The 9-Move Circuit Workout That Will Help You Torch Fat Fast

The 9-Move Circuit Workout That Will Help You Torch Fat Fast

If you are a time-pressed person, but you want to lose some weight, then definitely you need to try the nine-move circuit workout created by Hannah Eden, a woman who went to the hell and back, and stayed strong during all that process. This workout is part of Hannah’s 28-Day Fat Torch DVD, which is quite motivational and will make you see the things from another perspective.

The positive things about this circuit is that is not time-consuming and seeks to be performed 3 times a week. Each exercise needs to be performed for 45 seconds only, making as much repetitions as you are willing to do. Pauses of 15 seconds between each exercise are allowed too. Once you are done with once sequence, you need to repeat the same workout for another 20 minutes. If you have more time or you are willing to do some extra exercises, you may practise three more times for 30 or 40 minute sessions plus.

If you decide to buy Hannah’s 28-Day Fat Torch DVD, you will not make a mistake. The same includes instructions about five high-octane routines in a range between 20 minutes up to 40 minutes. Depending how much free time you have during the day, this DVD will help you to adjust the free time for workout.

  1. Crab Kick

Start the exercise by sitting on the floor so that your feet will be in a flat position on the floor. The same need to be on a distance same as the shoulder width. Place your hands facing behind you and under your shoulders. Then lift your hips several inches off the ground. Afterwards, raise your left leg and right hand, driving them to touch as fast as it is possible. Return to the starting position, switch sides, and repeat the same movements with the opposite side. After finishing with both sides, you completed one repetition.

  1. Loaded Bear Crawl to Front Step

Start the exercise by placing your body in a table-top position, so that your wrists will be set under your shoulders. In order to drop your head between your shoulders, sit your hips back to the heels. While you are lifting your left hand off the ground to the shoulder height, lunge forward with your left foot. Return to the starting position, switch sides, and repeat all the movements with the opposite side. After finishing with both sides, you completed one repetition.

  1. Dumbbell Rainbow

Start the exercise by standing on both your feet. The same need to be on a distance same as the hip width. Your knees should be bend slightly. Hold one dumbbell at each of your hands at the thighs level and face your hands to up. Slightly bend your elbows and lift the dumbbells out to the sides and then up so that the same touch above your head. Return to the starting position. As that you have completed one repetition.

  1. Dumbbell High Pull

Start the exercise by standing on both your feet with knees slightly bent. Your feet should be on a hip-width distance. Hold a dumbbell in each of your hands at the level of your thighs, so that your hands will be turned towards your body. In order to pull the weights directly up to the chest level, bend your elbows. Then slightly tilt up the same. Return to the starting position. As that you have completed one repetition.

  1. Bear Crawl Shoulder Tap 

Start the exercise by placing your body in a table-top position. This means that your wrists need to go under your shoulders and your neck should be in a same line with your spine. Then you need to raise your hips so that you may lift your knees off the ground. While you are keeping your core tight, raise your left hand up and touch your shoulder. Return to the starting position, switch sides, and make the same movements with the opposite side. After finishing with both sides, you completed one repetition.

  1. Frog Kick

Start the exercise by placing your body in a push-up position. This means that your wrists need to go under your shoulders and your feet should be on a distance same as your hips. Immediately jump off the ground and drive your knees towards your elbows. Softly return to the starting position. As that you have completed one repetition.

  1. V-Up

Start the exercise by lying down on the floor so that your arms will be above your head. Regarding your legs, the same need to be on the floor. Immediately raise your arms and peel your torso off the ground. At this point you need to lift your legs directing the same towards the ceiling, so that your hands may touch your ankles. Return to the starting position. As that you have completed one repetition.

  1. Dumbbell Thruster

Start the exercise by standing on both your feet. Your feet should be on a distance same as your hip. At each of your hands you need to hold a dumbbell and turn your hands so that will face each other. Your elbows need to be turned forward. In order to lower your body to a squat position, push your hips down and back and bend your knees. In order to stand squeeze your glutes and press your body through the heels. At this point your arms need to be in a straight position. Return to the starting position. As that you have completed one repetition.

  1. Running Lunge

Start the exercise by placing your body in a lunge position. This means that your right foot should be placed forward and your knees to be bend so that will form an angle of 90 degrees. Regarding your left knee, the same should be around one inch off the ground. In order to jump into the air, push through your right foot and drive your left knee towards your chest. Return to the starting position, switch sides, and repeat the same movements with the opposite side too. After finishing with both sides, you completed one repetition.

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