I don’t know about where you are, but Portland is mad hot right now. Given the summer heat you might want to do this workout early in the morning or later in the day once the temperature drops. Have fun and be sure to stay hydrated!
Adjustments: This workout shouldn’t require much scaling, as you can use what tools you have at your disposal and there aren’t any super challenging bodyweight movements. If you don’t have a barbell, lift kettlebells, dumbbells, or a sandbag. That said, the “T” style push-ups might be a little hard, so there are a few ways to work up to them. You can either move in and out of the T rotation from a simple plank, or you can elevate your torso with your hands on a bench or box to make them easier.
How I did it: I pulled 300 lbs for the deadlift portion, and used a 45-lb weight plate for the curl and press. The single arm supported rows were loaded with 60-lb dumbbells.
If you enjoyed this workout or have any suggestions, please leave a comment below 🙂