We all live a busy life, I get it... However, it doesn't mean that you shouldn't train. Make exercise priority and schedule in other events around it. Exercise is so important for your health and well-being.

If you want a workout that targets your entire body and that ensure you burn a lot of calories, try this full body blaster. It's time to work that body!!!

Full Body Blaster Nina Silic on Friday, 19 February 2016

Full body blast

6 Rounds
45 seconds each exercise
Rest 1 minute between rounds
Try not to rest between exercises but take rest if you need to go hard on each exercise. 

  • Squats
  • Incline push-ups
  • Bunny hops
  • Weighted step-ups
  • Triceps dips
  • Bench leg raises

Squats - Place your feet shoulder-width apart, grabbing a plate or dumbbell resting it against your chest. Bring your hips back and bend your knees so that you come down in a squat position. You can have a bench or a chair behind you to ensure you go down far enough. Drive up through your heels, squeezing your glutes until you come back to the starting position.

Incline push-up - Place your hands slightly further than shoulder-width apart on a bench or a chair. Just make sure they won't slip or tip over. Lower your chest down by bending your elbows. Push yourself up to the starting position.


Bunny hops - Place your hands towards the end of the bench with both feet on one side. Carefully hop over the bench to land on the other side. Continue to jump back and forth over the bench.

Weighted step-ups - Hold a plate or a dumbbell and lest it rest against your chest. Place one foot on a bench or a chair and step up whilst bringing the opposite leg up towards your chest. Step down and repeat on the same leg for the entire 45 seconds before switching sides.

Triceps dips - Sit on a bench with both feet on the same side and place your hands next to your hips as displayed. Move your body outside the edge of the bench whilst holding your body up using your arms. Lower your body down towards the floor until your elbows are about 90 degrees. Push your body up until your arms are straight again.

Bench leg raises - Lie face up on a bench or the floor. Grasp sides of the bench or behind your head for support. Raise legs by flexing hips while flexing knees until hips are fully flexed. Continue to raise knees toward shoulders by flexing waist, raising hips from board. Return until waist, hips and knees are extended. Repeat.