Timesaving Full-body Circuit

5 Moves that Will Make You Sweat

Don’t have a ton of time but want to stay committed to your fitness? I have a perfect, quick yet effective full-body circuit workout for you! This awesome circuit workout will get your heart rate pumping and work your entire body— from glutes and hamstrings to core, back and shoulders! Shave 25-35 minutes out of your day, commit yourself and dig deep!

Go through each exercise, moving quickly from one to the next, then take a quick water break and repeat the circuit one or two times, depending on your fitness level or the time you have available. Have fun!

Star Jumpers

20 Star Jumpers

Start standing in a wide stance position with legs slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. Touch the ground with both hands, then jump up and extend your arms toward the sky. Drop down to touch the ground and repeat the exercise 20 times.

Renegade Rows

10 Renegade Rows

Start on the floor in a plank position with feet wide and hands gripping two dumbbells, shoulder-width apart. Use the handles of the dumbbells to support your upper body. Row with one dumbbell, then the other, finishing the set with a push-up. Repeat the exercise rowing with each dumbbell, and then performing a push-up until you have completed a total of 10 reps.

G-Tip: This is a challenging exercise, so start with a light weight or no weight at all if you are a beginner. Placing your feet in a wide stance will also help with stability. Feel free to remove the push-up from the exercise and just perform the rows for another variation!

Flutter Kicks

30 Flutter Kicks

Start by lying on your back with your arms under your glutes with your palms down. Extend your legs fully out with a slight bend in your knees. Lift your heels about 6 inches off the floor. Make small, rapid up and down scissor-like motions with your legs. The key is to have your core engaged throughout the entire exercise.

Combo Side Lateral Raise Superset with a Biceps Curl

10 Combo Side Lateral Raise Superset with a Biceps Curl

Start standing with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. Holding a dumbbell in each hand with your palms facing your body, extend your arms directly out to the sides of your body until your arms are parallel to the ground. Return back to the starting position, then rotate your hands so your palms are facing up and perform a biceps curl, bringing the dumbbells up toward your chest, then lowering back down. Repeat this combo move 10 times.

Kettlebell (Goblet) Squats

15 Kettlebell (Goblet) Squats

Start standing in a wide stance position with your legs slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. Holding a dumbbell or kettlebell in between your legs, perform a squat pushing your glutes back as if you are going to sit into a chair, then rise back up to the starting standing position. Repeat the exercise 15 times.

Gina Aliotti

Gina Aliotti is a former IFBB Figure Pro, certified yoga instructor, health and fitness coach and owner of Gina Aliotti Fitness. Her passion is to inspire and motivate moms to get in the best shape with NO GYM necessary. Gina believes that we all have the same potential within us; it is a matter of what we do with that potential that makes all the difference. It is through her simplified approach to fitness that she helps to ignite that inner fire and help others tap into their ultimate potential. Find more of Gina on: Faceboook Gina's Website Instagram

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