Well helllllllooooo there! First off I wanted to say thank you for your support with my announcement that I’ve decided to compete in my first bikini show. It really means a lot to know that I have people on my side. Tomorrow I’ll fill you in a little more on my training and nutrition but today I have a workout for you!



You may have seen similar workouts to this one floating around on pinterest and that was the inspiration for this workout here. I’ve had my bootcampers go through this workout and I’ve done it with them a few times. It’s a bit of a longer workout taking between 40-60 minutes to complete depending on your fitness level but the good news it’s pretty much all bodyweight exercises so you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your house to get your workout on. Sweet deal, huh?



Ok so here is the workout…it’s a beast!



Powerhouse 99 Challenge



So the workout follows a basic format for each round. There is a higher intensity exercise, ab exercise, lower body exercise, isometric hold and pushups.



If you’re doing this at home just grab something heavy for the side bends, a heavy backpack or something similar would work perfectly.



While most of you probably know most of these moves, there may be a couple you don’t or a couple with different names so I posted a few of the different ones below.



Give this workout a try and let me know your time! When you’re done you’ll feel like a total Powerhouse!



Squat Pops



Wall Sit









V-Sit Hold



Side Bends



Plank Jacks



Hip Dips



Donkey Kicks






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The Powerhouse 99 Challenge
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8 thoughts on “The Powerhouse 99 Challenge

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  • July 13, 2014 at 10:02 pm

    Thank you for this! But i would just like to know if we have to do the entire thing from 99 to 1 on one workout or is it like all the 99’s on the first day then the 88’s the next day? Thank you! Im sorry if this sounds a little obvious lol.

    • July 23, 2014 at 4:06 pm

      When I do this in my boot camp class we do all the 99’s, then the 88’s, 77’s etc etc. So it’s all in one – takes about an 1 to 1.5 hours depending on how quick you’re going. Hope that helps!

  • June 28, 2016 at 9:48 pm

    I realize you posted this years ago, but thanks to Pinterest I just found this workout today, and I can’t wait to give it a whirl in the morning! I’ve been looking for a workout longer in duration than I’m used to, so I can see what I can handle. Thank you for setting it up for me!


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