Hardest Workout Ever

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  • bhawk102
    bhawk102 Posts: 36 Member
    bhawk102 wrote: »
    I'm doing the HIIT 100 6 week workout program. It's kicking my *kitten* but it's definitely more stimulating and rewarding than doing something at a steady pace.

    That sounds interesting. I am looking for my next killer workout. Looking to up the ante.
    Is this a DVD program?

    Nope, found it here:
    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/six-week-shred-torch-fat-with-hiit-100s.html

    Plus the site gives you the videos on how to do the exercises if you don't know how. I also just finish the day with a short high intensity cardio as well. You should be able to customize it how you want. The basic premise is you figure out the highest weight you can lift, then half that, and lift said half doing 10 sets of 10 reps. It varies from exercise to exercise on what you do exactly, but check it out. I'm doing it so I can burn fat better, the harder workout keeps me burning calories longer after my workout.
  • yusaku02
    yusaku02 Posts: 3,476 Member
    aarar wrote: »
    Running for 18 1/2 hours.
    ....Why....would you ever do that???!
  • kamakazeekim
    kamakazeekim Posts: 1,183 Member
    yusaku02 wrote: »
    aarar wrote: »
    Running for 18 1/2 hours.
    ....Why....would you ever do that???!

    I second that! Why on earth would anyone ever do that????
  • glevinso
    glevinso Posts: 1,895 Member
    Probably Ironman Lake Tahoe...
  • aarar
    aarar Posts: 684 Member
    yusaku02 wrote: »
    aarar wrote: »
    Running for 18 1/2 hours.
    ....Why....would you ever do that???!

    I second that! Why on earth would anyone ever do that????

    lol.

    It was a 100k trail run. It shouldn't have taken me that long, I was just slow.
  • DopeItUp
    DopeItUp Posts: 18,771 Member
    Oh, I remember now. Some "friend" convinced me to deadlift 215x50. That one hurt.
  • Yisrael1981
    Yisrael1981 Posts: 132 Member
    Edwardshar wrote: »
    HIIT at the marine base. Semper Fit!
    I just looked that up. Looks really cool
    Is that something available to the masses (non military..) ?
  • ninerbuff
    ninerbuff Posts: 48,401 Member
    A leg day that included:

    100 squats with 185lbs
    100 leg presses with 350lbs
    100 step ups (30 inch box) with with 75lbs
    100 walking lunges with 50lbs
    100 leg curls with 90lbs
    100 stiff legged deadlifts with 80lbs
    100 body weight hamstring curls
    200 seated calf raise with 50lbs

    An hour and a half workout and I could barely walk for 2 days. Guy I did this with was crazy. I just wanted bigger legs.

    A.C.E. Certified Personal and Group Fitness Trainer
    IDEA Fitness member
    Kickboxing Certified Instructor
    Been in fitness for 30 years and have studied kinesiology and nutrition

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  • yirara
    yirara Posts: 9,267 Member
    edited June 2015
    Not superhard for the really fit guys, but it wasn't easy for me
    Short workout that I kind of made up on the spot: 30 seconds workout/10 seconds rest
    Squats
    Pushups
    Lunges
    Core
    x15
    Chose a different variation each time, no repetitions, no preplanning (like I said: it was a spontaneous idea).
  • haibu
    haibu Posts: 67 Member
    Hill runs, over and over...up...down...up...down....up....

    It was a really big hill
  • Asher_Ethan
    Asher_Ethan Posts: 2,430 Member
    It Burns Joe Fitness.

    It's a free fitness group here in Colorado and it's amazing. I can honestly say I have never been this strong in my entire life and it's all because of how hard the workouts are.
  • DYELB
    DYELB Posts: 7,407 Member
    Trying to be evasive and agile when I found out she was married and her husband had a concealed carry permit.
  • Emilia777
    Emilia777 Posts: 978 Member
    Any training session involving deadlifts. Also known as Saturdays to me.

    Preach. For me, every lifting workout is a hard workout, because I push the limits of my strength every single time. It’s also the most fun.
  • usmcmp
    usmcmp Posts: 21,220 Member
    My trainer had me do a leg day and described it as having "soul crushing volume". I cried during the session and again in my car.
  • Emilia777
    Emilia777 Posts: 978 Member
    usmcmp wrote: »
    My trainer had me do a leg day and described it as having "soul crushing volume". I cried during the session and again in my car.

    That sounds *intense*. One day, when I’m strong enough, maybe I can take on something like that…
  • yirara
    yirara Posts: 9,267 Member
    Hardest, and most useless workout ever: go for a brisk walk when the sun is at the highest at 44 degrees C (111F) in the shade, and no shade at all anywhere. After about 3km I was dead and had to walk more slowly for the last km home. I guess I burned about 120kcal, and I'm half dead and overheated. Phew... not the best idea. I should have waited for sunset and go for a run instead.
  • Yisrael1981
    Yisrael1981 Posts: 132 Member
    yirara wrote: »
    Hardest, and most useless workout ever: go for a brisk walk when the sun is at the highest at 44 degrees C (111F) in the shade, and no shade at all anywhere. After about 3km I was dead and had to walk more slowly for the last km home. I guess I burned about 120kcal, and I'm half dead and overheated. Phew... not the best idea. I should have waited for sunset and go for a run instead.

    You definitely "burnt" more on that walk, not sure if it was calories though:)
  • scott_oxford
    scott_oxford Posts: 10 Member
    LJCannon wrote: »
    Goldsfit Workout at Gold's Gym.

    Me too. My girlfriend and I love Gold'sFit. It definately kicks our butt
  • ArmyofAdrian
    ArmyofAdrian Posts: 177 Member
    Army Basic Training.
  • ArmyofAdrian
    ArmyofAdrian Posts: 177 Member
    edited May 2016
    Or my first marriage. Now THAT was butal!