Trainer Tuesday: Pump ‘N’ Sweat Full Body Workout

Thank you so much for all of your well wishes yesterday!  I’m feeling much better and back to my regular self today, thank goodness.  After sleeping nonstop and expending all of my energy by going to and from the toilet, I’m more than ready to be well again! Winking smile

 

Today’s Trainer Tuesday is a full body circuit workout that will work several different muscles while getting your heart pumpin’!  I’ll tell you upfront, it’s no joke!  Let’s get to it, shall we?!

 

Pump ‘N’ Sweat Full Body Workout

Perform each exercise for 60 seconds with little to no rest in between exercises.  Complete the entire circuit, rest for 60 seconds, and repeat the circuit 2 more times.  Move on to next circuit while following the same directions. 

*Use 10-15 pound dumbbells.

Warm Up: 5-10 minutes light to moderate cardio and/or dynamic stretching

CIRCUIT #1

Decline Pushups

Deadlifts*

Squat Jumps

Plank Hold (on forearms)

CIRCUIT #2

Shoulder Press to Calf Raise*

Goblet Squat*

Jumping Lunges

V-Ups

CIRCUIT #3

Reverse Fly*

Lateral Lunges*

Mountain Climbers

Side Plank Raises (30 sec. on each side)

CIRCUIT #4

Tricep Dips

Walking Lunges*

High Knees

Scissor Kicks

Cool Down: 5-10 minutes light cardio and/or static stretching

 

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Comments

  1. says

    That awesome looks WAY hardcore – I don’t think I could do it! I’ve got to start doing more lower body (and upper body) strength training, but I’m so afraid of how it’ll affect my running, especially with my hamstring injury and tendency for shin splints!

    Glad you are feeling better!

    • Ashley says

      you could totally do it!! just take it slow and work your way there. some strength training will most likely improve your running in the long running… especially lower body. bigger, stronger leg muscles means more powerful, quicker runs! i would just recommend easing your way into it. ;) thank you, i’m so glad i am feeling better too!

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