20-Minute Equipment-free Full Body AMRAP
This speedy full-body three-move AMRAP routine will burn calories while building strength.
This AMRAP workout is a full-body, intermediate-level circuit training. AMRAP stands for “as many rounds as possible.”
The aim of this workout is to complete as many rounds of the exercises as possible in the given time. You work out for 20 minutes. Do all 3 exercises one after the other. You and your body decide whether you need a break. This workout turns your fat burning on full blast. Set a timer for 20 minutes and get going! Make a note or keep a tally sheet showing how many rounds you complete. Then you can compare your results each time to see how you’re improving.
Make sure you are doing each exercise cleanly.
And don’t forget to warm up well before you start training. Have fun with our workout.
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Close Grip Push Ups
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