Revolutionize Your Workout with the “360” AMRAP Challenge

Welcome to the “360” workout, a high-intensity AMRAP (As Many Rounds As Possible) challenge designed to revolutionize your fitness routine with a comprehensive, 360-degree approach to strength, endurance, and core stability. Offered at the Academy of Self Defense in Santa Clara, this session highlights our GRIT fitness program’s dedication to innovative, full-body workouts that engage and challenge participants at every level. Tailored for individuals seeking a balanced yet intense fitness experience, the “360” workout promises a relentless session that targets major muscle groups and pushes you to your limits.

Structured around a core set of exercises, including the dynamic TRX dips and high-energy kettlebell swings, this workout is designed to keep you moving, sweating, and striving for more. The AMRAP format ensures you’re constantly challenging yourself to complete as many rounds as possible within a set time frame, making every second count. Ready to take on the “360” challenge and see how far you can push yourself? Let’s dive into the details of this all-encompassing workout.

The “360” Workout Breakdown

This workout is carefully crafted to offer a balanced challenge, focusing on upper body strength, lower body power, and core endurance. Here’s your plan of action for this demanding session:

  • 15 TRX Dips: Kick off with TRX dips to target your chest, shoulders, and triceps, emphasizing upper body strength.
  • 20 Overhead Walking Lunges: Continue with overhead walking lunges, holding a weight plate or dumbbell overhead to challenge your lower body while engaging your core and improving balance.
  • 15 TRX Dips: Return to TRX dips, maintaining the focus on upper body conditioning.
  • 20 Kettlebell Swings: Move on to kettlebell swings, working your glutes, hamstrings, and lower back, and driving power through your hips.
  • 15 TRX Dips: Again, TRX dips to keep the upper body engagement consistent throughout the workout.
  • 20 Med Ball Situps: Incorporate med ball situps to target your abdominal muscles, improving core strength and stability.
  • 15 TRX Dips: Conclude the round with another set of TRX dips before starting the sequence over for as many rounds as possible.

Tips to Excel in the “360” AMRAP Challenge

  • Stay Hydrated: Keep water nearby to stay hydrated, crucial for maintaining performance throughout this intense workout.
  • Pace Yourself: While the goal is to complete as many rounds as possible, find a sustainable pace that allows you to maintain proper form and intensity.
  • Focus on Form: With the variety of exercises targeting different areas, emphasizing proper form is key to maximizing effectiveness and minimizing the risk of injury.
  • Cool Down Properly: After completing the workout, take time for a comprehensive cool-down, including stretching and hydration, to aid in recovery.

Join Us for a Full-Body Fitness Experience

Feeling inspired to tackle the “360” AMRAP workout? The Academy of Self Defense in Santa Clara invites you to join our fitness community for this challenging and rewarding workout experience. Our group fitness classes welcome participants of all levels, providing a supportive and motivating environment. Sign up for a free trial class and explore our diverse fitness offerings, including the innovative GRIT program, at academyselfdefense.com.

The “360” workout is more than just a physical challenge; it’s an opportunity to test your endurance, strength, and willpower from every angle. Are you ready to complete the circuit and emerge stronger, more balanced, and ready for anything?