Estimated Calories Burned:
Dumbbells + Mat
01 - Hi-Low Calves Squats (35lbs/15.9kg)
02 - ISO Staggered RDL L (50lbs/22.7kg)
03 - Side Diagonal Lunge L (50lbs/22.7kg)
04 - Hi-Low Goblet Squat (50lbs/22.7kg)
05 - ISO Staggered RDL R (50lbs/22.7kg)
06 - Side Diagonal Lunge R (50lbs/22.7kg)
07 - HEAVY DB Deadlifts (2x 50lbs/22.7kg)
08 - Step-Back Deadlifts (2x 35lbs/15.9kg)
09 - HEAVY Calves Raises (2x 50lbs/22.7kg)
10 - DB Hip Thrusts (85lbs/38.6kg)
11 - ISO DB Hip Thrusts L (50lbs/22.7kg)
12 - ISO DB Hip Thrusts R (50lbs/22.7kg)
13 - Heavy ISO DB Swings (35lbs/15.9kg)
14 - Hi-Low Swing Squats (30lbs/13.6kg)
15 - HEAVY Calves Killers (2x 50lbs/22.7kg)
16 - L2R Cossack Squats (50lbs/22.7kg)
17 - ISO Balance Hams L (50lbs/22.7kg)
18 - ISO Bent Kick-Backs L
19 - In & Out Switch Drop Squats L 35lbs/15.9kg()
20 - Light Calves Hops (2x 15lbs/6.8kg)
21 - ISO Balance Hams R (50lbs/22.7kg)
22 - ISO Bent Kick-Backs R
23 - In & Out Switch Drop Squats R (35lbs/15.9kg)
24 - Ladder Hold Calves (2x 50lbs/22.7kg)
25 - HEAVY Squat Calves RDL (2x 50lbs/22.7kg)
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