Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Operation Tonergy Review: Lethal Ladders

Want to learn more about the amazing Operation Tonergy 6 disc set? Keep reading to get the info on this fab workout set. Operation Tonergy is dedicated to making you LOOK and FEEL great inside and out. The creator, Nikki Dastrup, encourages people of all ages, shapes, sizes and fitness levels to be the best they can be. The workouts in the set range from 45-67 minutes each. Stay tuned on the blog for detailed reviews of all the workouts in the set. Click here to read all of my Tonergy posts

Nikki Dastrup, 2015

Nikki does not lead this workout but is in the group working hard with 4 others, one showing easier modifications. You will need dumbbells for a few exercises. You will perform 2 exercises from 1 up to 10 reps each followed by a one minute rest, and then move on to the next set of 2 exercises. This strength ladder is mostly body weight with some dumbbell exercises and some cardio. You will need to add on your own warm up & cool down.

Exercise sets include: kneeling shoulder press & pushups, bear crawl pushups & 1/2 burpees, plank jack pushups & kneeling rows, V crunch & v toe reaches,  plyo lunges & burpee plank jacks, kneeling french press & tri pushups, and burpee & plyo plies. 

I rate this an advanced workout, but not insane-level advanced. They provide enough breaks to let you recover and continue to give it your all. There is no wasted time and the instructor provides good form pointers. You will work your tris, chest, back, shoulders, and core in this routine- a total of 55 reps per exercise by the time you reach the top of the ladder! I used 5-8 lbs and def felt the burn. The instructor does a great job of not going from floor to standing as she has you do kneeling exercises- genius. I received this DVD to review. 

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