Time to turn that music up. Do four rounds with minimal rest. Yes, it’s “gruelling”, as Manganiello puts it, but if he can handle it at 40, so should you
1/ SINGLE-ARM KB SNATCH 10 EACH SIDE
Holding the kettlebell between your legs in a half squat ( A), snap your hips forward as for a swing, then shrug and pull it up, punching through ( B) so it doesn’t whack your forearm.
2/ RING DIP 10 REPS
As if dips weren’t already hard enough. Begin with arms straight ( A), then lower your chest until your shoulders are below your elbows ( B). Now push up, keeping your hands in close.
3/ D-BALL TO SHOULDER 10 REPS
A D-ball is like a soft Atlas stone (but it’s still pretty hard). Squat ( A) and lift it onto your thigh to get your arms under it. Heave it over your shoulder ( B) – assuming no one’s behind you.
4/ STEEL CLUB LUNGE 10 REPS
Lift the club (or a dumbbell if your gym’s not as good as Manganiello’s) overhead ( A). As you lunge, lower it to eye level ( B), arms parallel to the ground. Raise it as you push back up.