AMRAP stands for As Many Reps As Possible. It is a format where you must complete a workout as many times as you can within a specific time frame.
So let’s say a 10 minute AMRAP calls for 10 pull ups, 10 bodyweight squats and 10 push ups. You would perform these exercises in order and complete the prescribed repetition range until the timer hits 10 minutes.
In some cases AMRAP can also mean As Many Rounds As Possible.
You don’t need any equipment for this workout.
These workouts will improve total body conditioning and fat loss.
Burpees are tough. They’re absolutely grueling to do, but they allow us to work at a very high intensity. Intensity matters. If we are always doing workouts just to get by then we are never going to come closer to seeing and feeling the results we want.
In this burpee workout you’ll be using different variations of burpees. To make the workout more feasible, I will be throwing in other exercises in between.
Perhaps the two most demanding exercises in this AMRAP are the burpee tuck jumps and burpee box jumps. If you are just starting to get your feet wet with high intensity workouts or with burpees for that matter, then doing just the standard burpee variation will be enough for you.
However, if you are conditioned and you’ve been working out for a while. I encourage you to try this burpee examples.
Kettlebell and core training. They both go well together. In this workout we will be alternating between a kettlebell and a core movement.
Like most of the exercises on this page, this one is also short. You will gradually be elevating your heart rate with a kettlebell specific exercise and then bringing your heart rate back down with a core exercise.
To learn more about AMRAP Workouts, check out the section below.