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10 Minute full body home workout

10-Minute Full Body Home Workout to Make You Sweat Buckets

Did you know a 10-minute workout can make you sweat buckets? Not only that, but this extraordinary workout will also keep your body in fat-burning mode all day if you do it in the morning.

The truth is not all short workouts are created equal. This one offers superior results because it targets the big muscle groups and it’s intense and challenging.

As it is the case with all my workouts, this one has unique exercises you won’t find in other home workouts. These unique exercises are fun and activate different muscle groups.

Note that you may not sweat if you take long rests between sets. Therefore, stick to the recommended rest period.

Watch the demonstrations below the video to learn proper form for each exercise. And remember to do a full range of motion.

10-Minute Full Body Home Workout

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Here’s a breakdown of the 10-minute full body home workout to make you sweat buckets:

Diagonal Mountain Climbers – 30 Seconds

Plank Tap Butt Kicks – 30 Seconds

Plank Knee Drives – 30 Seconds

Rest 30 Seconds

Side Plank Hip Raises – 30 Seconds (Each Side)

Renegade Rows with Triceps Kickback – 30 Seconds

Rest 30 Seconds

Floor Tap Arm Swings – 30 Seconds

Lateral Lunge with Knee Drive – 30 Seconds (Each Side)

Rest 30 Seconds

Floor Tap Lateral Jumps – 30 Seconds

Bent Over Pop Lateral Raise – 30 Seconds

Arm Circles – 30 Seconds

Rest 30 Seconds

Spider Lunge with Knee Drive – 30 Seconds (Each Side)

Lateral Hops – 30 Seconds

Diagonal Mountain Climbers

You probably know that mountain climbers are amazing. But the regular variation only targets your rectus abdominis while this one targets both your rectus abdominis and oblique muscles.

Remember that mountain climbers also strengthen your arms and shoulders. Perform this exercise as fast as you can.

How to do Diagonal Mountain Climbers

Plank Shoulder Taps to Butt Kicks

You can make plank shoulder taps more challenging by adding butt kicks to them. Simply tap both shoulders, then kick your butt with both feet (one after the other), and then tap the shoulders again.

Keep your body aligned in a straight line by tightening your ab and butt muscles.

How to do Plank Shoulder Taps to Butt Kicks

Plank Knee Drives

This phenomenal exercise doesn’t get the credit it deserves because it’s a low-intensity exercise. But if you perform it properly, it’ll tone your abs, arms, and shoulders.

Slightly curve your back as you tuck in your knee and then squeeze your ab muscles as much as possible.

How to do Plank Knee Drives

Side Plank Hip Raises

Many of us know that the side plank builds oblique muscles. Well, this variation activates your oblique muscles more.

Simply get in the side plank position and rest your hips on the floor. Slowly raise your hips as high as possible and squeeze your oblique muscles before lowering your hips back to starting position.

how to do Side Plank Crunches

Renegade Row with Triceps Kickback

This incredible exercise mainly targets your triceps, abs, and shoulders. Firstly, make sure your body is aligned in a straight line.

Secondly, squeeze your triceps every time you extend your hand. Note that keeping your feet apart will improve your upper body stability.

How to do Renegade Row with Triceps Kickback

Floor Tap Arm Swings

Floor tap arm swings are one of the best full body exercises you can do. Simply squat, then tap the floor with both hands, and then raise your hands over your head as you rise.

Squat properly by keeping your back straight and making sure your knees don’t extend past the toes.

How to do Floor Tap Arm Swings

Lateral Lunge with Knee Drive

This little-known exercise targets your arms, legs, and abs. It will also improve your balance and flexibility.

It’s important to tighten your abs when you tuck your knee. Also, keep your back straight throughout to avoid back pain.

How to do Lateral Lunge with Knee Drive

Floor Tap Lateral Jumps

Unlike most jumping exercises, this one doesn’t put a lot of pressure on the joints so you can perform it even if you’re out of shape.

Move as fast as you can while maintaining proper form and keep your back straight.

How to do Floor Tap Lateral Jumps

Bend Over Pop Lateral Raises

This unique exercise builds strength and coordination. To perform it properly, you should keep your knees slightly bent, torso leaning forward, heels off the floor, and the back straight.

Simply raise your hands sideways every time you spread your feet apart.

How to do Bend Over Pop Lateral Raises

Arm Circles

Arm circles mainly target your shoulder muscles. Spread your arms sideways keep them parallel to the floor then start doing circles.

Spider Lunge with Knee Drive

This is one of the most intense full-body exercises you’ll ever do. It targets all the muscles in your body and boosts your cardiovascular endurance.

Speed is important when performing this exercise. Move as fast as possible while maintaining proper form.

How to do Spider Lunge with Knee Drive

Lateral Hops

Lateral hops mainly target the stubborn calf muscles. Note that you have to keep your heels off the floor to activate your calves and reduce the impact on your joints.

How to Do Lateral Hops

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