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The Mad Maximum Workout

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The Mad Maximum Workout


So today is a great day because after some time now there is video loaded directly into the site! Now I have interactive video and will be republishing the digital products soon once I relink them to the videos. All of this has been a bit of a setback since YouTube suspended my channel, but it’s not stopping the BRF revolution of strength!

The Mad Maximum Workout

So I’m returning to today’s blogisode to provide you with some mad workouts! I decided to theme this workout around one of the greatest old school action flicks to ever hit the big screen. I’m calling this one the Mad Maximum Workout as a tip of the cap to the old school Mad Max movies. Of course there is 4th film regarding this series that will hit the big screens again next year in 2015 and I’m pretty pumped about it. Dust off your kettle bell and barbell and get to it! 

Warm Up:

Rolling “V” Stretch: 5

A Skips: 15 R&L Legs

B Skips: 15 R&L Legs

Kettlebell Static Groin Stretch: 10 With A Pause At The Bottom Of Goblet squat

Agility, Upper And Lower Body Power: For the truly Mad perform this with a 20 lb. Weighted Vest! 

Agility Ladder Lateral 2 Feet Quickness: 5 (Note: Lead into the square of the ladder with the foot of the direction your going in. So if you’re moving to your right lead into the ladder square with the right foot. Same goes for when you move to your left. Covering both directions equals a single repetition.)

Agility Ladder Lateral Crossover Shuffle: 5 (Note: Step into the square of the ladder with the foot furthest to the outside of the ladder. Crossover to the front of the inside leg.)

Agility Ladder Drills Lateral Rear Crossover Shuffle: 5 (Note: Same as the lateral crossover except crossover the inside leg by crossing to the rear.)

Agility Ladder Lumbar Hip Twist: 5 (Note: This is NOT a scissor type motion. It’s a 90 degree turn of the hips keeping the feet equal distance apart.) 

Plyometrics And Medicine Ball Power

Medicine Ball Plyo Push Ups: 3×5 

Superset Box/Bleacher Jumps: 3×10

Strength Work ( First perform 2 warm up sets before jumping into the working heavier sets) 

Deadlift: 4×6

Heavy Front Squat: 3×4

Heavy Kettlebell Double Arm Swing, To Single Arm Swing, To Overhead Snatch: Perform 3,3,3 at each movement with the kettle bell for 3 rounds on each arm! 

Hindu Push Ups: 3×5

Superset Dead Hang Pull Ups: 3×6


Remember to allow for sufficient rest time when tackling heavier weight. Don’t wait too long, but don’t go too quickly either. Make sure you execute a quality lift and go as heavy as you are capable of going for the given rep counts. 

Give the Mad Maximum a shot and please let me know what you think by dropping me a comment in the box below. Keep training smart! 

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The Mad Maximum Workout






I'm a Certified Strength And Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and author. I have had over 17 years experience in MMA fitness, strength and conditoning, and athletic performance for most every sport. As an author and specialist I've written close to a million words on fitness and strength. I'm also a Muay Thai practictioner and enjoy helping others to reach their peak potential through fitness and performance.

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