Jumping jacks start your routine. This equipment-free motion will elevate your heart rate and prepare you for your workout.
This workout targets your quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes, chest, shoulders, and core.
Renegade rows work your back, biceps, core, quadriceps, shoulders, and triceps.
The single-arm dumbbell chest press works your pecs, shoulders, and triceps unilaterally and requires core engagement to prevent twisting.
Mountain climbers provide a mid-circuit cardiac boost. After a strength workout, the body position needs continuous chest, shoulder, and triceps engagement.
The overhead walking lunge works your shoulders, core, hamstrings, quadriceps, and glutes.
Push-ups will exhaust your chest, triceps, shoulders, and core after this exercise. To make the workout easier, kneel or move near a wall.
Rainbow smashes with a medicine ball are a last upper-body and core-focused workout. Use a wall ball or other low-bounce medical ball.