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- Samuel Johnson

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Perform the following in any order. The idea is to perform each in as few sets as possible. All of the reps from each exercise do not have to be completed before starting some from another exercise.
Keep track of the reps and tally the total sets to completion. Note time to completion. Final score is total number of sets multiplied by time in minutes to completion.

50 Push-ups
50 Pull-ups
75 Sit-ups
75 Kettlebell Swings, 1 "pood" kettlebell (16kg)
150 Air Squats


1. One possible approach is to perform a near max set of push-ups, go on to the pull-ups, do the same with the sit-ups, etc. After the squats, go back to the push-ups and run through the list again finishing as much as you can at each exercise.
2. Seven sets total in ten minutes for a "70" is an excellent score!