Full Body Circuit

April 14, 2011 at 2:22 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Hey guys, I’m back with a great full body workout.  This one I found on bodybuilding.com when i was looking for some good jump training workouts.  This circuit workout hits all your core muscle groups and it left me feeling great and energized the next day.

As usual, get all your major stretches in for your workout (which is full body so stretch your legs and upper body!).  Here’s the workout:

Burpee Pushups – 1×10

Pullups – 1×10

Alternating Lunge – 1×50, 25 for each leg

Vertical Jump – 1×10

Bench Dip – 1×10

Side by Side Jump Over a Bench – 1×10

Triangle Pushups – 1×10

Hanging Leg Raises – 1×10

Alternating Knee Ups – 1×20, 10 each leg

Crossover Running Plank- 1×20, 10 each leg

For this exercise, do as the picture shows, except cross your knees over under your chest.

Courtesy of dipity.com

Hanging Side Leg Raises – 1×10

Courtesy of elements4health.com

Complete the circuit at least one more time, but up to four more times if you can!

There it is guys, not my typical lifting routine but I think that’s why it left me feeling so great.  A change of pace in workouts is always great to throw some curve balls at your body and see how it responds, chances are you’ll be a healthy sore the next day.  As always, give it a try and give me some feedback!  Also, let me know if you want to see any specific kinds of workouts and I’ll put one up!

PS- weekly wellness challenge update: I slept for about 10 hours last night (felt great), I’ve had about 48 ounces of water today and had a salad for lunch!


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