The Multi-Joint Circuit Workout Routine for your total body will help you to get in shape in no time! Multi-joint workout routines offer many benefits. Not only are you working multiple muscle groups in a single exercise, your heart and body have to supply oxygen and nutrients to many different parts of your body. When you first do this multi-joint workout routine, it will be a tough 20 minutes… But over time, your body will adapt and you will become more efficient in performing multiple joint exercises.

Finally, performing occasional multi-joint workout routines will help you get past a plateau, or failure to advance in certain exercises.

Personally, I often perform this particular multi-joint workout routine because you know that you are not neglecting any particular muscle in your body. I love this workout and I am sure that you will too 😉

Multi-Joint Circuit Workout Routine


Perform each exercise for 90 seconds. Take a one-minute break then repeat.

Hit this 20-minute workout routine hard today! If you are using a heavy weight to build muscle, move at a slower pace. If you are using a lighter weight, you may go at a faster pace to build endurance.

You will feel so good after this one.

Click on each exercise to view an instructional video.

One of the best multi-joint exercises you can do for a warm up.

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

Take your time and focus on technique. A great exercise to improve your coordination.

Muscles Worked: Biceps, glutes, quadriceps, hamstrings, core muscles.

Make sure you extend your shoulders all the way up!

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

Hold for as long as you can during the 90 seconds. If you can already do this, place a 5-10 lb. weight on your back for extra resistance.

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

A great way to work your shoulders an lower extremity at the same time.

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

Don’t forget to repeat the circuit!

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