Add Entertainment to Your Workouts: American Fitness Trainers Invention
According to the American medical show, a simple deck of cards will be needed for this.
How to play
For each suit, a certain exercise is assigned. For example, Diamonds is an exercise Jumping Jack, Spades - Burpee, Hearts - Squats, and Clubs - jumping.
To participate in the game, you can choose a different number of people. But the less they will be, the more effective the training will be. By the way, you can play the game with yourself.
The rules are simple: after you mix a card deck, stretch out the card without looking. The suit will indicate the exercise, and the number on is the number of repetitions. Wallet, Lady, King and Ace can be tens or may become the number that will be assigned by players.
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