The Workout Challenge “Scavenger Hunt”
The “Scavenger Hunt” workout is made up of 2-6 individual challenges. Your goal is to complete as many challenges as possible within the given time frame.
This is Where Things Get Interesting
Within each challenge workout you have varying levels of achievement (bronze, silver, gold, and platinum). The more levels you unlock, the more advanced you are and the stronger and more fit you’ll become.
Keep in Mind…
You do not have to complete all the challenges every workout. Odds are you won’t even be able to because each workout has a time limit which ranges between 10 – 30min.
They’re quick, fun “booster shot” style workouts.
Your goal is simply to complete as many challenges as possible (and unlock as many achievements as possible) within the given time frame.
Here’s Your Scavenger Hunt Workout
Workout Name: Dumbledore Sent Me
Time Frame: 20 minutes (set your stop watch)
Instructions: Complete as many challenges as possible within the given time frame. You can choose any challenges you want. It does not matter in which order you work. Just get as high of a rank as possible in as many challenges as possible within the given time frame.
Challenge 1: Goblet Squat
(Use Anywhere Between 20 to 50 pounds)
Bronze: 20 squats
Silver: 40 squats
Gold: 60 squats
Platinum: 80+ squats
Challenge 2: Push-Ups
(Elevate Your Hands if You Can’t Do Full Range From the Floor)
Bronze: 10 push-ups
Silver: 25 push-ups
Gold: 50 push-ups
Platinum: 75+ push-ups
Challenge 3: Reaching Plank
(Slowwww Reps – Do NOT Move Fast)
Bronze: 10 reps/arm
Silver: 20 reps/arm
Gold: 30 reps/arm
Platinum: 40 reps/arm
Challenge 4: Batwing Row (25 – 45lbs)
Bronze: 20 rows
Silver: 40 rows
Gold: 60 rows
Platinum: 80+ rows
Jordan Syatt the owner, head coach, and lead author here on Syatt Fitness. I’m a 5x World Record Powerlifter, Precision Nutrition & Westside Barbell certified coach, and I’ve been featured in a variety of media publications including CNN, The Huffington Post, Men’s Fitness Magazine, Schwarzenegger.com, T-Nation.com and I have a Bachelors of Science in Health & Behavior Science with a focus in Strength & Conditioning.