Burn 2X MORE Calories With This 10 Minute Fat-Melting Workout

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Hey guys, it’s Naveed with Insane Home Fat Loss here to hit you with my 10 minute calorie incinerator cardio workout!

First, I’ve got to make it clear that you don’t need a lot of time to fit in a fat-blasting workout. You just need the right moves, which I have conveniently pulled together for you into one 10-minute, ultra intense routine.

This routine consists of full body exercises that recruit more working muscles within a given movement, which in turn will burn up to 2x MORE calories in comparison to your traditional treadmill or elliptical cardio workouts – Performing the exercises with high intensity and at a rapid pace will boost cardiovascular endurance and maximize fat-burning and caloric expenditure.

Follow the prescribed number of reps for each exercise in succession, moving from one to the next without rest in between. Once you’ve finished the last exercise in the circuit series, rest for 1-2 minutes and repeat the entire series 2 more times. For advanced participants, challenge yourself by seeing how many full circuits you can complete within 10 minutes!

Are you guys ready to slay some calories? Let’s get after it!

Workout Breakdown:

Complete as many rounds as you can within 10 minutes:

1.) 10 Tuck Jumps (explosive lower body power, shapely legs): Standing with the knees slightly bent, jump up as high as possible and bring the knees in toward the chest while extending the arms straight out. Land with the knees slightly bent and repeat.
2.) 10 down down up up planks (sculpting arms/core): Start in a modified plank position on your forearms, palms facing down. ‘Walk’ your left hand in, placing it under your shoulder and pressing your body up. Walk your right hand in so that you end up in a full plank position with both arms straight.
3.) 10 jumping lunges (stability/coordination): Beginning in a staggered stance lunge position, propel yourself off the floor into the alternating position with the initial lead foot now landing behind the body and the initial back leg now positioned as the lead – repeat.
4.) 10 burpees (full-body conditioning): One of the most effective full-body exercises around, this one starts out in a low squat position with hands on the floor. Next, kick the feet back to a push-up position, complete one push-up, then immediately return the feet to the squat position. Leap up as high as possible before squatting and moving back into the push-up portion of the show.

2:08 – Starting round 1 with 10 tuck jumps, let’s go.

3:32 – At a minute and a half, that’s the end of round 1.

3:57 – A brief breather, now let’s get after round 2.

6:23 – I’m feeling it but I’ll prevail – Game on, round 3.

8:10 – Now I’ve got 4 minutes left… I am pretty taxed but I think I can pull it together for one more round!

9:01 – I’ve got it in me to do half of the reps for one more full round…

13:40 – Be sure to record how many circuits you completed as well as the time it took to do so – Make it a personal goal to increase the circuits you complete within the 10 or 15 minute time frame…

14:28 – For more tips, workouts and nutrition advice keep it locked at Insane Home Fat Loss… See ya there!

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Thanks again for tuning in, guys – I love when I see all of the positive feedback from the killer results that you all have been experiencing by using some of these workouts. Before I got into fitness, I was always searching for the most effective ways to become a better athlete as well as rock a stellar six pack – and after all of these years, I’ve finally developed the ultimate way to do just that.

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Peace

-Naveed

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