1a L-Sit Pullup

Sets: 4-6 Reps: 10

Hang from a pullup bar with hands outside shoulder width and palms facing away from you. Bend your hips 90 degrees so that your legs are straight out in front of you (your body will form an "L" shape). Pull yourself up until your collarbone touches the bar. Complete your reps, rest as little as possible, and go on to the walking lunge.

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1b Walking Lunge

Sets: 4-6 Reps: 10

Step forward with one leg and lower your body until your front thigh is parallel to the floor. Your shin and thigh should form a 90-degree angle. Your back leg should be bent so that your knee hovers about two inches from the floor. Push off from your front leg and step forward with your other leg. Complete your reps, rest as little as possible, and go on to the burpee.

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1c Burpee

Sets: 4-6 Reps: 10

Squat and touch your hands to the floor, then shoot your legs out straight behind you to go into pushup position. Reverse the motion to come back up quickly. Complete your reps, rest as little as possible, and go on to the pushup.

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1d Pushup

Sets: 4-6 Reps: 10

Place your hands on the floor about shoulder-width apart and extend your legs straight behind you-your body should form a straight line from your heels to your head. Lower your body until your torso is about one inch off the floor, and then push yourself back up. Complete your reps, rest as little as possible, and go on to the L-sit dip.

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1e L-Sit Dip

Sets: 4-6 Reps: 10

Stand between two parallel bars and grab each with an overhand grip. Straighten your arms so that you're suspended over the bars. Bend your hips 90 degrees so that your legs are straight in front of you (bend your knees too if it's too hard to hold your legs straight). Now bend your elbows and lower your body until your upper arms are parallel to the floor. Complete your reps, rest as little as possible, and go on to the bicycle crunch.

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1f Bicycle Crunch

Sets: 4-6 Reps: 10

Lie on your back and extend one leg and bend the other one so your knee is near your chest. With your hands behind your head, touch your opposite elbow to the close knee. Twist your body and touch the other elbow to your other knee. Complete your reps, rest as needed, and then repeat the entire circuit.

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