It’s called the Total-Body Muscle Tremor, and it lives up to its name.
Video Credits: Men’s Health Website
Metabolic resistance training is one of the best ways to get lean—especially if you follow a 50-10 circuit.
The Total-Body Muscle Tremor, shown in the video above, does just that. You have 6 movements that work your whole body. Then you cycle through the movements, one after the other, performing 50 seconds of work followed by 10 seconds of rest. (For more fast-and-furious body-shredding routines like this one, check out THE 21-DAY METASHRED from Men’s Health.)
Alternating between non-competitive exercises allows you to keep the rest short to maximize intra-workout calorie burn.
And by using resistance training exercises instead of classic cardio options, there’s a large muscular and oxygen demand which will also elevate your post-workout metabolism.
Here’s a list of all the muscles this short workout hits:
- 1. Goblet drop squat: lower body, core, and upper back
- 2. Changing-grip pushup: chest, triceps, shoulders, and core
- 3 and 4. Reverse lunge dumbbell transfer: legs and hips
- 5. Row morning: back, glutes, and hamstrings
- 6. Rolling guard: core and active recovery
Do 3 to 5 rounds of this circuit for an 18 to 30-minute routine that shreds fat and leaves every muscle shaking (in a good way, of course)
Source: Men’s Health Website
Source: “The 18-Minute Workout That Hits Every Last Muscle In Your Body” by: B.J Gaddour