Bedroom Body™ Total Body Circuit Workout

by Angie Miller

Angie Miller

Body confidence comes from knowing, trusting, and understanding your body and its true potential. Body confidence goes deeper than that which the eye can see, it touches your heart and gets to the core of how you carry and represent yourself to the world. It helps you to not only accept, but also embrace your body and all that it is capable of achieving. Best of all, body confidence transfers into everyday life and a little confidence goes a long way. Confidence gives you moxie and helps you go after your goals. It allows you to set standards that help you live an empowered life. The key is to keep your body moving and keep challenging any self-imposed limits!

 

Circuit Workout

This circuit workout challenges your heart and keeps your brain and body active. Each of the eight exercises is a compound, multi-joint exercise that recruits multiple muscle groups, burns calories more efficiently, and gives you a time efficient, total body workout.

Complete all eight exercises just as they’re listed, then start again and go through the circuit three times for an amazing, full body challenge.

  • Exercise #1: Kettlebell Swings
Muscles Targeted: Full Body
Repetitions: 4 Double Arm Swings; 4 Single Arm Swings each arm
  • Exercise #2: Kettlebell Cleans
Muscles Targeted: Full Body
Repetitions:  4 Cleans each arm
  • Exercise #3: Kettlebell Rows
Muscles Targeted: Back
Repetitions: 8 Rows on each arm
  • Exercise #4: Alternating Reverse Lunges
Muscles Targeted: Legs & Glutes
Repetitions: 4 Alternating Lunges, 4 Stationary Lunges each leg
  • Exercise #5: Squats
Muscles Targeted: Legs & Glutes
Repetitions: 8 Total
  • Exercise #6: Power Squats
Muscles Targeted: Legs, Glutes & Cardio
Repetitions: 8 Total
  • Exercise #7: Push Ups
Muscles Targeted: Chest & Core Stabilizers
Repetitions: 4-8 Total
  • Exercise #8: Glute Extensions (Also known as Hip Thrust & Glute Bridge)
Muscles Targeted: Glutes & Hamstrings
Repetitions: 8 Total

OWN BEDROOM BODY HERE!!!

Best in Health~

Angie Miller, M.S., is a fitness educator, university instructor, and Licensed Professional Counselor who blends her skills and expertise to empower individuals, mentally and physically, and provide them the tools they need to succeed. A veteran group exercise instructor and personal trainer, Angie is the star of acclaimed exercise DVD’s, including the Bedroom Body™ workout. Her passion for progressive education brought her to Northern Illinois University, where she teaches in the Dept. of Kinesiology & Physical Education. Outside of the university, she presents at fitness conventions worldwide and leads industry trainings as an AFAA Certification Specialist and Kettlebell Concepts Master Instructor. Angie writes for fitness journals and digital communities, and blogs for Collage Video. Connect with Angie at: http://www.angiemillerfitness.com

 

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