You can burn a lot of fat in 600 seconds… How? The 10-Minute Total Body Circuit Workout Routine will help you get it in.

However, the fat cells in your body are telling you that “a 10-minute total body circuit workout routine won’t even wake us up. We aren’t going anywhere! Besides, it has been a long day and you need rest.”

Don’t believe them.

With the 10-Minute Total Body Circuit Workout Routine, you will burn calories, exercise your cardiovascular system, improve your muscle strength and relieve stress that has accumulated in your body throughout the day. Of course, if you have the time to exercise for 20 or 30 minutes, a 20-minute workout or 250 or 500 rep workout will provide more benefit. However, there are days when you just can’t make it happen, and that’s okay.

Find 600 seconds out of the total 86,400 seconds in a day to recharge your batteries.

10-Minute Total Body Circuit Workout


Perform as many repetitions for each exercise as you can for 1 minute.

Do as many steps in place as you can for one minute.

Muscles Worked: Total body warmup/cardiovascular exercise.

Pump it… One minute.

Muscles Worked:Shoulders, triceps, biceps, quadriceps, glutes, hamstrings.

One minute of twists!

Muscles Worked: Abdominal muscles, back muscles.

Hold for 1 minute. Keep your hands off your legs!

Muscles Worked: Quadriceps, glutes, core muscles.

Keep your abs tight here.

Muscles Worked: Biceps, core muscles.

Burn those legs for the full minute!

Muscles Worked: Calves

A classic upper body exercise. Be strong and do as many as you can!

Muscles Worked: Pectorals, triceps, biceps, shoulders.

Keep your back as straight as possible. Abs tight for the full minute.

Muscles Worked: Shoulders, pectoral muscles, trapezius, core muscles.

Burn the backs of those arms!

Muscles Worked: Triceps.

Last one! Hold it tight!

Muscles Worked: Abdominal muscles, back muscles, lower leg muscles, triceps.

Done! Good work!

(If you have the time and energy, why not do another round for a total of 20 minutes?)

Nice work! Post your time below to track your time on Facebook and encourage others!

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