuits. I had 20 seconds left and I was worn out so I decided not to start the 8th circuit. I did a total of 43 push ups on my toes!!!! Circuit 1 I did 9 on my toes, circuits I did 6 on my toes and circuit 7 I did 4 on my toes.
I am definitely getting stronger! The Let Me Ups are getting easier, too, though they are definitely not easy. I got out all 12 reps without having to stop for a break but the last 3 reps were definitely harder than the first 9. Not sure why, but I am able to get out those first 9 reps pretty strong, then the last 3 reps are more challenging.
But I did them all without pause. The third time I did this workout was the end of Week 9. That is a major improvement! Ruckus Level 3 is minutes minutes with warm up and stretch. For the remaining 24 minutes, you cycle through all 4 exercises, doing the specified number of reps with no breaks.
Once you complete the circuit, you repeat it—and just keep going for the entire 24 minutes with no breaks. The first time I did this workout was during Week I managed 8 circuits plus the first 2 exercises of the 9th circuit plus 7 reps of the 3rd exercise. I did a total of 98 push ups on my toes. I am even stunned! During the workout I just make hashmarks for completing a circuit plus I write down the total number of push ups I did on my toes that circuit. I cannot believe how many I managed on my toes!
The first 4 circuits I did all 12 reps on my toes. Circuit 5 I did 9 on my toes before dropping to my knees. Circuit 6 I did 11 on my toes. I find all of the exercises challenging, but I am able to do all of the reps required without failing or modifying. The push ups continue to be my ongoing challenge. But over all, every Level 3 exercise wears me out!
Week 13 is the second and final time I did this workout. I was driven before and during this workout. I wanted to end this 90 Day Challenge being able to do at least push ups on my toes and this was the workout that could help make that happen. I made it through 9 complete circuits plus all of the reps of the first two exercises of the 10th circuit. I did every single push up on my toes.
That equals push ups. This workout actually did seem easier than before. Not easy—I was working very hard, but for the first time in 90 days I actually felt stronger and more powerful! Tyrant Level 1 is 21 minutes 34 minutes with warm up and stretch. For the remaining 18 minutes, you cycle through all 4 exercises, doing the specified number of reps with no breaks. Once you complete the circuit, you repeat it—and just keep going for the entire 18 minutes with no breaks. Tyrant workouts are set up just like Ruckus workouts.
Mark has the screen separated into quarters for the entire 18 minutes. In each quarter is a video of him running through one of the exercises non-stop for 18 minutes. I also took a drink of water and made a mark in a notebook between each circuit to keep track of how many circuits I completed. This was a tough workout but I did noticed that the Body Rocks burned out my upper body less than they did just two days prior when I did Eval 1 again.
An improvement! Tyrant Level 2 is 25 minutes 38 minutes with warm up and stretch. For the remaining 22 minutes, you cycle through all 4 exercises, doing the specified number of reps with no breaks. Once you complete the circuit, you repeat it—and just keep going for the entire 22 minutes with no breaks.
This was really tough. The first time I did this end of Week 5 I did 5 complete circuits. The Hip Ups to Push Up took a long time—I really only paid attention the first time I did that set but it took me nearly 2 minutes to do 12 reps! Each time I did a set of them I did the first 4 push ups on my toes before dropping to my knees just for the push ups, not for the side plank hip ups—I was on my toes for those , which means I did a total of 20 push ups on my toes.
I felt very worn out at the end of this workout and my upper body shoulders in particular felt well worked. The second time I did this workout was the end of Week 7. I did 5 complete circuits plus all 12 reps of the first exercise of the 6th circuit. I did a total of 44 push ups on my toes: all 12 reps the first circuit, 8 the second circuit, 6 the 3rd circuit, 5 the 4th circuit, 6 the 6th circuit and for the 7th circuit I did 7 on my toes. Not bad! I more than doubled how many I could do on my toes in 2 weeks!
My balance was crap during this workout—worse than usual. I had a terrible time with the RDLs. And, as usual, my arms were aching by the end, even during T arm squats. This workout really wears me out! The third time I did this workout was at the end of Week 9.
