When putting together this workout, the goal was to make it very short yet very intense. The repetition range for each exercise is low, but not getting any rest between exercises will do the trick when looking to burn fat and build your cardiovascular strength. The workout below consists of five exercises targeting the entire body. You will have two lower body exercises, two upper body, and one core exercise.
Take a look at the video for the demonstration of the exercises and workout, then be sure to read the workout description below the video:
You will put two minutes on the clock, then complete as many rounds of the exercises below as you can:
Jump Lunges: 10 reps
Squats Jumps: 10 reps
Push-Ups: 10 reps
Weighted In-n-Out Abs: 10 reps
Pull-Ups: 10 reps
Once finished, you should rest for 30-60 seconds and repeat. For the second round, you should start where you left off in round one. For example, if the last exercise you did in round one was the 10 push-ups, you should start round two at the Weighted In-n-Out Abs station.
Because this is such a short workout, you can complete many different two minute rounds. For example, you can complete 10 full rounds and have your total workout would last for 25-30 minutes. If you were to complete this workout as a finisher, perform 2-4 total rounds. This will keep the workout to 5-10 minutes.
Make sure you keep perfect form on each exercise and that you are not rushing through. Although this should be done at a high intensity, you do not want to sacrifice form just to get an extra exercise in.
Make it a goal to get through at least one full round of the five exercises in the two minutes. As you saw in the video, each of us were able to make it through 9 total exercises in round one while keeping perfect form on each exercise. For the rest of the rounds that we perform, our goal would then be to complete at least 9 exercises so we ensure that we are pushing hard each round.
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