Fat burning full body workout by July 28, 2017 at 3:12 am Fitness 0 Comment Burn fat, build muscle and lean lean lean with this efficient 30-minute full body workout courtesy of trainer, Amber Bloom. This full body workout takes just 30 minutes to complete and requires minimal equipment – so it can really be done absolutely anywhere! This training session will target your upper body, lower body and abs, while still incorporating some cardio to keep the heart rate high. Each set has three exercises to be performed one after the other, followed by one minute of cardio (one round). Repeat each set three times before moving on to the next set. Take a one-minute break in-between each set (or between each round for beginners). As with any exercise, warm-up and cool down is always recommended. P.S: No skipping rope? No problem! Just jump in place, mimicking the movement. Model: Amber BlomPhotographer: James Patrick Set One This first set focuses on your upper-body. You may want to choose a lighter weight since you will performing a high number of reps, or you can always drop the weight down as your muscles fatigue. Repeat this set three times. Rest for one minute before moving on to the next set. Bicep curl x 15 reps Make sure to keep your elbows in by your side, your hips tucked under and your core tight. Start with the weights fully extended down, then curl them up, squeezing at the top. Release the weight down to the starting position (resist the momentum and control them all the way down). Military press x 15 reps Start with the dumbbells under your chin, then rotate them out and up to an overhead press. Bring them down below your chin and that’s one rep. Make sure not to arch your back as you press them up – always keep your core tight. Push-up x 15 reps The beauty of push-ups is that they can be modified to accommodate your fitness level. You can do tricep push-ups, wide push-ups or push-ups on your knees (I like to do a mix). Cardio Jump rope for 60 seconds. You can do alternating single leg jumps, jumps using both feet or any other combination you like. This cardio burst between each set keeps your heart rate up and the calories burning! Source link Share This Post: Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Post navigation ‹ Previous Chalk, Sweat And Tears | 5×5 TrainingNext › Reverse Dieting | Should You Do It? Related Content AMRAP high-energy body-weighted workout Sculpting lower body circuit 5 exercises for at-home reformer Pilates At-home full body shred workout more news from the blog The Venus Factor System Download – The Venus Factor System Fitness Guide Wild Mushroom Stirfry – Healthy Cooking with Cindy Fitness for Surfing | Total Surf Fitness Guide GROCERY HAUL ♥ (Plus some healthy cooking ideas!) Men’s Fitness Fall Adventure Guide: Mountain Biking (Fueled by Mitsubishi Outlander Sport) How to treat skin rashes Triceps 101 | 4 Exercises For Targeting The Triceps Muscles Peanut butter chocolate chip blondies Get Strong & Lean with Eccentric Training | Benefits of Forced Reps Super Smash Bros. for Wii U: Event Guide – Fitness Junkies 10,000 CALORIE •RAW VEGAN• FOOD CHALLENGE (1st EVER COMPLETED!) Raw caramel slice with ‘shortbread’ base Healthy Cooking With Zucchini Download Fitness Guide 101: A No-Nonsense Approach To Getting Fit Free E-book The best Vegetarian Chili Recipe – Quick and Easy Superfood Myth | Are You Nuts? How To Develop A Lagging Muscle Group Sculpting lower body circuit SellOnFlipkart – Guide – Sports and Fitness Packaging Coffee Break S02E08 – The Fitness Guide How to Get Rid of CELLULITE | Exercises & Tips Healthy Cooking – “CHICKPEA SALAD” Part-3 (28 Nov 2011) Health TV Healthy living with blogger Lauren Patterson How to stop yourself from overeating Heart Healthy Cooking: Quinoa Pasta Recipe Tutorial Cave Man Fitness Guide The Struggles Of Leg Day | Been There, Done That! Tomas falsas Vídeo Preparación Copa de Cataluña Men’s Physique-fitness guide Trying Vegan Food P90X Fitness Guide: Week 4 ALOO GOBI AND DAL TADKA |COOKING WITH MOM | HEALTHY INDIAN RECIPES BY PUNJABI MOTHER 5 Ways To Get Healthy & Fit For Free Tech Gift Guide: Fitness trackers Add Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.