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Today, I wanted to bring some Funk into your life.

It is a great workout from Funk Roberts.

Today, I am getting ready to head on the road again.

I will have more details for you over the week and I will always put up photos, here.

Let me get to the workout that Funk has for you.

Enjoy the workout!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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Hey guys, I am Funk Roberts from CombatBundle.com. Today, I am excited to bring you a MMA Style Bodyweight Workout that you can do in the comfort of your own home.

Today’s workout is a high intensity, individual training session using 6 exercises that you will do one after the other. Then, you will take a two minute break before repeating the circuit for 3 to 5 rounds.

You will probably need a timer to track 30 seconds between exercises. You want to do as many reps as possible, but it’s a great way to do some MMA Style training in the comfort of your own home, or in the gym using your bodyweight. I hope you enjoy this, so check it out. I am Funk Roberts from CombatBundle.com . Now it’s your turn to get it done.

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Bodyweight WorkoutPerform each exercise for 30 seconds one after the other. Rest 2 minutes and repeat for 3-5 rounds

#1 – Everest Climbers (Knees To Elbows)

Begin in a straight-arm plank position with your hands directly below your shoulders, maintaining good alignment in your head, shoulders, hips, and legs. Bend one knee and hinge from your hips to bring your knee up towards your elbow. Straighten your leg to return to the starting position, and repeat the movement on your opposite side. Repeat the movement, alternating sides.

Everest Climbers (Knees To Elbows)

Everest Climbers (Knees To Elbows)

#2 – Burpees

Begin in an upright standing position with your feet shoulder-width apart. Hinge from your hips to lower both hands to the floor. Jump back with both feet to move into a straight-arm plank position. Jump forward with both feet, then raise to a standing position with a jump at the top position. Repeat the sequence of movements.

Burpees

Burpees

#3 – Push Ups

Begin in a straight-arm plank position with your hands directly beneath your shoulders, keeping your head, shoulders, hips, and legs in alignment. Bend your arms to lower your body towards the floor. Straighten your arms to complete the push up movement. Repeat the movement.

Push Ups

Push Ups

#4 – High Knee Runs

Begin in an upright standing position with your feet shoulder-width apart. Drive one knee up to hip-height. Lower your foot to the starting position, then repeat the movement with your opposite leg. Repeat the movement, alternating legs and increasing the speed of the exercise.

High Knee Runs

High Knee Runs

#5 – Bodyweight Squats

Begin in an upright standing position with your legs slightly wider than shoulder-width apart and your toes angled slightly outward. Bend your knees and hinge from your hips to lower your seat downwards. Keep your knees behind your toes and your weight in your heels. Raise back up to a standing position and repeat the movement.

Bodyweight Squats

Bodyweight Squats

#6 – T-Push Ups

Begin in a straight-arm plank position with your hands directly beneath your shoulders, keeping your head, shoulders, hips, and legs in alignment. Bend your arms to lower your body towards the floor. Straighten your arms to complete the push up movement. At the top position, lift one arm upward, opening up your upper body. Lower your arm back down to the starting position and repeat the sequence of movements, raising your opposite arm. Repeat the movement, alternating arms each repetition.

Push Ups

T-Push Ups

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