The ‘Stranger Things’ Inspired Workout You Need To Binge On

Do these '80s-Inspired moves for strength and conditioning. You never know when you'll have to outrun a demogorgon.



Stronger Things

Do these ’80s-Inspired moves for strength and conditioning. You never know when you’ll have to outrun a demogorgon. And your favorite Stranger Things characters are here to help you through the exercises.

Let’s start off with some killer cardio…

Stationary Bike

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Using moderate resistance, go all out for 20 seconds; rest 10. Do this 6 times. No bike? Do kick-throughs: in a push-up, kick your right leg to your left hand. Alternate sides for 20 seconds.

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High-Knee Touch

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Run in place, lifting your knees as high as you can and touching your hand to your knee at its highest point. Do 3 rounds, running for 20 seconds and resting for 10. There’s no escape!

Dumbbell Thruster

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Hold 5kg to 8kg dumbbells at your shoulders. Lower your torso, pushing your hips back. Stand, straightening your elbows. Do 3 rounds of 20 seconds on, 10 seconds off.

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Now for some scary strength moves…

Tuck Plank

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In a push-up position with your shoulders above your hands and abs tight, jump your feet towards your hands. Then jump your feet back into a push-up position. Do reps for 30 seconds.

Resistance Band Shoulder Press

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Stand on a band so tension begins at arm’s length; hold the ends at shoulder height. Lift the handles up until your arms are fully extended overhead. That’s 1 rep; do 20.

Resistance Band Good Morning

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Loop one end of a large band around your neck. Step on the other end, your feet shoulder-width apart. Hinge your hips, straighten your torso, and squeeze your glutes. That’s 1 rep; do 20.

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