Steve's Garage Gorilla Metabolic Conditioning workouts are perfect models of how you can provide yourself with high-quality conditioning workouts -- with very little equipment -- right in your own home, be it your basement or garage.
Each segment addresses a different aspect of mobility, comprising a useful mini-workout on its own. It's also possible to combine any segment with another, or all eight segments together for a holistic mobility-training program.
Limitations of time, space, equipment are meaningless to Steve Maxwell, who suffers no excuses for denying oneself a high-quality, results-producing fitness-training program. In these videos, Steve shares two of his own favorite metabolic-conditioning workouts, personally demonstrating his choice work-capacity, strength-endurance exercises.
Rejoice! Even if you're on a tight schedule, you can still fit in a high-quality, high-benefit workout with Steve in under 15-minutes -- including a brief warm-up.
Once again, Steve Maxwell proves that a whole lot can be had for very little:
will never stop you from reaping big results.
So, what's the catch?
These workouts are hard as hell! -- Steve Maxwell
These workouts will kick your butt. These workouts are definitely not for beginners.
Note: While the movements can be modified to suit anyone, such variations are not shown.
In Garage Gorilla Metabolic Conditioning Steve demonstrates two terrific workouts, employing two different modalities:
Involves body weight only
Equipment needed: something for doing chins and dips
Uses minimal equipment
Equipment needed: a jump rope, something to do body weight rows (could even be a stick across two chairs), plus a single kettlebell
I bought the Garage Gorilla but I wonder how often the two workouts should be alternated during a week's time?
Once. Each Garage Gorilla is a once per week workout. You can alternate one Gorilla with one strength workout per week, or even two strength workouts.