The Artemis freeletics workout regimen is a cardiovascular and strength routine that targets all the muscle groups in the body. This essentially makes it a whole body workout routine.
Artemis routine is the ultimate arm building workout routine, though scary at first, having a little willpower can help you smoothly sail through. The routine consists of one round of 50 burpees, 50 pullups, 100 pushups and 150 squats. Although it looks challenging, this routine is very practical, it is just a question of how long a trainee can get through it, the shorter, the better.
The pushups are the most challenging part of the routine, however, they can be managed by breaking them into sets which are much easier to complete.When you lie on the ground with your arms contracted while recovering from the pushups, the arms take long to recover. Therefore, it is recommended to lie down with your arms outstretched.
- Maintain the inclined position when performing the pushups, your core should also be firm.
- Lower your body by bending your arms, ideally at your side and lift yourself up be straightening them, this completes one repetition.
To perform the burpees:
- Begin in a standing position with your feet slightly apart.
- Squat and hinge on the knees before your knees bend, at the bottom, place your hands on the floor to get into a pushup position.
- Perform a single pushup and spring back into your original standing position to finish one repetition.
- To perform the pullups, grasp the pull up bar with your palms facing away from your body, get into a dead-man’s hang and pull yourself up until your chin goes above the bar.
- Lower yourself to complete one repetition. Increase the pace of the pullups to maximize on them.
For firm squats, stretch your arm in front of your body and get into a sitting position until your legs are parallel to the floor. Try to get as low as possible while taking care not to let your knees go beyond your toes. Engage your glutes to get back to the original position. This completes one round.