The Ares freeletics workout routine combines both cardiovascular and strength exercises to give a moderate regimen. It lays more emphasis on the muscles of the legs, stomach and back. It is composed of six rounds of 7 pullups, 7 situps followed by 2 4om sprints and 60 seconds rest. Because the Ares Freeletics workout routines are not difficult in nature, they should be performed at maximum intensity.
Going soft is not an option, the workouts should be performed back to back if possible. However, beginners are allowed a rest in between the workouts. The rest should not exceed sixty seconds, you do not want the psyche to dissipate.
Tips On Ares Workout
Seven pullups should not pose much of a problem to experienced trainees. The pull up bar should be placed on a firm support, grab the bar with your palms facing away from you.
- Drop to a dead-man’s hanging position and pull your weight up until your chin goes above the bar.
- Return your body to the dead-man’s position to complete one round.
- Modify the pullups by increasing your pace or increasing the resistance by wearing ankle weights and weight vests.
For effective jack knifes:
- Get into the starting position by lying flat on your back with your arms straightened above your head.
- Raise your arms and legs, ensure that your legs do not bend as you raise them. Your arms should be parallel to your legs at the top of the position, however, they should not touch.
- Lower your arms and legs to their original position to complete a single repetition.
This routine can be performed with an exercise ball to make it more challenging. This routine enhances your strength and makes your core firmer. This routine can injure your back if not performed properly.
To get faster results, increase the frequency and speed of the routine. After this exercise, immediately take the eighty meter sprint. You can vary your your speed to maximize on the sprint.