Welcome to 10x10x10!
WHAT 10x10x10 Is
YOU Get (10) 10-minute Workouts for ONLY $10 (one-time charge)! It’s not always easy to stick with your routine and get your workouts in during the summer months. The kids are home, cookouts with bbq and cocktails, and you’d rather be laying on the beach than laying on a bench at the gym.
I understand, and I agree. Here’s the thing.
Any workout, whether it’s short or long, easy or hard, is better than no workout at all. Let's get a quick total body workout in to keep your body moving, and get your mind right. You see, these exercises are designed to wake your body up quickly.
They are simple, but they are challenging.
Bottomline, take 10 minutes from your day to get a good sweat in so that it empowers you to make smart decisions regarding your health and nutrition throughout the rest of the day.
ALL You Need to Get Started
Timer (we recommend the app SecondsPro)
A Pair of Dumbbells
Where to Get Started
Beginner: grab a pair of 10-pound dumbbells.
Intermediate: grab a pair of 12-pound dumbbells.
Advanced: grab a pair of 15-pound dumbbells.
Beginner: grab a pair of 20-pound dumbbells.
Intermediate: grab a pair of 25-pound dumbbells.
Advanced: grab a pair of 30-pound dumbbells.
HOW It Works
These are all EMOM (Every Minute On the Minute) style workouts. That means at the start of each minute you will begin one of the exercises. You will perform the desired number of repetitions and then rest for the remainder of the minute. For the next minute, you would perform the other exercise.
Each workout comes with two exercises.
This means you will perform each exercise 5x. If you are a beginner, I recommend you follow the suggestions for time with the work to rest ratio, instead of following the listed repetitions. If you are intermediate to advanced, I suggest you follow the Reps suggested.
Please Watch Video Above for Visual Instructional
Minute 1 – Perform 12 dumbbell squats and then rest the remainder of the minute; or perform dumbbell squats for 30 seconds and then rest for 30-seconds.
Minute 2 - Perform 15 dumbbell rows and then rest the remainder of the minute; or perform dumbbell rows for 40-seconds and then rest for 20-seconds.
Minute 3 - Perform 12 dumbbell squats and then rest the remainder of the minute; or perform dumbbell squats for 30-seconds and then rest for 30-seconds.
Minute 4 - Perform 15 dumbbell rows and then rest the remainder of the minute; or perform dumbbell rows for 40-seconds and then rest for 20-seconds.
Repeat until 10 minutes is complete. 5 Rounds of each exercise.