As The Flywheel Spins - Your Top 10 Workouts
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Hello! Thanks for joining me on this latest journey. I loved introducing you to some of my friends outside of C2! This past season has brought some new life to our workouts for sure. We possibly piqued your interest to branch out and tap into some new workout avenues hopefully too!!

I thought it would be fun to list out the top 10 most downloaded workouts in the history of our workouts. If you need some suggestions for which one to hit next, start here!  

(Listed 10 down to number 1)

Number 10: Workout 55 - RowErg - Pendulum Conundrum 

    Changing the Damper

Number 9: Workout 53 - RowErg - Ups and Downs 

    30 Minutes Start to Finish

Number 8: Workout 59 - RowErg - Right Here Waiting for You

    Longest workout of them all!

Number 7: Workout 57 - RowErg - Start Fast, Finish Strong

    Fast Stroke Rates then building power

*Cady Favorite Workout 15 - RowErg - Master of Control

    Same Format at Workout 57, but entirely different

Number 6: Workout 2 - RowErg - Power Play

    Three 7 Minute intervals in typical fashion

Number 5: Workout 4 - RowErg - Short and Spicy

    Workout found in the monitor's Custom Workouts

*Cady Favorite Workout 12 - RowErg - Can You Hang?

    Give yourself a split goal based on your own effort

Number 4: Workout 61 - RowErg - Tril*Erg*y

    48 minutes of solid work start to finish

Number 3: Workout 62 - SkiErg - Tril*Erg*y

    Same workout at Workout 61, just on the SkiErg

Number 2: Workout 1 - RowErg - Pilot

    First Workout Released on As The Flywheel Spins!

Number 1: Bonus Release - ROW BASICS

    Technique and Points of Performance

 

Enjoy your next workout!!

 

~Cady

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Baha'i Blogcast with Rainn Wilson
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Draftsmen
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Aria Code
Aria Code
WQXR & The Metropolitan Opera
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