Isometric Dice





“Isometric workouts are great for the core.”

Podcast Synopsis

I’ve been playing around with the Dice Games recently and seeing how creative I can be. Recently my wrist has been bothering me so I decided to rest it and do some isometric (static) exercises. I mostly focused on exercising my core so I did the following:


Side Plank (Left and Right)

Leg Lift Holds

A Boat

A Bridge

I wrote all of those on one dice and on the other dice I wrote down the number of seconds that I would hold that pose. So I would write 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 seconds and roll the dice for 30 minutes. It was very effective and I certainly want to mess around more with some different times and movements.

If you are interested in other podcasts I’ve done on the Dice Game, and want some other suggestions on creative things you can do with them, check out these:

Using Dice For Elite Fitness - The Game Evolves

The Dice Game

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Time Stamps:

00:00 - About the Dice Game that is new to me and different exercises I have come up with

00:58 - Coming up with exercises with an injured wrist

01:22 - Core Isometric Exercises (static exercises)

02:26 - The second dice was the number of seconds I would hold the isometric pose

03:38 - This workout was very effective, certainly give it a try and let me know what you do:

See you next week - no excuses,

-Tom Rowland