Around six years ago I published a home workout challenge called The 99 Workout. It was very popular. It has nearly 1 million shares to date.
Well, I was looking at the workout recently and I realized that maybe it could use a bit of tweaking to make it even better. So below you will find a new and improved version of The 99 Workout. it’s not a lot different, but it has a few slight modifications to make it better.
Before I give you the link to download and print this extreme home workout, let’s chat about a few things. First, this is an extreme workout. It’s not for the faint of heart. But that doesn’t mean that a beginner can’t attempt it. You just may have to modify your starting point. If you can only do 44 reps of each exercise, then simply start with set 6 and work your way to set 9. After a few times your conditioning will improve and you should find you will begin moving up and eventually you will be able to start with set 1.
Also, I’m not a doctor, nor do I play one on TV. Nothing here is medical advice. Consult a doctor before starting this program.
Also make sure to allow adequate rest between sets. 1 to 2 minutes should be good, but you may need more. Only you can decide what you can handle. Oh, and stretch out before and after to help prevent injury (again, not medical advice, just a tip).
If there are any exercises on the list that you cannot do for some reason, simply replace that particular exercise with one you can do.
Home Workout – The 99 Workout New and Improved
Below is the link to download a printable pdf of The 99 Workout. It is free for personal use. Please do not distribute it or sell it.