Sculpted Thighs AMRAP Workout

Sculpted Thighs AMRAP Workout

Guys, I am OBSESSED! I have found a style of training that gets you in and out of the gym in 30-minutes but gives you the results of working out for 1+ hours. Okay, so maybe I didn’t come up with it from scratch. It’s a type of training that has been around for a while. But I finally made it the bulk of my workouts and it works! It’s a combination of HIIT and strength training and it’s called AMRAP or “As Many Reps As Possible.”

AMRAP is exactly as it sounds. You try to get in as many reps of a set of exercises in a designated amount of time. This is the perfect equation for a short workout that leaves you drenched. And you know I’m not kidding if you follow me on Snapchat (@lifeinspandex) or Instagram and have seen my post-workout selfies. I’m a sweaty mess.

I love using AMRAP on one of my two lower body days. I’ve noticed a change in both the shape and size of my legs switching from traditional strength training to AMRAP. I see more definition and I feel strong as hell. Needless to say, I’m in love.

This workout is designed to burn fat, boost your metabolism, and sculpt your thighs. An added bonus – you’ll burn 3-5 times as many calories for up to 3 hours after you’re done working and and lift and shape your cute booty! There’s no equipment needed in this home workout. Complete the allotted amount of reps for each exercise back-to-back. Repeating the whole circuit as many times as possible in 5 to 7 minutes. If you need to take breaks, that’s ok! Keep the timer going. Each week try to shorten your rests. Time to turn on some Beyonce. You got this!

Sculpted Thighs AMRAP Workout

What’s your favorite training style? Tell me in the comment box below!

Health and happiness,

Emily

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29 thoughts on “Sculpted Thighs AMRAP Workout

  1. We do the superwoman in my piloxing class. I have been out of the gym. I was in a car accident on Saturday leaving a wedding and my should is all screwed up πŸ™ my physical therapist said I could start back as long as I take it easy and avoid arm weight.

  2. I’m still on gym restriction because of some out-patient surgery, but I’ve been doing some basic exercises at home in my living room (push ups, squats, full body sit ups, etc.). AMRAP is exactly what my hair stylist has been recommending. Instead of just doing 25 push ups, I should set a timer and try to do as many as possible in 1 minute. Something else to add to my fitness ideas list.

  3. Nice! I love workouts you can do from home, especially ones that don’t require a lot of space as my apartment is small. Thabk you for sharing, the info graphic is great!

  4. I’m glad I found this! I’m a mom so it’s been so HARD to find a workout that will work with my schedule!

    Do you think you can come up with workout combinations or something for moms like me?

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