No time? No problem! Try this quick Fat-Burner!


I’ll
plough through this real quick to show you your SHORT and SWEET kick-a**
workout today!
We’re
going to cover your chest, back, arms, and push those legs pass their comfort
level to chisel them into shape, all while getting your cardio in to boot!
Keep
in mind, there are only 3 exercises and I’m showing them real quick, but you
have to complete each exercise for 10 reps, and repeat the entire sequence five
rounds. Take a 30-60 second break between rounds.
**PLEASE
NOTE:
Beginners,
don’t worry, I’ll also provide you with an idea on how to modify the workout if
you’re somewhat new to this. So if you don’t have a BOSU ball, don’t worry. You
can use a stool or a step, anything that doesn’t move and will give you some
elevation to assist you. The BOSU is meant to add challenge to the workout as
it is an unstable surface. 🙂 

When
performing the bent over 2-arm row, remember to keep your back neutral, abs
braced, knees slightly bent, and please, use a pair of weights that is
challenging enough that you want to grunt on your last 2 reps.
2017-05-23T19:26:40-04:00January 27th, 2017|Fat-Burn Workouts|

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2 Comments

  1. Asifur Rahman February 11, 2017 at 1:55 pm - Reply

    nice

  2. Julie Smith February 27, 2017 at 4:21 pm - Reply

    That was so short and sweet, but what a workout! Thanks Penny! I've been slowly losing weight during the last 6 months and to top it, I've just had to do the 3 Day Military diet 2 weeks ago for my last excess 7 pounds. Yup, I've done it and this is why I'm raring to do some fierce exercise to maintain my new body! Love it and thanks to your blog, I've been motivated to do more. I've also learned a lot about portion control and calorie counting in the military diet so I'm sharing how to do portion sizes in the diet. See: http://3daysmilitarydiet.com/faq/portion-sizes.html

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