2018 Workout: 18 Moves, 18 Reps

What’s the best way to celebrate a brand spankin’ new year? With a brand spankin’ new workout, we think! And because — yep, it’s 2018 — we’re doing 18 different moves and 18 reps of each.

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Yes, if you do the math that’s 324 total reps, but don’t let that scare you. It’s a challenge, but totally doable.

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Plus, you need no equipment except a chair or stair for the tricep dips! Please modify, take breaks as necessary and always, always listen to your body.

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So grab your water, your inner motivation and some tunes (here are some workout playlist suggestions), and let’s do this! (For an added challenge, start a timer when you begin — you’ll find out why below!)

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How long did it take you do? Jot that number down and see if you can beat it next time! —Jenn

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6 Comments
  1. Jason Lowey says:

    What a blog it is!! Thanks for sharing with us in the starting of year.

  2. Good Stuff! It’s important to know that there really isn’t any “paint by numbers” solution for fitness, despite what you may hear on TV.

  3. Tim Johnston says:

    That’s a killer workout routine, perfect to use in 2018!!

  4. Dave Gardner says:

    Looks like a great workout I could add in at one of my lacrosse practices to mix things up a bit and keep the kids on their toes.

  5. Nice!!! Exercise daily for at least an hour. You do not have to kill yourself from running, jogging, etc., but you should have some sort of moderate physical activity in your everyday life. If you’re looking to shed a few pounds fast, do a higher-level intensity workout.

  6. Hi
    Great post .. very helpful content …
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