For Time
5 Rounds of:
5 Pull-Ups (pulling scale, Isometric towel rows)
10 Push-Ups
15 Air Squats

Then, 4 Rounds of:
8 Handstand Push-Ups (Seated DB press, pike push up, elevated pike push up, or 4 Inchworms in place)
15 KB Swings (53/35) (back pack swings)

Then, 3 Rounds of:
15 Box Jumps (24/20) (Broad jump/Tuck jump/Jumping squats/Step up)
15 Knees-to-Elbows (Mountain climbers R+L=1 rep)

Then, 2 rounds of:
20 Wall-Balls (20/14) (Backpack thrusters)
30 Sit-Ups

50 Burpees

**Complete the movements listed in their groupings. One round.

**40 min time cap.

**On Tuesday I already had people talking about this workout..

“I can’t do these movements”
“Is this supposed to be a partner workout?”
“How long is this supposed to take?”

Look.. it’s designed to be fun, and for you to have fun, and just get in a workout before taking off or spending time with family/friends for Thanksgiving.

You can totally make it a partner workout if you’re getting in the car a few hours later to drive to Grandma’s house.
You can scale the rounds of each grouping to 5-4-3-2-1 and end with 25 instead of 50 burpees.
You can scale the movements/weight as you would in a regular workout.

But I think you’ll surprise yourself in how much you can actually do if you just break it down by grouping, and keep moving.