MTNTOUGH Free Workout: Warrior 1

The Warrior Workout series is a 3 part challenge workout series. We like to come back to these workouts periodically to see where our progress lies. Designed to be an ultimate mental and physical test, hitting the goal numbers with require you to push forward when your body is telling you to quit. See if you have what it takes to complete the Warrior 1.


Block 1:
30 Minutes - Max Rounds
Cleans - 2, 4, 6...
Versa Climber - 100 ft (or 10 Cals on any machine)
Strict Pull-ups - 2, 4, 6...

Shoot to get through the 10 round (the round of 20 cleans and 20 pull-ups)
If you get through that round on your first try, you need to go up in weight.

Block 2:
30 Minutes - Max Reps
DB Overhead Walking Lunges
every time you need to bring the weights down...
Sled Burpees - 20yds
Sled Push (back) - 20yds

The goal is to get 150 total lunges in 30 minutes.
If you get 150 on the first try, you need to go up in weight.

For weights, here in the lab we were doing 135-145 lbs on the cleans, 35 lb dumbbells on the overhead walking lunges, and bodyweight on the sled for the sled burpees and push.

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MTNTOUGH believes that mental toughness is just as important as physical strength and that the strongest muscle in the human body is the one between your ears. With a coaching staff comprised of former Navy SEALs, Army Rangers, and renowned physical trainers—the workouts aren’t easy. The goal is to prepare clients for both the unthinkable and the everyday—to have the mental capacity and physical stamina to self-rescue in an emergency, or grind through a 12-hour workday and still play with the kids after dinner. Ara Megerdichian, MTNTOUGH coach and former U.S. Army officer and Ranger, believes the best way to harden the mind is by reaching and exceeding physical boundaries, by taking challenges once considered impossible and making them attainable and repeatable