Sweating

This 10-Minute Fitness Quickie Will Leave You Dripping in Sweat

6 monthes ago   |   By PopSugar

When you only have 10 minutes to work out, you have to bring your all! That's why we added some plyo moves to this short sweat sesh. Don't worry, you'll work your arms and your abs as well as your legs.
Full-Body Workout
Equipment needed: None
Directions: After warming up with two minutes of light cardio , perform each exercise for 45 seconds, keeping good form, before moving to the next. Repeat the circuit twice through.
Exercises:
Side skater
Lunge hop
Oblique mountain climber
Tabletop crunch with reach
Seated Russian twist with punch
Keep reading for a detailed description of each of...
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