Unity Challenge: Bodyweight

Charlie Peters

The UK's number one ranked Muay Thai fighter, Charlie Peters has over 70 professional fights under his belt and has held three world titles. He teaches classes at luxury gyms Equinox, KXU and BXR, and is also a personal trainer. Fancy getting fighting fit? Get involved in Charlie's bodyweight challenge.

Unity Challenge: Bodyweight

Test your own bodyweight training performance with this week's #UnityChallenge
Test your own bodyweight training performance with this week's #UnityChallenge

Unity Challenge: Bodyweight

You don't need expensive equipment to get fit. In fact, you don't need any equipment. All you need is your own body and guidance on how best to train it, which is exactly where we come in. So, with zero barrier to entry there really is no excuse not to get involved in this week's #UnityChallenge

Charlie Peters

The UK's number one ranked Muay Thai fighter, Charlie Peters has over 70 professional fights under his belt and has held three world titles. He teaches classes at luxury gyms Equinox, KXU and BXR, and is also a personal trainer. Fancy getting fighting fit? Get involved in Charlie's bodyweight challenge.

Actions

1
Monday

Plank challenge

Hold a plank position on your forearms to failure followed by a side plank on either side, also to failure. Share your times using #UnityChallenge on social to see how you stack up against the rest of the community.

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Tuesday

Squat challenge

Do as many air squats as you can in one go. You can rest in the starting position for as long as you like between reps. Call it as soon as you can no longer complete a rep with correct form. Post your total using #UnityChallenge to let the world know you don't skip leg day!

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Wednesday

Press-up challenge

Like the squat challenge, the key here is to keep bashing out reps until you can no longer do so with correct form. You can rest for as long as you like between reps in the top position of the press-up. Use #UnityChallenge to share your score.

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Thursday

The 1km challenge

If you've never run before, just try to keep running for as long as you can. For everyone else, use a GPS-enabled device or Google Maps to identify your 1km route. Be sure to jog for at least 10mins to warm up your muscles first and spend a couple minutes doing dynamic movements such as high knees and butt kicks.

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Friday

As many rounds as possible (AMRAP) challenge

You have five minutes to complete as many rounds as you can of the following: 10 x press-ups, 10 x squats, 10 x burpees. Share your score with the #UnityChallenge hashtag, but don't quit now. Stick with this weekly routine and keep a record of your scores to see how you progress over the weeks.

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