May 18, 2022


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10 Total Body Workouts That Will Transform Your Body in 1 Month

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If you wish to transform your body, then you must perform strength-building moves that target the entire body.

Full-body workouts are ideal for burning fat and losing weight as they engage many muscle groups.


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In a nutshell:

Given the right approach, you can burn fat and grow muscles, helping your body burn more calories even at rest.
Today, we will be introducing 10 total body workouts you can alternately use throughout a month.
You may already know how to perform most of these exercises, so this time, we’ll tell you briefly about them.
These workouts include planks, goblet squats, and lunges, to name a few.
Continue watching to get to know them and the rest better.

Goblet Squat
The goblet squat works all the major muscle groups of your lower body including the hamstrings, calves, glutes, and quadriceps.
It also helps build strength in your shoulders, biceps, forearms, and abdominal muscles.
Goblet squats aid fat loss from the lower body and belly and tones your core, back, and forearm muscles.

2. Shoulder Press
The dumbbell shoulder press can produce substantial growth of your shoulder, triceps, and upper chest.
It’s one of the few exercises that can build serious muscle mass, strength, and aesthetic boulders for the shoulders.
It can also prevent or correct strength and muscle size imbalances in your upper arms.

3. Lunges
Lunges is a famous strength training exercise that’s perfect for strengthening, sculpting, and toning the body.

It builds some serious muscle, mainly working your calves, hamstrings, glutes, and all other major muscles in the legs.

4. Rear Delt Flye
Rear delt flies are specifically ideal for people who spend most of their time sitting and hunched over a desk or those who do a lot of bench pressing.
This excellent exercise improves upper body muscular balance.
It promotes proper rear shoulder and upper back development.

5. Plank
This simple yet powerful exercise called plank targets not just your abs but also requires nearly all major muscle groups in the body to work together.
It’s one of the few exercises that are best at building the core.

6. Romanian Deadlift
Romanian deadlifts are great for people who want to increase hip mobility and target the glutes.
It targets your hamstrings more than the standard deadlift.
This exercise also works your glutes and forearm flexors.

7. Dumbbell Chest Press
When you use dumbbells instead of a barbell for a chest press, it promotes even distribution of weight to each arm.
This way, your stronger arm won’t be compelled to do more work than your weaker arm.
Dumbbells also activate more muscles.

8. Split Squat
More commonly known as Bulgarian split squat, this exercise targets the muscles in your quadriceps, hips, glutes, and hamstrings.
It helps build your balance and coordination skills.
It’s also great for lower body strength.

9. One Arm Row
The one-arm dumbbell row targets your upper and lower back, biceps, shoulders, and hips, all the while improving core stability.
The main muscle group worked during this move is your lats.
When done properly, it builds a strong back and core.

10. Mountain Climbers
Mountain climbers are a very simple, low-impact exercise.
It primarily targets your abs but is also a full-body exercise as it works your shoulders, arms, chest, hips, and legs, as well.
Mountain climbers increase core strength and upper body strength.

11. Squat Thrust
The squat thrust is perfect for burning fats and toning the body.
It’s an all-body move, engaging your abs, chest, glutes, hamstrings, shoulders, and quads.
This highly versatile and compound exercise is great for boosting heart health and metabolism.
It also improves your agility and strength.

12. Walking Lunges
Walking lunges are an excellent movement that challenges your entire lower body and core.
It’s one of the compound exercises, meaning it simultaneously works several muscle groups.
Additionally, it’s great for strengthening your lower core muscles.
While static lunges tone the glutes, walking lunges sculpt the butt.


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