One Of My Favorite Workout


The above is one of my favorite workouts. Working out the entire body -
Repeat #1 - #6 four times and then repeat #7 - #12 four times.
It is about a 45 minutes workout burning from 300 - 400 calories. 

Here are some of the benefits from some of the above exercises. 
#1  
Dumbbell Swing - The exercise targets your hamstrings and gluts, but you also use your back, quadriceps and shoulders.

#2  
Russian Twist -  While this ab exercise mainly targets your obliques, your back muscles will be engaged to strengthen and support your spine.

#3  
Dive Bombers -  The dive bomber push up was first developed by the Navy Seals as a part of its training exercises. This exercise targets the core muscles in your body, as well as your chest, arms, and back are strengthened.

#4  
Lunge w/bicep curls - Unlike leg presses or leg extensions performed on a weight-training machine, dumbbell lunges require an added element of balance and coordination.

#6  
Ranegade Row with Pushup - The pushup and row works your back muscles just as hard as your chest, making it the perfect two-for-one move when you're short on time.

#7
Wide & Narrow Squats - Wide squats are  for inner thighs. Narrow squats work the quad.  We jump from narrow-to-wide.

#8
Weighted Roll Up  - Roll up is a great challenge for the abdominal muscles.  Much greater challenge when you add a weight.

#11
Windmill -  The windmill exercise can solidify your core, and you can do it with or without hand weights. However, it is more effective with weights.

Editor's Note:  I want to thank Isabel Allen (A Certified Personal Trainer) for modeling each of the exercises above (except  #3 - that's Me- LOL).  A special thanks to Ketsy Santiago (My Personal Trainer) for creating the workout. You are both AWESOME!!!! Love you both. xoxo

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  1. Full body workouts (especially on weekends) is my favorite and I love this workout.

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