One Hour Workouts

  • Biceps and Chest

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    Wednesday Workout Resistance Tube

  • Jack

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    Do in a circuit. Perform one exercise and immediately move on to the next. Complete 2-3 circuits.

  • Full Body Fat Loss Workout for Women

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    For the advanced beginner to intermediate level fitness buff. Start with just 2 sets and advance to 3 sets as tolerated. This full body workout which targets female fat storage areas should take no more than 35 minutes to complete. Adjust weights as...

  • Full Body Workout in 45 Minutes

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    This full-body workout requires no equipment, though you may want a yoga mat to make it more comfortable for your bony parts. It takes about 45 minutes, so warm-up before hand with a walk or any activity to increase your heartrate. Increase reps to 15...

  • Pre-Season Football Workout

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    For football players, training before group practice starts is essential for injury prevention and key to starting off the season on a great foot. Pre-season football workouts should include cardiovascular work, strength-training and balance work. Start...

  • Beginner Strength Training

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    Workout is designed to be a full-body strength training workout, with many modifications to compensate for lack of overall upper body strength.

  • Upper Body Workout-Free Weight Circuit

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    Machine circuit for the upper body. Two sets of each exercise done to exhaustion and done very slowly.

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  • Full Body in an Hour

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    You can complete this workout in an hour or less at your gym. It is designed to piggyback 2 exercises at a time, alternating between upper body and lower body to give you active rest breaks. This gives one muscle group a chance to recover while another...

  • On the Ball

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    You only need a ball to do this full body workout. If you don't have a ball, you can use a chair or the floor.

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