by Katie Barnes
Train Right for Time
Knowing the benefits of exercise are found in committing to a consistent, well-rounded training routine, what types of movement give the best results when time is limited?
In order to maintain general muscle and fitness conditioning, make sure that every session covers alternating cardio and strength movements like jump rope, bicep dumbbell curls, step-ups and seated tricep dips. Follow with jumping jacks, mid-back rowing, jogging in place, pushups or lying bench press with a weighted bar. Do 10-20 repetitions of each exercise twice, without more than a 10-second break. Finish with step-ups, dumbbell shoulder press, jumping lunges and core work for the back and abdominals. Spend five minutes stretching and connecting to your breathing, knowing that you just did a full body workout!
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