If you’re like most New Yorkers, you’re time-starved. The CME model (Cardiovascular, Muscle, Endurance) is great when you have less than an hour to get in a total body workout that builds strength and endurance while burning body fat.
My SLCC exercise (Squat, Lunge, Curl and Crunch) does all of this in 30 to 40 minutes.
Grab a pair of dumbbells. Hold them by your side, arms nice and straight. Feet, shoulder width apart.
1. Now, do a squat. As you come up, do a bicep curl with both arms. Hold those barbells at shoulder level.
2. Lunge back with one leg while lowering only your opposite arm. Raise that same arm back up to shoulder level as you lunge back up to starting position.
3. Now lunge back with your other leg, while lowering your opposite arm.
Raise that arm back up to shoulder level as you lunge back up to starting position.
Congratulations. You’ve just done one rep. Now, do four more to complete the set.
Do a set of pushups in between each set and end your workout with an abs burnout.
That’s it. In less than an hour you’ve worked your entire body and you’ve benefited your heart and lungs with some good cardiovascualar work. And – you’ve burned body fat.
Easy Day. Sidney Wilson.
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