Total Body Workout Routine

Who has time to get to the gym every single day of the week? Hardly anyone. We want you to have this All-In-One Total Body Workout to make sure you’re getting the maximum burning benefits for your body. There are many benefits to working your body as a whole versus just one muscle group at a time. It saves time in the gym and is going to help you build both upper and lower body strength!

[su_note note_color=”#fff” text_color=”#484e59″ radius=”5″]This is not a magical quick fix for a super-chic bod. You still need to incorporate cardio into your weekly workout habits; we recommend 2-3 sessions a week that really elevate your heart rate.

Equipment Needed: A soft surface to work out on, i.e. a yoga mat, water for hydration, a towel for sweat, a set of weights (think 10-15 lbs), and an Interval Timer.

This workout is broken into 3 small circuits. Each starts with a plyometric exercise and is followed by 2 total body exercises.  Set your interval timer for 30 seconds of work and 10 second rest. Complete each circuit 2-3 times. Get the most benefits from this All-In-One Total Body Workout by doing it 3 times per week.[/su_note]

[su_box title=”Circuit 1″ style=”noise” box_color=”#fff” title_color=”#2e383f”]
1) Burpees

burpee2) Squat-Press

squat-press3) Dumbbell Lunge-Lateral RaiseDumbbell Lunge-Lateral Raise[/su_box]

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