This workout is something I’ve been working on for a few months now. It started out as boredom – I was so bored of monthly challenges having the same exercises with increasing amounts of reps. So I wondered, how could I change up my workout everyday? How can I keep it interesting while not needing to sit down and plan out each individual day?
This is my answer to those questions – leave it to chance. The idea is that there is a wide enough spread of exercises that by the end of the month you’ll have sufficiently worked every muscle in your body. If you’re particularly unlucky, you might end up with a straight of a single body group – but the chances of that are pretty slim.
I might have a slightly biased opinion, but I found this workout to be really fun and very rewarding. I didnt feel quite as accomplished as my burpee month (but I probably won’t do that workout again. Ever.) but I definitely had a good workout everyday. I did Level 2 (50 reps) and to be honest, by the end of the month I felt like it wasn’t challenging enough – even though at the start I thought I was going to die every day! Hence I am now doing my second month at Level 3 (80 reps). I also lost 3 inches (7.6cm) off my waist – my main problem area – and hit several PBs including most unassisted pull-ups in a single session (50) and fastest time for 50 squats (1:27).
I’ve tried to choose exercises to be ones that people could complete at a bar session – thus no weights or gym equipment exercises were included. I’ll also be uploading a quick guide to all of the exercises in case you’re not sure of what some of them are. I would recommend tailoring the exercises to suit yourself – take out ones that you know are beyond your limits, add weight where you think it’s needed and write some unique ones on the blanks provided. After all, you’ll be the one doing them!
If you want to give it a go, you can download the PDF with instructions here. Use the #LD30 hashtag on Facebook or Instagram to let us know how you’re going!