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Fall Back into Fitness Day 4: Strength Circuits

Fall Back into Fitness Day 4: Strength Circuits
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Day four of the Fall Back into Fitness Event is circuit training. Circuit training refers to a series of resistance training exercises performed in a circuit fashion,  with little to no rest in between.

In the workout video, I’ll take you through circuits that include multi-muscle moves like squat curl to presses, deadlifts, pushups and more exercises designed to keep your heart rate up while you sculpt your entire body. We’ll use a heavier set and a lighter set of dumbbells. I’ll offer modifications throughout the routine that use a sturdy chair, so feel free to adjust it to meet your needs and current fitness level.

Prefer to do your own thing? Awesome! Schedule 20–60 minutes of your favorite circuit-style, total-body strength-training workout.

Log this workout in your MyFitnessPal app as “CIRCUIT TRAINING, GENERAL”

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Hey, Team! Let us know once you’ve completed your workout today! Tell us about it in the comments below, or tag us in your social media check-ins  #MFPFallIntoFitness @myfitnesspal so we can cheer you on!


FALL BACK INTO FITNESS

> Fall Back Into Fitness Pledge

> Day 3: Interval Cardio and Core

> Day 5: Total Stretch


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