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/ by Jeremy Scott / photos by James Patrick

Stop and Go Three movements for a strength workout We put three simple movements together that almost everyone can do in a stop-and-go format that will challenge your body. The cutting-edge formatting puts a new spin on the basic pushup, squat and glute bridge.

How it Looks The setup is simple: complete 30 seconds of reps then immediately move into a static hold for the remaining 30 seconds. Once you complete all 60 seconds of work, rest for 1 minute before moving to the next exercise. Once you complete all three movements, you’ve finished one cycle. Complete four total cycles for a stop-and-go workout you can do anywhere, anytime.




Scottsdale Health November 2017