Hey there everyone! I have a challenging Full Body Circuit Workout for you this week for the Home Workout of the Week. It’s going to work all of the major muscle groups as well as your core and because there is no rest between the exercises, you will be getting a great cardiovascular workout as well. The goal is to do all 8 exercises in a row before taking a rest but you may need to work up to that point so do what you can and take a rest if you’re not feeling well!
Last week I showed you a lower body and core workout for the Home Workout of the Week. I’m sure your legs and abs were burning from that workout so this week it’s time to hit the muscles of the upper body!
A lot of these exercises (especially pushups) can strain the rotator cuff muscles which are important in shoulder movements and in maintaining shoulder joint stability so please make sure you are properly warmed up with lots of arm movement before attempting this workout.
Work hard and have fun! Let me know if you have any questions.
I have aLower Body/Core workout for you to try for this week’s Home Workout of the Week.Make sure you are well warmed up before trying this routine as it is fairly challenging.This workout includes plyometric training so if you are not used to jumping or if you have knee or back problems then please regress the movements until you feel you are strong enough to handle them.
This Lower Body/Core workout will help with your balance and explosive power as well as increasing your muscle strength and the amount of calories burned.For an extra challenge, try holding on to some dumbbells if you have some.
Hello there, I am starting a new series of blogs called Home Workout of the Week to help you on your fitness journey. Each week I will have a new workout routine for you to try with links to video demonstrations for each exercise. If you have been following my Home Exercise of the Week series then you will recognize these exercises and I will show you how to incorporate them in to a workout routine.
If you have any questions at all please leave a comment on the blog or contact me directly. Just remember – if something doesn’t feel right or you are experiencing pain other than normal muscle burn, please discontinue the exercise and move on to the next one.
Ok so give this weeks workout a try and let me know how you do! You can add some weights to this routine if you have some or just use your body weight for resistance.
Full Body Workout
Superset 1 (a superset is 2 or more exercises performed back to back with no rest)