Weekend WWOD #18 20-Min HIIT Workout (Belly Fat Burner!)

Not only are you burning fat in this workout, you’ll be improving mobility in areas you don’t normally train. Additionally, this workout is metabolic conditioning-based, so you’re getting the benefit of resistance training and HIIT cardio all at once! All you need is two light dumbbells (10-20 lbs), start light and go up in weight if you wanna step it up a notch!

Complete a warm-up (dynamic stretching) before you begin to loosen up, once finished, grab your dumbbells and let the fat burning begin! (Click exercise for video demo!)

2-3 Rounds, 30 seconds each exercise.

Pulse Squat into Curtsy Lunge

V-Sit With Chest Fly

Push-Up to Single-Arm Front Raise

Jumping Jack with Dumbbell

Single-Leg Deadlift into Reverse Lunge (add Bicep Curl During Reverse Lunges!)

DB Rows with Tricep Extension

Glute Bridge with DB Chest Press

Weighted Speed Skaters

Make Today Count.
– Cooper


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  1. Wish I could, but my right knee is always swollen. Did boxing, Mauy thai kickboxing, upper body machines, and bouncing on the upside down Bosu ball to cool down. Love being retired. 🥊🥊

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