The Hades Freeletics workout is dubbed as one of the more enjoyable, yet efficient resistance workout routines available. Hades will challenge your overall stamina, cardiovascular levels, and full body strength. However, it is one of our favorite and more enjoyable workouts!
Hades freeletics standard routine has 3 rounds of 5 sets. You will start with burpees, then pullups, pushups, repeat burpees, and finish with 2 40 meter sprints. Get ready for a serious body challenge!
Hades Workout Video
Tips When Performing Hades
During Hades, expect your body to fail, especially your first time. You will need to be extremely well hydrated before the workout and definitely well fed.
Like all other routines, there are 3 levels of the Hades routine, endurance, standard, and strength. The easiest for beginners will be the endurance routine.
Similar to the standard version, endurance has 5 exercises, however, you will replace burpees with sprawls. That doesn’t make it any easier!
Sprawls are what will give you that sexy V on your torso. Control your breath, you can get cramps easily here if you hyperventilate.
The big challenge will be during the jumping pullups. Unlike traditional pullups, you are supposed to let go each rep. You will be able to do more reps this way and enjoy the momentum from jumping up to the bar.
- Lift your body weight up the pole you are using while tightening your core, repeat the procedure fifteen times.
- The burpees have to be performed in quick succession for your muscle to feel the essence of intense workout.
- The eighty meter run should then immediately succeed the burpees. After finishing the eighty meter run, it is advisable to take a break and replenish lost fluids.
It is highly recommended to perform the Hades routine as fast as you can while in control in order to maximum effect. Beginners may find it difficult and demanding on their bodies, but the routine can be easily managed by taking deep breaths while you are at it.