Sometimes I fantasize about having hour-long workouts and other times I just want to get it DONE! I have a feeling most of you can relate to the latter. This total body workout HIIT workout is for those days when you want a little of both - a butt-kicking, empowering workout that only lasts as long as your favorite New Girl episode (with commercials). All you need is a set of dumbbells heavy enough to challenge you on the last 2 to 3 reps of each exercise. That means you can ditch the commute and complete this workout in the comfort of your home. Set a timer for 10 minutes. Complete as many rounds of the exercises back-to-back as possible.
If you start a new job, would you insist on using Gmail when you're asked to use Outlook? If you wanted to master a new recipe, would you second guess going to the grocery store to buy a new ingredient? If your dentist told you to brush your teeth more often, would you question his/her expertise? I'm guessing no. So why would you question me when I suggest investing in a couple sets of inexpensive dumbbells? Every busy #bossbabe on-the-go who wants to reap the benefits of quick, convenient, and effective home-workouts should own a pair! By investing $20, you could save yourself time and stress, not to mention a whole lot of health complications later on. It also makes metabolism boosting morning workouts much
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