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Trainer's Circuit Workout

I'm a Trainer, and This Total-Body Workout Will Help You Build Muscle and Improve Endurance

As much as I like structure and having a plan when I go to the gym, sometimes I just freestyle my workout. That's exactly how this workout was born. I knew I wanted a strength element, but I didn't want to do typical lifts. Instead, I came up with three moves that would work my entire body and fatigue my muscles. The moves alone are simple, but the intensity and addition of minimal rest make this workout mentally and physically challenging.

How to Do the Three-Move Circuit

Before getting started be sure to warm up. Here's the warmup I like to do. Take little to no rest in between each exercise and two to three minutes of rest in between each set. Complete four sets; this can be modified if necessary.

Be sure to watch the video above to see how to perform each move.

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