20-Minute Full Body Efficiency Workout (Video)
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Super excited to share my very first full-length 20 minute full body efficiency workout with you today.
It’s time to get out of our heads and into our bodies (and have some fun along the way)!
Besides, my 20-minute efficiency-workouts are the most effective way to train, they require NO equipment at all and are giving you the freedom to train anywhere and everywhere, like with me in your living room.
Perfect for busy boss ladies, who have other shit to do, yet still want to take good care of their health, body, and well-being.
It’s my very first full-time workout in front of the camera and I really, really hope you’ll like it.
The workout is an intense, yet doable full body workout. No worries, if you haven’t been working out for a while, I show easier moves as well.
Sooooo, no room for any excuses here 😉 The feeling afterwards will be priceless, I can promise you that!
Besides, it’s also fun to see that I’m only human and sweating and swearing as well. 😉
Let’s get started!
To warm up, do 30 seconds of high knees or marching on the spot, then rest for 20 seconds. Repeat for a total of three rounds. After warming up, you’ll be ready for the workout.
Here’s How To Do It
Together we’ll do 4 full body exercises. Each exercise we’ll perform for 6 rounds of 20-second intervals. We’ll be working as hard as we possibly can on the 20-second intervals, then resting on the other 20 second ones, in total we’ll do that for 6 rounds.
As always, I like to keep it simple. For this workout, you only need an exercise mat and some motivation.
What To Expect
I’ll explain each exercise in detail in the video.
- Reverse Burpee with a twist (Easier version: Burpee with push up on knees)
- Overhead lunge with pulse
- Plank hold with site tab (Easier version: Plank hold)
- Up and Down Plank (Easier version: Push-up hold with alternating arm extension).
As this is my very first full length workout – I’d love to hear your feedback! Would you like me to do more of them? Are you planning to do the workout? Did you enjoy it? Were the moves ok for you to do? Any further questions and/or feedback?
Simply leave a comment below the video. Thanks a bunch!
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