The Triple Stack Workout Finisher

The Triple Stack Workout Finisher

A Triple Stack Workout Finisher is a stacked combination of 3 exercises, usually bodyweight-based movements, barbell exercises, or machine exercises, performed in a circuit fashion. During a Triple Stack Workout Finisher, you’ll perform one set of each exercise, moving from one exercise to the next with no rest.

Hey, it’s Mike Whitfield here with Triple Stack Workout Finisher. I have a fine example of a Bodyweight Finisher that you could plug in at the end of your workout. This will improve your conditioning, burn more fat, and improve your overall fitness. Ensure this is done at the end of your workout because it is intense. It doesn’t require any equipment.

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Go through this sequence as many times as you can in 3 minutes.

That’s right, just 3 minutes! But we are going to do a lot of volume in that time. In other words, the only time you rest is if your form is getting sloppy.

Triple Stack Workout Finisher 1. Broad Jump or Bodyweight Squat

Start in a squat position, then jump forward with both feet to land in a squat position. You want to land in that squat position to minimize the impact on your knees and prevent knee pain.

Broad Jump or Bodyweight Squat

Broad Jump

If you can’t do broad jumps, don’t worry. Instead, you can do regular Bodyweight Squats.

Bodyweight Squat

Bodyweight Squat

Do just one broad jump or squat – that’s it!

Triple Stack Workout Finisher 2. Triple Stop Push Up

We are going to add a tweak to the regular push-up.

You will pause twice as you lower down and twice as you raise with the push-up.

Triple Stop Push Up

Triple Stop Push Up

Triple Stack Workout Finisher 3. The Triple Stop Bodyweight Squat

Triple Stop Bodyweight Squat

Triple Stop Bodyweight Squat

Start with your feet shoulder-width apart. You will pause halfway down, pause again at the bottom, then pause again halfway up before fully standing. That’s considered one repetition.

After completing these three exercises, go back to the Broad Jump and repeat the routine.

You are just going to do one rep of everything.

So this means that you will move up and down quite a bit, which will get your heart rate going. This is a great way to give your body a shock. Do one rep at a time, using calisthenics to increase your heart rate.

Again, if you don’t want to do those broad jumps, you can replace those with bodyweight squats. Do as many rounds as you can in 3 minutes. Have fun. It looks easy on paper, but it’s tough once you get moving, making this a great finale for your workout.

Mike Whitfield

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