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Full Body HIIT

June 8

Full Body HIIT

Perform exercises 1-5 for 40 sec each with a 20 sec rest in between – 5 rounds

  1. Cross Body Squat Punches
  2. Squat Bicep Curls
  3. Russian Twist
  4. Sumo Squat to Curtsy Lunge
  5. Plank Arm Raise

 

Cross Body Squat Punches

Position your feet about shoulder width apart and a dumbbell in each hand. Squat down with the dumbbells in front of your shoulders being sure to keep your weight in your heels and knees out. As you squat up you are going to punch out the dumbbell across your body straight out to your side. As your move the dumbbell across your body you’re going to turn your hips to the side and your foot as well. After the punch bring the dumbbell back in front of your shoulder and squat back down and repeat on the other side.

 

Squat Bicep Curls

Stand with your feet about shoulder width apart and a dumbbell in each hand. Keeping your weight in your heels and your knees out, squat down while curling the dumbbells up toward your shoulders. As your come up out of the squat you should be pushing up through your heels and bringing the weigh back down to your side. Be sure not to swing the dumbbells up but be in control of every movement very slow and controlled.

 

Russian Twist

Tighten your core and position yourself slightly leaned back balanced on your glutes with your legs up, I like to cross my feet for better balance. Slowly twist the weight from side to side across your body keeping the weight close too your abdomen.

 

Sumo Squat to Curtsy Lunge

Position your feet in a wide stance outside your shoulders holding a dumbbell in each hand in-between your legs. Squat down keeping your weight in your heels. As you come up from the squat bring the dumbbells up to your shoulders and bring one leg back behind you in a curtsy lunge. From here you are going to go back into that sumo squat and then curtsy lunge with the other leg.

 

Plank Arm Raise

Position yourself in plank position making sure your shoulders are straight above your hands and making sure your core is tight. I like to spread my feet about a foot apart for better balance. As you are switching arms try your best to not rock your hips, making sure you are squeezing you core tight the whole time will help this.

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June 8
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