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Workout Routine: Tuesday Night Workout For The Win

Fall ball is here! It is the perfect time for add a quick, daily 15-minute workout routine to prep for the season. Someone out there is training just as hard as you if not more this fall ball, so make sure you’re first and not last. All the NCAA teams are doing it!

Looking to get a quick extra workout in? Look no further than this 15-minute workout that you can do just about anywhere. No gym or weights required. All you need is a few textbooks, a coffee table or something that can support you for the dips. If you do not have either of those you can switch-out the dips for mountain climbers. In 15 minutes you will work up a nice sweat and feel accomplished after another day on the grind.

Repeat the exercises below five times to complete the workout:

Tuesday Night Workout: September 10, 2019

Lacrosse Workout

Lunges – 5 Reps

Five walking lunges per leg. Can walk forward while doing these or just do them in place.

Lunge workout routine

Do It For The Quads!

Squat Jumps – 10 Reps

Ten squat jumps will help you work on your explosiveness.

squat jump workout routine

Feel The Bern!

A movement of squat jumps that is!!!

Jumping Jacks – 20 Reps

You know the drill here! Do extra reps here if you want.

Jumping Jacks workout routine

Don’t Be Like Her

Push-ups – 10 Reps

Do 10 push-ups to get that blood back and flowing to those pecs. Do a different style of push-up style each round if you’re feeling good.

Push Ups workout routine

… And Don’t Be Like Him Either

Dips – 10 Reps

Ten dips. Get creative with what you have around you to make them more challenging, like tossing a textbook or two up on your lap.

Dips workout routine

Our Favorite Kind of Dip

Then it’s from the right back to the beginning! Do five rounds of this.

This quick 15-minute workout can become a part of your nightly routine if you are committed to getting better.

The only way you gain mental toughness is to do things you’re not happy doing. If you continue doing things that you’re satisfied (with) and make you happy, you’re not getting stronger. You’re staying where you’re at. Either you’re getting better, or you’re getting worse. You’re not staying the same.

David Goggins

Show them who’s boss.

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