"Total Body Workouts H"

Total Body Workouts H offers yet another tool on your quest for full body conditioning. Enjoy greater fat loss through strength training, interval training, and circuit training combined.

Let's warm it up!

Warm Up

ExerciseRepetitionsSetsTempo
Y Squat1022:0:2
Leg Swings10 each side21:1:1
Arm Circles40(10 slow and small in each direction, 10 bigger and faster in each direction)2alter speed with every 10 reps
Forward Lunge With Arms Overhead10 each leg, alternating21:1:1

Circuit A(Rest 10-20 seconds between exercises, 60-90 between cirucits.)

ExerciseRepetitionsSetsTempo
Step Ups to High Step15 per leg2-31:2:1
Forward Lunge with touchdown12 each leg2-31:1:1
Sliding Reverse Lunge15-20 each leg2-31:2:1
Kayaker on Stability Ball12-15 each side2-31:1:1

Circuit B(Rest 10-20 seconds between exercises, 60-90 seconds between circuits.)

Band Side Steps15 each leg2-31:2:1
Sliding Lateral Lunge20 each leg2-31:2:1
Bent Over Dumbbell Row15-20 each side2-32:2:2
Alternating Bicep Curl15-20 each arm2-31:1:1
Triceps Dip on Bench15-202-3

Circuit C(Rest 10-20 seconds between exercises and 60-90 seconds between circuits.)

Overhead Shoulder Press15-202-32:1:2
Single Straight Arm Crunch to Opposite Side on Ball15-20 per side2-32:1:2
Reverse Curls15-202-32:1:2
Reverse Hyper-extensions152-32:1:2

Cool Down and Stretching

Your transition from active to mellow, aka your cool down, is a vital part of your workout. Be sure to include some light movement and a variety of stretching at the end of your workout and between workouts. This will keep your circulation active and alleviate soreness as a result of working out.



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