Begin each workout with a 5-minute cardio warmup. You can do jumping jacks, climb stairs, pedal a stationary bike, or even vacuum your house. Anything to get your blood pumping!
Perform all 8 exercises, one after the other with as little rest as possible between each one.
If you're a beginner, you can call it a day.
If you've been exercising, try two rounds.
If you're pretty advanced, try three rounds.
What a workout like this can do for you.
Full body strength training workouts with an emphasis on core like the one you see above offer a myriad of benefits. Whenever you strength train, you stimulate your muscle tissue which helps increase your strength as well as your metabolism. When you do lots of movements that involve your core, you will reduce your risk of injury and of back pain.
Workouts like this also do wonders for your mood! Strength training has a positive impact on levels of depression and anxiety for most people. Furthermore, when you perform the movements rapidly from one to the next, circuit-style, you will find that your heart rate becomes elevated and you can gain a cardio effect as well. Cardio is another type of exercise that does wonders for mood.
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