AMRAP stands for "As Many Repetitions (or Rounds) as Possible".
It is about pushing yourself as much as possible during a set time frame, meaning no (or very limited) rests during the specified time for the related exercise(s). It is a form of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) so it's an opportunity to push yourself and go all-in. AMRAP focuses on multiple exercises with little to no rest periods, so you can achieve an intense workout with a high number of repetitions in a short amount of time.
AMRAP pushes your muscles with back-to-back exercise, so the format is great for burning calories, building muscle and improving muscular endurance.
As per our philosophy however, form is critical. We want to help you push yourself, doing so in the right way. Maintaining good form should be the priority, so go at a pace that's right for you. This means taking it easy and going slower if you’re feeling fragile, not feeling 100%, if you're new to exercise or returning from injury.