I did 62 of the push ups on my toes. Circuits I did 10 on my toes before dropping to my knees for the last 2 reps and the final circuit circuit 6 I did 8 on my toes before dropping to my knees. This workout still wears me out! Tyrant Level 3 is 29 minutes 42 minutes with warm up and stretch. For the remaining 26 minutes, you cycle through all 4 exercises, doing the specified number of reps with no breaks. Once you complete the circuit, you repeat it—and just keep going for the entire 26 minutes with no breaks.
The first time I did this workout was the end of Week I managed 6 full circuits plus 3 of the 4 exercises of the 7th circuit. I did 79 push ups on my toes. For the first 5 circuits I did all 12 reps on my toes. I did not knock out as many circuits in Tyrant as I did in Ruckus, but that is because it takes a lot longer to get through 12 reps of Hip Up to Push Up than it takes to get through the required reps of any of the other exercises in this program—including Tripod Push Ups!
The second and final time I did this workout was the very end of Week In addition, it is the last 90 Day Challenge workout! Because of that and also because I really pushed myself when doing Ruckus yesterday, I was kind of leisurely when doing this one. And I still did better than I did 2 weeks ago! I am getting better and stronger.
It is getting easier. Anyway, I completed 6 full circuits plus 3 of the 4 exercises of the 7th circuit plus 7 reps of the final exercise. So almost 7 complete circuits 5 reps short. I did every single push up on my toes—and with zero mini breaks!
Hammer Level 1 is minutes minutes with warm up and stretch. Hammer is done similar to the Eval workouts except you do not have a rep goal. You will do as many reps as possible with perfect form during the 40 seconds. Before each 4 set circuit you get the exercise tutorial. This workout felt easier than the other workouts but I still felt like I got a good workout, so not easy for me, just easier.
I really enjoyed it! Hammer Level 2 is minutes minutes with warm up and stretch. Week 6 Day 1 was the first time I did this workout. Last week Week 5 was my first week of all Level 2 workouts and it worked me hard! I was sore every single day last week. Hammer Level 2 did work me well but it was also a nice break. The second time I did this workout was Day 1 of Week 8 , and again, it was a relief to be doing a somewhat easier workout.
Hammer Level 3 is minutes minutes with warm up and stretch. Hammer Level 3 was the first Level 3 workout I did Week I thought it was a good choice since the Hammer workouts are the easiest of the 8 workouts. Holy cow! This was tough! No push ups, or Let Me Ups, but the other exercises were sufficiently challenging. I was worn out by the end. I always feel the Skydivers, regardless of my arm position, but holding arms at Y definitely made them more challenging.
Plus, you are doing 6 circuits rather than 5 and, on some of these exercises, that 6th set was a real struggle to get through—especially the Skydivers! I know the other Level 3 workouts will be even harder so I am nervous! The second and last time I did this workout was at the beginning of Week 12 , and even though it still challenged me, it did seem easier than the first time I did it. So this was a nice break after the past two weeks of Level 3 workouts. Anvil Level 1 is 22 minutes; 3 minute tutorial 36 minutes with warm up and stretch.
The tutorials for all of the exercises are done before the workout even begins. Since Anvil workouts are not introduced until Week 6 of the 90 day program, I never did Level 1. Not a big deal since all of the exercises in Anvil Level 1 also appear in the first 5 workouts. Anvil Level 2 is 26 minutes; minute tutorial 39 minutes with warm up and stretch. This was a tough but great workout. I did it for the first time during Week 6 and I outdid myself on push ups!
I did every push up on my toes—6 a set for a total of 30 push ups! Now, Hip Ups to Push Ups is a time consuming exercise and I was only able to do 6 reps in each 40 second interval but nevertheless, I did all 6 reps of all 5 circuits on my toes. Let Me Ups were still tough but I was able to get out reps each set—and I definitely felt stronger when I did I them. RDLs still challenge my balance big time.
Week 8 was the second time I did this workout. I did 30 total and I did them all on my toes. What I did challenge myself on this time was Let Me Ups. I did 16 each set, except set 3 and I did 17 that time. So I am definitely getting stronger! Anvil Level 3 is 31 minutes; 3 minute tutorial 44 minutes with warm up and stretch. The first time I did this was Week I was able to do 7 push ups each set all on my toes for a total of That is an improvement for me on several levels.
