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5 Moves for a Quick Circuit Workout

circuit-workout-585Moms are limited on time. But 20 minutes is all you need for this quick circuit workout. Stacy Berman of Stacy’s Bootcamp has designed this simple workout that requires no special equipment—just yourself. FBG Jenn demonstrates the moves.

5 Moves for a Quick Circuit Workout

On the top of the wish lists of moms around the world is getting back into pre-baby shape. But with children to care for, careers in or out of the house and the chores of everyday life, time is limited. Fret no more as I have put together a 20-minute workout that can be done anywhere, without any equipment to get you your fit bottom!

Each exercise is to be done for one minute and the circuit should be done four times. In 20 minutes, you’ll work all the muscles in the body while burning lots of fat and calories.

20-Minute Circuit Workout

Inner Thigh Squat

Works: quads, butt, hamstring, inner/outer thighs

inner thigh squat

  • Start in a standing position with the feet wider than shoulder width apart and toes turned out.
  • Slowly bend the knees so that your thighs are parallel to the floor.
  • Try to touch the floor with the hands by bending the knees, not leaning forward.
  • Avoid allowing the upper body to tip forward.
  • Squeeze through the heels of the feet and squeeze your butt on the way up.

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1 Comment
  1. Darlene says:

    I really like how concise your instructions are, makes it easy to follow the exercise. There is one thing that concerns me though: have you heard of diastasis? It’s a condition that affects a lot of women, especially those who are moms! It’s when the abdominal muscels seperate and can’t support the organs properly and you get that mommy pouch that we all try so hard to get rid of. Crunches and plank exercises (like this one) put pressure on that connective tissue and further seperate the abs causing more problems! Yikes! Check out the tuppler technique (http://www.diastasisrehab.com/) for some info or just google diastasis. If you want some better exercises, or to check to see if you have it, go to fit2b.us and find her tummy safe path and there’s a video that shows you how to check yourself.

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