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Fitness Dice

Fitness Dice


Exercising.  Working out.  Getting fit.  No matter what we call it, we all have our own opinions about it.  I always wished I could be one of those people that was addicted to working out.  That it was something I could turn to during times of stress, depression or worry.  But so far that hasn’t been the case with me.

It is really a chore.

Then after a while the chore becomes boring.  Especially due to doing the same things over and over again. 

I think the key to doing anything that feels like a chore, is to just make it fun.  Even exercising. 

That is what the people that created a dice game called Stack 52 believes as well.  They came up with a way to make exercising fun and less boring. 

They created fitness dice

In a nice velvet storage pouch you will find:

 5 colored exercise dice representing 5 different muscle groups, and one white repetition count dice. There are 6 different bodyweight exercises on each colored dice:


· Green: 6 Chest exercises

· Red: 6 Core/Ab exercises

· Blue: 6 Cardio exercises

· Yellow: 6 Leg exercises

· Orange: 6 Arm exercises

· White: Repetition count, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 14


Roll all the dice and do the exercises that appear. You get one point for each rep. Do not rest between exercises.

Time Critical

Race to a point total in the fastest time possible.  Try to beat your old time.

It’s a Numbers Game

Get as many points as you can in 5, 10, 15, or 20 minutes depending on your fitness level or time available.  Try to beat your old score!


Tabata Rounds

Get as many points as possible in a 1, 2, or 3 minute round.  Rest 30, 60, or 90 seconds.  Perform 3, 4, or 5 rounds.  Set the length of each round, the rest period, and number of rounds based on your fitness level and mix things up to increase muscle confusion and maximize your results.

These were Created by military fitness expert and scientist Sergeant Michael Volkin and used by the US Army in Iraq, Quick Sweat Dice were scientifically designed for achieving elite fitness anywhere with no equipment in the most efficient way possible.

Quick Sweat Dice are a bodyweight exercise dice game.  Play the game; get a great workout.  You will never do the same workout twice.  No more boredom.  The variety maximizes muscle confusion and increases strength gains.  Most importantly, it’s fun and motivating.

Games can be played in as little as 5 minutes.  If you can find 5 minutes a day, you can be fit, lean, and strong.  Play by yourself or play with your friends and family.  Challenge and motivate each other.  Get fit and strong together.

You control the difficulty and the exercises are easy to learn.  Visithttp://strength.stack52.com/quick-sweat-dice/ for online videos of Sergeant Volkin demonstrating each exercise.

For even more workout variety, get the Strength Stack 52 Fitness cards.   Want to lose weight or get lean?  Pick up the Weight Loss Stack.

My personal opinion?  I think they are at great idea.  With my fitness level some of the things on the dice was too hard for me, but the concept is amazing.

disclaimer:  I received the product discussed in  this post in exchange for my honest opinion.  All opinions are 100% my own and may or may not differ from yours.

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