15-Minute Total Body Trim Down

The perfect mix of full body and compound exercises.

15-minute total body trim down

Transforming your body doesn’t take hours at the gym. With a lot of dedication and a focused workout, you can start toning, burning fat, and building lean muscle in just 15 minutes a day. Our 15-Minute Total Body Trim Down offers the perfect mix of full body and compound exercises to give you the perfect look.

Compound exercises force you to use multiple muscles within an exercise. This helps with two essential things: saving time and burning more fat. Many of us don’t have the time to spend extended hours at the gym. On top of saving time, these exercises work multiple muscle groups while giving your body minimal rest. The more your heart works to keep up with the physical demand, the more calories you’ll burn. That means the fat will start to disappear from view. If you’re looking to improve your look and feel better, this 15-minutes workout is all you’ll need!

15-Minute Total Body Trim Down

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What to Do: Perform each exercise for one minute. Complete two rounds, resting for one minute in between the rounds. Perform this workout at least six times a week.

What You’ll Need: An interval timer (available on most phones) and a set of medium dumbbells (12 to 20 pounds)

  1. Burpees
  2. Renegade Rows
  3. Tricep Kickbacks
  4. Dumbbell Squat
  5. Dumbbell Power Snatch Right Hand
  6. Alternating Dumbbell Lunge
  7. Dumbbell Power Snatch Left Hand

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Renegade Rows

Tricep Kickbacks

Dumbbell Squat

Dumbbell Power Snatch

Alternating Dumbbell Lunge

Once you’ve mastered this workout, step up your total body trim down with our 7-Day Total Body Pilates Challenge.

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Trainer Clifford

Clifford is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and a lover of all things health, fitness, personal development, and community. When he's not cycling, hiking, or exploring new food recipes, he works to help others achieve personal growth.

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