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Every week Octane Fitness employees can participate in team CROSS CiRCUIT interval training workouts held in our showroom. See what this week’s team workout was and download a copy for yourself!

A motivational note from Octane Fitness team member and certified group fitness leader:

It’s almost the end of the year and with the holiday season in full swing you will need to find more ways to keep yourself motivated. So let’s consider the holiday season as Your D-Day. As you plug along getting through the rough season, think about how Your Dedication and Determination will help bring you through this time and make you stronger. You have made that commitment to get in shape and to live a healthier lifestyle so it’s up to you to maintain your hard work and not give up. So as you think about what it means to have dedication and determination, let’s break down the meaning of both powerful words for your reference. To have determination means that you are giving yourself to some purpose, a complete and wholehearted devotion. Does that describe you? And one who has determination is one who makes a decision. So you have given yourself some purpose, a complete and wholehearted devotion and made that final decision to make your life a better one. If that isn’t incentive enough, what is?

Don’t give up over the holidays and continue your D-Day incentive with Cross Circuit interval training. Stay motivated and Stay Fueled!

– Kelly

Octane Fitness Team Workout
Download a PDF of our CROSS CiRCUIT workout





















Exercise Tips
Helpful descriptions of some of the more difficult or lesser-known exercises listed above.

  • Elevated Mountain Climbers – Rest hands on an elevated surface, making sure it is sturdy enough to withstand weight during mountain climbers. Lower into pushup position and perform mountain climbers for duration of interval.
  • Plank with Runner Lunge – Get into plank position with arms fully extended so body makes a 45 degree angle. Bring left foot up near left hand, while keeping right leg and arms fully extended in plank position, to perform runners lunge, repeat with right leg.