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Amazing Abs Workout

Amazing Abs Workout
Hi BodyRockers, This is our last night in our hotel We got the keys to our new house today, and tomorrow morning we will move in, which means that we will do a house tour as part of tomorrows post so check back for that if you guys are curious about what our new place looks like. Some of you guys have been following for so long that you have toured almost every house that we have lived in since starting BodyRock. Not counting some extended stays in hotels, we have lived in 8 different houses since since 2008. Wow. Can’t wait to move in! Enjoy today’s workout! Best, Zuzana & Freddy Kick Upsmax. repsMountain Climber Peaksmax. repsSide Plank Knee Tuck (left & right side)max. repsPrisoner Get Upmax. repsPlank Jumpsmax. repsKnee Hugsmax. reps Get your gear for this workout here: Interval TimerGet your equipment here Part 1 – 3 minutes of 10/10 seconds intervals (no rest interval) Set your timer for 9 rounds of 10 seconds and 10 seconds intervals. Kick Ups This is the starting position. Prisoner Get Up

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