Hey! I’ve been getting a lot of requests for workouts that target specific muscle groups. So I’ve created a couple of circuits that will definitely push you beyond your limits and give you the amazing results you want. All you have to do is stick with these workouts. Whatever you do, don’t give up. Push through the burn. Wipe off the sweat with a towel. Pop a few Advil if you get too sore.
I get a lot of compliments on my arms, and for my body type they are the hardest to shape. Staying consistent with the exercises and using heavier weights that really challenge me are my secret. I know a lot of women who are misinformed on weight training. When they say, “I don’t want to get bulky so I don’t use heavy weights,” I always cringe. There is absolutely no possible way for a woman to bulk up without the use of extra curricular things like steroids or overuse of hormonal therapy. Feel free to do your own research. It’s a scientifically proven fact. So don’t be afraid to go heavier with weights and really push yourself. I promise you the results you get will be worth all that hard work 😉
– 12 Burpees
– 12 Bench Dips
– 12 Incline Bi Curls
– 12 Knee Raise Twists (right) <----I used my ugi ball for additional challenge - 12 Knee Raise Twists (left) <----I used my ugi ball for additional challenge - 12 Chest Flies
– 12 Shoulder Press (standing)
– 12 Back Flies
– 12 Crunches <-----I used my Sandbag for additional challenge - 12 Ab Rollers
– 12 Dip Station Kickouts <-----If you don't have a Dip Station, lay flat on your exercise mat and do leg lifts instead I completed Round One in: 8:15 and Round Two in: 7:46
How’d you do? Were you able to keep up with me or beat my times?
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I always try to view my health as an investment, not an expense.