Members should expect this to be tax the breathing, and elicit a high heart rate with a heavy dose of stamina (localized muscle burn) in the legs, glutes, and upper body. Scale the weight so that they can hold a strong pace throughout and maintain large sets.
Tips – consistency of movement is key here… don’t rush out on that first 1000m, hold a steady pace. Then once you get into the backsquats, go steady! The muscles will burn, but take breaths as you need to keep moving. The jumping lunges will smoke the legs and glutes fast, and deadlifts are right after… so keep the sets moderate on those jumping lunges. Once into the hand release pushups, do not do large sets. If you have more than a few minutes here, steady singles are going to be the best bet for just about everyone. If you only have a minute or less, do bigger, faster sets on the pushups.