To achieve (and maintain) some serious intensity, you’re going to start to a clock and perform two minutes of non-stop work, followed by two minutes of rest, five times through for a total of 20 minutes. During the two minutes ‘on’, work through the following movements as many times as possible, attempting to keep your weights moving without dropping them or resting the entirety of the round.
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