Cathe Live: ICE Total Body Compound

icetotalbodycompoundICE Total Body Compound is a Cathe Live workout based on the ICE series workout Metabolic Total Body. It was a great workout and I loved it, just like I love the DVD version. However, I do not think it is as intense as the DVD version. As I mentioned in the Shock Circuit review, I did this workout in combination with another workout. However, this workout was the second workout not the first, so I really (unfortunately) cannot judge how well it stands on its own. Paired with Shock Circuit I got an excellent total body metabolic workout. But alone, I think they both may have been a bit… easier than what I prefer. But I did love this workout. It was fun, it worked my body well, too. I will have to try this one on its own at least once to get a good idea of how I want to use it in the future. But the way I used it today–paired with Shock Circuit–was perfect for me. 82 minutes of metabolic strength work and I loved it.

ICE Total Body Compound is 43 minutes long; 7:30 minute warm up and 3:30 minute stretch.  Equipment needed: various dumbbells and a fitness mat. It aired live on 1/14/16 and here is the video clip. Below I list what weight Cathe used for each exercise and what weight I used.

  1. Squat w/ knee raise and front jab (5# DBs)
  2. Alternating side lunges w/ circle arms (Cathe used one 5# DB, I used one 8# DB)
  3. Squat w/ knee raise and torso twist (DBs held at shoulders, twist elbow to knee in this position) (8# DBs)
  4. Forward leaning lunges w/ triple rear flys; alternate legs (8# DBs)
  5. Alternating rear lunges w/ bicep curls; starts double arm, then single arm, then changes to curl to overhead press (10# DBs, increase to 12# DBs)
  6. Plie squats w/ double arm upright rows; changes to one arm row + overhead pull; ends w/ double arm upright rows (Cathe used 10# DBs, I used 12# DBs)
  7. Dynamic lateral raises (front lunge and when you stand, raise front knee and do lateral raise)–sets of 3 then alternate legs (Cathe used 5# DBs, I used 7# DBs)
  8. Step out into sumo squat w/ a bicep curls; alternate sides–starts w/ double arm bicep curls and changes to one arm bicep curls (Cathe used 10# DBs, I used 12# DBs)
  9. Repeat #8 but hammer curls instead of traditional curls
  10. 2 squats + one deadlift; changes to 4 squats + 2 deadlifts (Cathe used 15# DBs, I used 25# DBs)
  11. High knee marches while arching DBs from sides to overhead (5# DBs)
  12. Diagonal lunge w/ bicep curls; alternate sides (Cathe used 10# DBs, I used 12# DBs, increase to 15# DBs)
  13. Forward front swings w/ squat and side leg raise (Cathe used one 12# DB, I used one 15# DB)
  14. Pulsing cross-back lunge w/ curl to 2 overhead presses; alternate sides (she starts w/ 10# DBs and changes to 12# DBs; I used 12# DBs)
  15. Lunge and pivot into squat w/ one arm curl pivot back to front and do an overhead press (Cathe used one 10# DB, I used one 12# DB)
  16. One arm overhead tricep extension (Cathe used one 10# DB, I used one 12# DB)
  17. Repeat 15 & 16 on other side of body
  18. Single leg deadlift + single arm front raises (10# DBs)
  19. Double arm tricep kickbacks (10# DBs)
  20. Repeat #19 on other leg
  21. Static lunge w/ overhead tricep press (8# DBs)
  22. Pullovers w/ bicycle legs (Cathe used one 10# DB, I used one 20# DB)
  23. Chest flys w/ bicycle legs; this changes to both legs going in and out at the same time (Cathe used 10# DBs, I used 20# DBS)
  24. Push up then bring knee to opposite elbow under body; alternate sides

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