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Beginner to Advanced Bodyweight Circuit

hAre you tired of waiting for the equipment you want in the gym during rush hours? Annoyed with those obnoxious fat burner commercials that promise rapid transformation and deliver stomach issues and a slow metabolism? Though I am an avid gym fanatic, I do believe the gym can be overrated at times. So let’s get one thing straight: you don’t need fancy gym memberships and fat burners to get the lean physique you’ve always wanted. All you need is an effective workout and healthy nutrition, consistency and hard work. Nothing in life worth having comes free!

Take this workout that I’ve written just for those people who find the gym daunting or demanding. This killer workout uses gravity in your favor, utilizing your own bodyweight to target several muscle groups at once, and it’s suitable for everyone from beginners to those with a screaming inner athlete. The idea is to use resistance exercises back to back with high intensity cardio to build muscle and burn fat to sculpt your ideal athletic physique. Keep up the energy and move from one exercise to another very quickly and hit your plyometric exercises with maximum intensity.

Whether you utilize this bodyweight workout at home, outside, or in the gym, remember that dedication, consistency, and hard work mixed with the proper nutrition will always deliver lean results. I am always ready to fuel post workout with a Sunwarrior Warrior Blend recovery shake plus an extra five grams of glutamine. It helps my muscles recover and repair so I can work out smarter, not harder!

  • bodyweight_workout_exercise_sweat_muscle_effort_picBegin with the first two exercises and do as many reps as you can in 60 seconds without resting in between.
  • Take 30–60 seconds to rest then begin the next two exercises and continue until each superset is completed.
  • Repeat the whole circuit three times.
  • Perform this full-body workout every other day, four times a week for four weeks.
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