First, in previous workouts I could only 6 in a 40 second interval and I can now do 7. And, like all of the Level 3 workouts, this is longer than the Level 2 workout. You do 6 circuits rather than 5. There is more! The side lunges have changed to Iron Mikes—plyometric jump lunges! I did 20 Iron Mikes each set. So, overall, this was a more intense workout that worked me hard!
I was worn out by the end of this workout! The second and last time I did this workout was Week I managed 8 reps on 4 of the sets and 7 reps on 2 of the sets for a total of 46 push ups. What is interesting now, is that the most challenging exercises in this workout are the Iron Mikes and the Let Me Ups. The push ups, at least to a timed interval, are not the most challenging exercise anymore.
Burner Level 1 is 19 minutes 32 minutes with warm up and stretch. Burner workouts are set up just like Ruckus and Tyrant workouts. Mark has the screen separated into quarters for the entire 16 minutes. Since Burner workouts are not introduced until Week 6 of the 90 day program, I never did Level 1.
Burner Level 2 is 23 minutes 36 minutes with warm up and stretch. The first time I did this workout was during Week 6. This workout wore me out! My arms were aching. It was odd because when I did Anvil I was able to knock out 30 push ups on my toes, but during Burner I was only able to get out 16 total push ups on my toes.
I was able to do 6 on my toes the first circuit, 4 the second circuit and 2 on my toes the remaining 3 circuits. Even holding my arms at a T during T Arm Squats made them ache. And they started aching during Scorpion High Kicks, too. Not sure what was up there! I just found this a tough workout.
The second time I did this workout was the end of Week 8 and I found it just as hard. It must be the sequencing of these exercises because I get some serious arm burnout. I did 39 push ups on my toes. By the end of the workout I was worn out and my arms started fatiguing much sooner than they usually do in his other workouts in this program. Again, since this happened the last time I did this workout, I can only guess it has something to do with the sequencing of the exercises.
I got through 5 complete circuits. I did the first exercise of the 6th circuit plus 10 reps of 2nd exercise. As far as push ups on my toes, the 1st circuit I did all 12 reps on my toes before dropping to my knees, the 2nd circuit I did 7 reps, the 3rd circuit I did 6 reps, the 4th and 5th circuits I did 5 reps and the 6th circuit 4 of the 10 reps I did were on my toes.
I also want to add that this workout really seemed to drain me. It is several hours later that I am writing this and I still feel fatigued and my shoulders are aching. It is the good ache, btw—not the bad. But an ache that is clearly telling me they were worked hard. Burner Level 3 is 27 minutes 40 minutes with warm up and stretch. The first time I did this workout was during Week 10 and it was brutal.
I was completely wrung out by the end. I got through 6 complete circuits plus I did every rep of 3 of the exercises of the 7th circuit. In fact, I finished my last Iron Mike a few seconds before the workout time expired. I did every exercise as presented except Starfish Bounce. Since I still cannot do every push up on my toes, I stick with the Level 2 version of the push up exercises. But everything else was done at Level 3 and it was brutal. So much harder than Level 2.
The full 12 reps of the first 2 circuits were all on my toes, 10 reps the 3rd circuit, 8 reps of the 4th circuit, 7 reps of the 5th circuit and 6 reps the last two circuits. I was in my peak heart rate for about half of the training period according to my Fitbit.
Just like in other workouts structured this way, I took a mini break between each circuit to make a hash mark in my notebook to keep track of completing the circuit plus I write down how many push ups I did on my toes. In addition, I towel off and take a drink of water. I had to take a few extra breaks during this workout. By the time I was halfway through this workout, the sweat was pouring in my eyes so I had to towel off between every other exercise.
Not because I felt so strong and powerful. Not because I love them so much. But because I was in a fugue state of exhaustion. I hit 13 reps and was like, Oh yeah, I only have to do 10 reps. The second and thank God last time I did this workout was during Week I made it through 6 complete circuits and all the reps of 2 exercises of the 7th circuit. I did every single push up on my toes—84 push ups on my toes. Even though I did all reps on my toes, I was struggling by the end of this workout.
