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6-12-6

Date: March 17, 2020 Category: Hustle From Home Workouts

Equipment needed: Workout Mat, 10-20 lb. dumbells

Workout Description: Set a timer for 6 minutes and work through 12 reps of these 6 exercises. The goal is to complete as many rounds as you can! At the end of the 6 minutes, rest for 1-2 minutes and repeat the 6 minutes of work 2-3 more times based on how you’re feeling. Don’t forget to challenge yourself on a few of the moves with heavier weights! 

Duration: 20-30 minutes

Workout:
6 minutes of HARD work - complete as many exercises as you can in 6 minutes / 2 minutes of rest. Put on repeat 3-4 times. 

12 Burpees
12 Sumo Squats to Curl 
12 Crossbody Mountain Climbers (HC)
12 Plank Rows
12 Mat Broad Jumps
12 Reverse Dumbbell Lunges 
 

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