Welcome to Day 3 of Your Dynamic Ascent Circuit!

Embark on the third day of your fitness journey with a workout that’s designed to challenge your stability, endurance, and strength. Today’s theme revolves around dynamic movement and functional strength, ensuring that every exercise contributes to building a more agile and resilient body. The Day 3 routine includes a series of exercises that will engage multiple muscle groups, enhance your core stability, and improve your overall mobility.

Today’s Dynamic Exercise Lineup

Prepare to invigorate your muscles with a sequence that includes Toe Touches, IYT Raises, Superman Hold Pull Downs, and the classic Superman Hold to target your core and back. Transition seamlessly into a High Plank to fortify your shoulders and arms, followed by Body Weight Squats for lower body power. The Bear Crawl and Supported Lunges will push your coordination and balance to new heights, while the Chair Squat finishes the set by refining your technique and building strength in your legs and glutes.

Interval-Based Circuit Format

Each exercise in today’s routine is part of an interval-based circuit, ensuring you get the most out of your workout. You’ll spend 40 seconds on each exercise, pushing yourself to maintain form and intensity, followed by a 20-second rest period to recover and prepare for the next movement. This rhythm is not only effective for burning calories and building muscle but also keeps your workout engaging and fast-paced. Remember, it’s about quality over quantity; focus on performing each exercise with proper form to maximize the benefits and minimize the risk of injury.

Stay hydrated, listen to your body, and get ready to conquer Day 3 of the Dynamic Ascent Circuit with determination and vigor!

 

Day 3 of Dynamic Ascent Circuit

Prior to commencing your workout, it's essential to incorporate a brief warm-up routine. Spend around 5 minutes either doing some brisk walking in place or strolling around your house.

This pre-workout warm-up helps prepare your body for exercise, increasing blood flow and flexibility to reduce the risk of injury and enhance overall performance.

Dynamic Ascent Circuit

Equipment Suggestion

Circuit 1-  Do the circuit 3 times

1) Toe Touches for 40 Sec

Instructions: 

  • Stand with feet shoulder width apart.
  • Bend your knees to lower your upper body slightly.
  • Raise both arms up towards the ceiling.
  • Keeping your knees bent and your arms raised, reach forward with your fingertips towards your toes.
  • Raise your torso back up to the starting position.
  • Repeat the movement for desired number of repetitions.
 

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Rest for 20 Sec

2) IYT Raise for 40 Sec

Instructions: 

  • Gather your materials IYT Raise worksheet, a pencil, and a timer.
  • Set your timer for three minutes.
  • Find a comfortable spot to sit.
  • Take a few deep breaths and relax your body.
  • Read the IYT Raise worksheet and think about each question.
  • Once the timer is up, take a few moments to reflect on your answers and feelings.
  • Write down any thoughts on the IYT Raise worksheet.
  • When you’re finished, you can share your insights with someone else or keep them to yourself.
 

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Rest for 20 Sec

3) Superman Hold Pull Down for 40 Sec

Instructions: 

  • Stand facing the pull-down machine with feet shoulder-width apart.
  • Reach up and grab the bar with an overhand grip.
  • Take a big breath and then slightly tuck your chin towards your chest.
  • Keeping your upper arms close to your ears, and your chest up, use your lats to pull the bar down until it touches your collarbone.
  • Pause for a moment at the bottom position and then straighten your arms to return the bar to the starting position with control.
  • Repeat for the desired number of reps.
 

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Rest for 20 Sec

Circuit 2-  Do the circuit 3 times

4) Superman Hold for 40 Sec

Instructions: 

  • Stand with your feet slightly over a shoulder-width apart.
  • Raise your arms out to your sides with your palms facing forward in a Superman pose.
  • Engage your core muscles by slightly tilting your pelvis forward and squeezing your stomach muscles.
  • Tighten all your muscles and hold this position for 15-20 seconds or as long as you can.
  • Release the tension in your body and lower your arms.
 

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Rest for 20 Sec

5) High Plank for 40 Sec

Instructions: 

  • Start with your hands shoulder-width apart on the floor and extended in front of you.
  • Tuck your toes and step or jump back to a plank position.
  • Pull your belly button in towards your spine to stabilize your core.
  • Squeeze your glutes and quads and ensure your shoulders, hips, and heels are in a straight line.
  • Make sure your head is in line with your spine and look at a spot on the floor about a foot beyond your hands
  • Maintain the plank position while breathing deeply for 30 seconds to 1 minute.
  • To come out of the plank, lower yourself to the floor one vertebrae at a time.
 

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Rest for 20 Sec

6) Body Weight Squat for 40 Sec

Instructions: 

  • Stand up straight with your feet slightly wider than shoulder width apart and your toes slightly turned out.
  • Hinge at your hips and lower your body towards the floor, keeping your back straight and your weight in the heels of your feet.
  • Lower your body until your thighs become parallel to the floor.
  • Push through your heels to return to the starting position.
 

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Rest for 20 Sec

Circuit 3-  Do the circuit 3 times

7) Bear Crawl for 40 Sec

Instructions: 

  • Begin in a kneeling position with your arms extended parallel to your shoulders and your knees under your hips
  • Engage your core, keeping a neutral spine throughout the exercise
  • Lift your hips and walk your hands in front of you to transition to a plank position
  • Keeping your core engaged and your arms extended, initiate the motion of the bear crawl by taking a small “step” forward with your left arm and right leg simultaneously
  • Bring your left knee in and forward while bringing your right arm backward and in at the same time
  • Repeat the motion of walking forwards, alternating arms and legs with each step for desired number of reps
  • To finish the bear crawl, perform the same motion in reverse, returning to starting position
 

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Rest for 20 Sec

8) Supported Lunges for 40 Sec

Instructions: 

  • Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart.
  • Place your hands on your hips or stretch them out in front of you.
  • Bend your knees and lower your body down, keeping your back straight.
  • Pause when your front leg forms a 90-degree angle and your back knee is close to the floor.
  • Push off your front leg and return to the starting position.
  • Repeat with the opposite leg.
 

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Rest for 20 Sec

9) Chair Squat for 40 Sec

Instructions: 

  • Stand up straight and bring your feet about shoulder-width apart.
  • Lower your hips and bend your knees, as if you are about to sit in a chair.
  • Continue to lower until your thighs are parallel to the floor.
  • While keeping your back as straight as possible, press through your heels and stand up.
  • Repeat the movement for as many repetitions as desired.
 

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Rest for 20 Sec

Cool Down and Stretching

After completing your workout, it's crucial to follow up with an effective cool-down routine. Take a leisurely 5-minute walk around to gradually lower your heart rate and help your body recover. Alternatively, you can opt for static stretches to release muscle tension and improve flexibility.

This cool-down phase is essential for reducing post-workout soreness and promoting a sense of well-being, making it an important part of any exercise regimen.


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