I am simply not ready to add plyo to push ups and since my 90 days is almost over yayayayayay!!! And I am okay with that. My goal was to do lots of push ups on my toes, not lots of plyo push ups. I think this is the hardest workout in the entire program.
I was wasted at the end just like the last time I did it. I took more breaks than usual, too, because I was flagging big time. Joker Level 1 is 21 minutes 34 minutes with warm up and stretch. Joker workouts are set up just like Ruckus, Tyrant and Burner workouts. Since Joker workouts are not introduced until Week 6 of the 90 day program, I never did Level 1.
Not a big deal since all of the exercises in Joker Level 1 also appear in the first 5 workouts. Joker Level 2 is 25 minutes 38 minutes with warm up and stretch. This was a tough workout! The first time I did it, it was the last workout of Week 6 and I was working hard!
According to my FitBit, near the end of the workout, I was even in my peak heart rate for 6 minutes. So I am getting cardio and strength with these workouts. Level 2 workouts are really challenging me. I made it through 5 complete circuits plus the first 3 exercises of the 6th circuit, plus the first 3 reps of the 4th exercise!
So nearly 6 circuits. And Hip Ups to Push Up is still the most time consuming exercise of the bunch. It took me nearly as long to get through 12 reps of that exercise as it took me to get through the first 3 exercises all together! The second time I did this workout was the very end of Week 8. Regardless of what Mark says in his little sound bites, these workouts do not feel like they are getting any easier.
I am working very hard and completely wrung out at the end of these workouts. However, I am clearly making progress. I did 5 complete circuits plus the first 3 exercises of the 6th circuit and 10 reps of the final exercise of the 6th circuit. So nearly 6 full circuits I was only 2 reps short of completing the 6th circuit. Joker Level 3 is 29 minutes 42 minutes with warm up and stretch.
When doing these Level 3 circuits, I find myself not moving nearly as quickly through the exercises as I did the Level 2 workouts. I need breaks! At least not until I can do every single rep of the Level 2 version on my toes. I got through 6 complete circuits and I did 3 of the 4 exercises of the 7th circuit, plus, I did 4 reps of the 4th exercise. So nearly 7 circuits. As for push ups, I outdid myself. The first 4 circuits I did every single rep on my toes!
For all 7 circuits I did a total of 70 push ups on my toes! I was physically and mentally worn out! Yesterday when I did Burner Level 3 for the second time I thought that was the hardest workout in the program. Then I did Joker Level 3 for the second time this morning.
I revise that opinion—they are both the hardest workouts in the program! Today is the end of Week 12 and I am celebrating never having to do this workout again. It wasted me. I did 7 complete circuits. During the last 3 circuits I did have to take a mini break during the push ups in order to continue on my toes—but it was only for a few seconds each time.
Have I mentioned I am sick of push ups? My 90 Day Rotation : Below is my 90 day bodyweight rotation. Some Yin Yoga , some other Barlates workouts and some other flexibility workouts. Finishing his workouts with Classical Stretch was important to me. As mentioned above, the purpose of this rotation was to increase my strength and heal shoulder pain. After completing 3 weeks, the pain in my shoulders was worse than ever and on the left it had moved into my neck.
The third time I did Mobility RX end of week 3 , my shoulder range of motion decreased rather than increased. Not many. Something like 10 total—not 10 in a row either. As mentioned in the Summary, I also did incline push ups off my desk at work to help increase my strength in preparation for Level 2 workouts. That was the first month. During the second month my strength increased a lot. The most I did in a workout during week 6 was 30 push ups on my toes.
By the end of Week 7 I could do 44 on my toes and in the final workout of Week 7, I did one entire set 12 reps on my toes. At the end of Week 9 I was able to do a total of 62 in the course of a workout on my toes. As for shoulder pain, it improved from the first month, then got bad again during the end of the second month, though it did not move to my neck again.
The final month of this rotation begins Week 10 and it was brutal. To give myself some recovery time, I decreased the intensity of my Barlates workouts rather than increased them, so you will see that the easier Barlates workouts are used in the final month of this rotation.
At the end of Week 10, I was able to do 70 push ups on my toes. At the end of Week 11, I was able to do 98 push ups on my toes and the pain in my shoulders had decreased.
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