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Short on time but still want to get a workout in? Try this snappy little routine
Try this quick, effective workout to get your core, thighs and butt ready for the beach
This full-body routine that only takes a few minutes. And you can do it anywhere.
You’ll work virtually all the major muscles with particular focus on your core, thighs and butt; perfect for getting your body beach ready.
There are four exercises in the workout (see below for illustrations):
Do one set of each of the exercises, rest for 60 seconds then repeat for a second set. Advanced exercisers can add a third set, taking a similar rest between the second and third sets.
People of different levels should complete a different number of repetitions for each exercise:
By doing a circuit you’ll not only strengthen your muscles you’ll also stregthen your heart.
These drills involve some coordination but if you take your time you’ll learn them fairly quickly.
Reverse Lunge to Knee Drive
Pushup to Spider-climb with Twist
Beginner tip: You can just do a pushup or a spider-climb until you get stronger.
Beginner tip: Limit how far down you drop in the lunge. As you get stronger and more coordinated, aim to get lower.
Side Plank with Leg Lift