If this title sounds slightly familiar, then it’s probably because you’ve seen it here before. However, this post is not a celebration of past posts. Instead, this is a fun little workout routine. Actually, you may just find it rather challenging, and maybe not quite so “fun.”
As the title suggests, you’ll do 100 reps of each of these different exercises. For this workout, you don’t need to time yourself. Just work your way through it, but try not to rest for more than 30seconds – 1 minute between excercises. Also, feel free to break the sets up into whatever is most manageable for you (e.g. 40 squats, quick rest, 30 squats, quick rest, 30 squats, move on…).
- 100 High knees (50 each leg)
- 100 lunges (50 each leg)
- 100 pushups
- 100 squats
- 100 abs (you can do all the same, or mix and match different varieties of abs)
- 100 punches (as if you were doing Tae-Bo, I usually hold a 5lb weight in each hand)
- 100 seconds of plank/table top abs
And that’s the Holy Hund-O. Or the Holy Hindi, as my phone has tried to autocorrect several times. It’s a relatively quick workout that doesn’t require much equipment or space, though it is difficult and hits your major muscle groups pretty thoroughly. Feel free to substitute and a little variety with the exercises – e.g. burpees, pull-ups, jump squats, etc.