Mairianne from Myomytv – Spartacus Workout

Marianne – Men’s Health SPARTACUS Workout http://myomytv.com  takes on this great full body workout. Check out my blog for more.   Spartacus Workout Revisited (with my 16kg Kettlebell) Hi All, I have wanted to return to this workout for a while now because when I originally did it back in July, I only had my two 12kg Kettlebells at home with me, and I knew at the time there were some exercises that I could have done with the 16kg. So today, I had the opposite problem and only had my two 16kg Kettlebells available, so the pressure was on to complete the entire workout with them. But you know me, I NEVER shy away from a challenge This workout was originally posted in The Men’s Health Magazine, and is marketed as very macho – but who says girls can’t be tough and strong, and be a “Spartacan” LOL? It’s strange sometimes where some of my drive and competitiveness comes from, because I have always gone out to prove that girls can be just as strong (proportionately speaking) than their male counterparts, and if there’s one phrase that gets my blood boiling it’s “You’re good, for a girl”!!! Talk about a flashing red at a bull LOL. I’m not a feminist, but I do advocate for giving people, regardless of gender or stereotypes, credit where it’s due. Gosh I am on a roll today Now back to the workout. There are 3 rounds of 10 exercises. Setting my Gymboss Interval Timer for 10 cycles of 15 seconds for recovery and 1 minute of effort, I recorded my new reps per exercise as set out below: 1.KB Goblet Squats (24,21,20) 2.Mountain Climbers (96,82,79) 3.Single Arm KB Swings (switching at 30 seconds) (18/17, 17/17, 16/15) 4.T-Push Ups (23,20,19) 5.Lunge Jumps (28,25,22) 6.Bent Over KB Rows (18,16,14) 7.KB Side Lunge Touch (16,15,12) 8.KB Renegade Rows (18,15,13) 9.Forward Lunge and Rotate (with KB) (12,9,8) – hate these :/ 10.Double KB Push Presses (11,8,7) – hate these EVEN more :/ :/ Compared to my previous results with the 12kgs, it really has made a big difference. I was soaked in sweat and exhausted by the end, but I was so determined to finish this, and I think I did ok. Those Push Presses were a killer though! I really would recommend this workout to anyone as it really does work the whole body. It can be performed with Dumbbells too as seen in the demo here . I look forward to hearing feedback and scores from those who have dared try this brutal workout Cheers Marianne

Spartacus Blood and Sand Ultimate Workout Review – Nat Jones

Spartacus Blood and Sand Ultimate Workout Review My friend Nat Jones did a great review on the original Men’s Health Spartacus Workout.  Check out the video and his Spartacus Workout Club website as well (below)   The official workout used by the actors of Starz TV series: Spartacus Blood and Sand. My second review of this workout with tips for beginners and advance users. I have found ways to make this insane, fat burning, muscle sculpting workout even harder! Keep track of your progress with this PDF I create for this workout. http://www.60dayswithnatjones.com/swtrack.zip Other links with in this video Keep your pacing and timing download the mp3 http://www.workoutmuse.com/blog/the-spartacus-workout-soundtrack Join the spartacusworkoutclub get inspired, learn and share! A site that will focus on more extreme workouts. http://www.spartacusworkoutclub.com Dumbbells used in this video http://www.powerblock.com Subscribe to my channel http://www.youtube.com/user/60DayswithNatJones Read more about everything in this video at my blog http://www.60dayswithnatjones.com/spartacus

Scott Herman – Spartacus: Blood and Sand “Official Workout!”

Spartacus: Blood and Sand “Official Workout!”   Spartacus 2.0 “Official Workout!” Each exercise is a “station.” At each station, do as many reps as you can in 40 seconds, rest for 20 seconds, and move to the next station. Go until you’ve done two circuits, then rest 2 minutes, and do another 2 circuits. You’re done! (0:23)- Blood and Sand Link (0:31)- Routine Sets and Reps Perform the exercise for 40 seconds Rest for 20 seconds Move to the next exercise Do two circuits, rest 2 minutes, repeat Step 1 (1:19)- Dumbbell Hang Pull (2:06)- Offset Dumbbell Reverse Lunge (2:51)- Single-Arm Dumbbell Swing (3:32)- Thrusters (4:11)- Single-Leg, Single-Arm Underhand-Grip Dumbbell Row Step 2 (5:33)- Dumbbell Chop (6:11)- Plank Walk-Up to Pushup (6:43)- Rotational Dumbbell Straight-Leg Deadlift (7:37)- Squat Thrusts (8:15)- Jump Squat   About Scott Herman Hello my name is Scott Herman and I am the owner and operator of Scott Herman Fitness, LLC, (www.ScottHermanFitness.com) the most positive place for people all over the world to learn about health and fitness. My journey into fitness began when I was 12 and I started my first job working at Gold’s Gym performing maintenance duties for a free membership when I was 14. When I turned 18 I became a personal trainer and by the time I was 22, I was the GM of “Answer is Fitness” in North Attleboro, MA. I held that position until I was 24, which was when I left for Brooklyn NY, to film “The Real World: Brooklyn”. My certifications include NASM, APEX, Kinesis, TRX, CPR and Defibrillator and I am always looking for new ways to bring different types of fitness training to my community.  I owe all my accomplishments to having fitness in my life. When you exercise you not only build a better and healthier body, but you also build your self-esteem and confidence too. I hope that sharing my knowledge will help many of you make fitness a permanent part of your lifestyle too!  Scott Herman Fitness, LLC was founded in 2008. I wanted to find a way to be able to help people with their fitness goals for FREE. However, it wasn’t until August of 2009 when both the www.YouTube.com/ScottHermanFitness and www.facebook.com/ScottHermanFitness platforms were launched that my dreams came to reality.  Now with the largest and most supportive online community of Hermanites, I am very excited to continue to keep my doors open to the World and welcome its new members to learn how to obtain the tools they need to get into the best shape of their lives