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The Best and Shortest Workout You’ll Ever Do

Don’t let the title of the article fool you, this workout is intense.

The right moves can help you get an effective whole body workout that will improve your endurance, strength, power and flexibility.

This workout consists of only 3 moves. If you’re a short of time, you can do a mini version of the workout routine.

The Workout

Warm up on a cardio machine or take a 6-8 minutes jog. After you’re done with it, do each exercise given below. Rest between sets for 15 seconds. Aim to do at least 3 rounds of the circuit.

Exercise 1- Deadlift


Stand up straight, holding a 35-45 pound barbell in front of your thighs. Your hands should be a bit wider than your shoulders. Keep your shoulders pulled back and down and your chest lifted. Bent your knees, reach your hips back and let the bar slide down your legs. As the bar passes your knees, lower your hips into a squat position. Take a 2 second break, press into your heels and stand up. Do 15 repetitions.

Exercise 2- T Pushup


Hold a 5-pound dumbbell in each hand and start at the top of a push up position. Lower towards the floor by bending your elbows and end when your chest are 4-6 inches from the floor. Press to raise back up. Rotate your right side of your body so you’ll open to the right. Pull your right hand into your torso and turn both feet- your toes should be forward with feet flexed. Once you’re stable, push the right hand over your right shoulder. Bring your arm back to pushup position and repeat, rotating to the left side. Do 5 repetitions.

Exercise3- Runner’s lunge to knee skip


Stand with your feet together. Take a huge step backward with the left leg and land in a runner’s lunge with right knee over the right ankle and fingertips on the floor. Forcefully press into your right foot. Drive the left knee towards your chest using your arms for help. Jump as high as you can and land on your right foot. Step back with the left leg to end in the lunge. Repeat the move on the same side for 10 reps and then do 10 reps on the other side.

Source: womenshealthmag.com