I stepped out of my safe place today and trained a Step & Sculpt workout for my Employee Fitness course at Tech. I will sometimes incorporate basic step patterns into our circuits as part of our practical cardio. Step choreography has always been really intimidating for me personally therefore I kept it simple because of this workout. I timed the intervals, so we didn’t have to worry about staying on the beat. Everyone could go at their own pace.
No rhythm required and minimal coordination needed. The mixture of step patterns with some muscular fitness work was a great way to balance the workout. The circuit included a 5-minute warm-up, 20 minutes of fitness, and five minutes of cool down. Each exercise lasted 30-60 seconds. We got in cardio, lower torso, chest muscles, and core.
The Plank Walk Up was our finisher move. From a kneeling prone position place both tactile hands on the ground on opposite sides of the step. Engage the core to create a straight line from the shoulders to the hips. Lift 1 hand off the ground and press the tactile hands up onto the step.
Repeat movement on the other hand. Once both of your hands are atop the step reverse the movement and walk the without doubt the step. Repeat for 30-45 seconds. Do a step/box/bench is used by you during your workouts? Have you ever really tried these moves before? Comment below with your step experience. My group loves step and really loved …