The R.I.P. Workout

The R.I.P. Workout


Targets: Core/abs, biceps, triceps, shoulders

No it’s not called that because you’re gonna die. Well you’ll get close…BUT R.I.P. stands for “Rest in Plank”. You are not allowed to EVER get out of plank during this whole routine. Even when you’re “resting” between each move.

Try this routine 3x through. You are allowed to come into Child’s Pose after you finish one full circuit. 1 min max though. Then up again.

Here’s the Plank Arm Workout video which is very similar. If you need motivation, do it with me 🙂

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  1. Heather says:

    I came across this printable before, and would love to save it to my computer to print, but the image is “broken”! 🙁 Not sure if that’s just on my computer for some reason or if it’s the site? Anyone else have that issue?

    1. blogilates says:

      ok just fixed it! thanks for telling me!!

  2. amy says:

    nevermind, i just saw the answer at the bottom 🙂

  3. amy says:

    In the 20 alternating shoulder touches/leg lifts, is a left to right shoulder touch considered 1 or 2?

  4. Carly says:

    Is there any way to strengthen your wrists? My wrists are very tiny compared to the rest of me and I barely made it through one set!

    1. blogilates says:

      Just start on your elbows!

  5. Julie says:

    I had trouble not leaning to one side. I would lean a little to the right when my right arm was down and my left arm was in movement. Any suggestions?

    1. blogilates says:

      It’s ok, you’ll gain your balance with practice. Engage your core.