I recommend trying several different workouts for a week or two each, and then decide which one fits you and your fitness goals the best. I invented the 20-15-10-5 workout to isolate, target, and burn each muscle group being trained. Muscle endurance and stamina are the main goals for this style of exercise. Give it a try and see if you like it; if not, I guarantee that you will find one that fits you soon!
The 20-15-10-5 routine is designed to be a super-set style workout that targets opposing muscle groups. The first set of exercises are the reverse push-up and push-up (push-pull movement). Begin by performing 20 reverse push-ups, immediately moving to the push-up for 20 repetitions. Then repeat with 15, 10, and five repetitions.
After performing the reverse push-up and push-up, immediately move to the prone leg curl (hamstrings) and the squat jump (quadriceps) and perform the 20-15-10-5 super-set. After you complete these movements, proceed to the next two exercises, and so on. The workout is designed to go through once, twice, or even three times, depending on your fitness level.
If you’re only able to perform one round of each series, don’t worry. Just keep trying. Hard work pays off and you will eventually work your way up to be able to complete the 20-15-10-5 workout three times through. If you have any questions about the workout, please feel free to leave a response. As always, speak with your physician before starting a new workout regime.
The 20-15-10-5 Workout: