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15 Minute Fat Blaster Workout Routine

By on December 10, 2012
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Looking for a great way to amp up your exercise routine and add effective activity to ANY busy schedule? This can be completed in as little as 13 minutes depending on your fitness level. It’s a total body workout and will target the arms, abs and legs as well as increasing your heart rate for cardiovascular benefits! It’s so quick, you can knock it out first thing in the morning before you hit the shower and star your day while adding at least 90 minutes of activity to your week. Remember that if you need to modify any of the exercises until you’re comfortable doing them, that’s perfectly acceptable. Just be sure to concentrate on your form and if you need to work up to being able to complete the full amount of repetitions, please listen to your body. If you’re unsure of how safe these exercises may be for you personally, consult your physician prior to starting this routine!

  • 30 jumping jacks
  • 10 burpees
  • 20 squats
  • 30 crunches
  • 5 sets of 10 standing calf raises with a 10-second raise held between each
  • 30 mountain climbers
  • 10 pushups
  • 15 seated dips
  • 100 jumping rope
  • 20 lunges
  • 10 8-count  body-builders
  • 30 vertical crunches
  • 30 standing opposite elbow to knee crunches (each side – total of 60)
  • 40 Mason twists (each side – total of 80)
  • 20 squat jumps
  • 30 mountain climbers (2nd set)
  • 30-second wall sit

Here is a video to help you out with each exercise!

Feel free to modify exercises as needed until you build your strength and endurance or increase the intensity according to your current fitness level. This entire workout can be done prior to your morning shower or prior to your evening bath! If you’re looking for a great way to work in a half hour of exercise a few times a week, do this cycle once in the morning and once at night or repeat it for a 30 minute workout all at once.

What are YOUR favorite exercises? Do you have any tricks that have proven effective for working high quality activity into limited free time? I’d love to hear your tips :)

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