MONDAY SHIFT 07/15/2019


Simple SHIFT Warm Up
Hey SHIFT crew! Hit the BODYWEIGHT WARM UP and the SQUAT WARM UP from Members Only today!!

3 Rounds
20 Taps
10 Skip Overs
10 Toe Touches
3 No Push Up Inchworm
5 Push Up / Knee Push Up
2 Lunge with Twist Right
2 Lunge with Twist Left
10 Air Squats

Increase speed each round!



7 Rounds
7 Burpee Step Ups
7 Goblet Squats
7 Push Press

Idea Weight for Men: 35-50# KB / 20-25# DBs
Idea Weight for Women: 12-25# KB / 10-15# DBs

Score: Total Time
Goal: 15 Min or Less

Time Cap: 20 Min - For this one you have options for your Burpee Step Ups!

You can do a regular full push up from the feet burpee into a high 20" or so step up. You can do a knee push up burpee + high step up. You can do a no push up burpee step up. You can lower the step up. You can even do an elevated burpee!

Find something that works for you and will allow you do keep moving!

For the step up part - do your best to alternate feet per step or you could even just alternate for each round. The main point is that you don't step up with the same foot for the whole thing!

Make sure you are stepping up on a height that you are comfortable stepping both UP and down!

For the goblet squats you will hold the kb or db at the chest. Stand tall and tighten the belly. With the feet shoulder width apart you will reach the butt back and down. Keep the heels down. Drive the knees out. Keep that chest UP! Get the butt lower than the knees at the bottom if possible. You may use a target to help you find your depth if you need to! If you are unable to get that low with weight - you can ditch it. If you are unable to get that low in a good position in general - then you may squat to a higher target! We would rather have you go all of the way down with no weight than go only partially down with weight though.

For the push press you will hold a single db or kb at the chest OR 2 lighter dumbbells at the shoulders. You will dip down keeping your chest up and weight in your heels. This is just a SMALL dip and is NOT a squat! You will use the power from your legs to help you drive the weight up over your head. Lock the elbows completely and pull it back over the middle of the body. Keep the belly tight!



Mamas, today we are honoring Coach Molly and Baby Grizz! Let's try to remember that and find a modification that allows you to honor where you are in your own motherhood transition while still staying close to the intended movement. Some good options to modify these would be: No push up burpees,Step back/forward burpee, or stepping up on to a lower height. If you are managing diastasis in pregnancy or early postpartum and notice and coning in the plank position of the burpee feel free to sub an Elevated Burpee (hands on box, step or hop feet back, modified/elevated push up, step/hop feet forward). Or you can try stepping back to a Table Top or High Bear Position without the push up. You could event do an elevated push up + air squat + step up.


Focus on proper alignment of your pelvis and spine. If you find yourself over extending in your back or coning in your belly sub less weight, Strict Press, Seated Strict Press, or even Front Raises.