Hannah's Prowler and Sled Workout

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Prowler and Sled Work

Prowler + 45 pound plate on each side

Sled + 45 pound plate

Here's the breakdown:

I have a big open space where we park our trucks near our townhome, so I marked off 25 yards and the beat down commenced.

I pushed the Prowler for the full length, then dropped it, picked up the sled and dragged it the entire length. Then, I dropped the sled, sprinted back to the Prowler, and the cycle begins again. No rest between the two for five full circuits.

Five minute rest and the circuit changes:
Prowler +25 pound plate on each side
Sled + two 45 pound plates

I pushed the Prowler FAST (which, I must add a side note here, may not be as fast in actuality as it feels) then dropped it, picked up the sled and dragged it SLOW (which, again a note: actual speed may be ridiculously slow), dropped it and lunged the distance back to the Prowler. Thirty seconds rest between each circuit; five total.

I recently read an article on these shoes that are supposed to tone your butt and thighs while you walk. As an added bonus, they make you three times more likely to turn your ankle while performing everyday activities. Really? So in reality, someone like me, when wearing the above mentioned shoesies, would be, like, twenty-one-and-a-half times more likely to turn her ankle while performing everyday activities. Something tells me my insurance will drop me if I buy a pair of those. I think I'll just take my chances pushing the Prowler...

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