Tone 2 Muscle Groups Together With Dual-Training Exercises

Tone 2 Muscle Groups Together With Dual-Training Exercises

Want to lose weight fast and get the most out of your workout? Here’s how to do it: Target multiple muscle groups with a single exercise. Why this works? Simple: because the more muscles you involve at the same time in one move, the more calories you burn.

Dual-training exercises target more than one muscle group at the same time for total efficiency. Instead of isolating single muscle groups, do these dual-training exercises if you really want to burn more calories and lose weight faster.

Dual-Training Exercises

This 4-moves workout incorporates the best dual-training exercises to build a strong midsection, tone your arms and lift your butt. You only need a pair of dumbbells, or if you don’t have it, you can use 2 water bottles instead. These moves are not complicated at all, and are created for any fitness level, from the beginner to the advanced.

Do 3-5 sets. Repeat the entire cycle at least 3 times per week, for best results.

1. Plank With Kick Back

Targets these muscle groups: core, abs and booty.

Do 30 kickbacks (15 with each leg).

Dual-Training Exercises Plank

2. Bridge Press Booty Lifter

Targets these muscle groups: butt, hamstrings, abs and chest.

Do 15 reps with the right leg up, then switch legs for 15 more.

Dual-Training Exercises Bridge

3. Total Body Vinyasa Flow

Targets these muscle groups: arms, butt and core.

Do 15 reps (for each leg).

Dual-Training Exercises Vinyasa

4. Stationary Back Lunge With Shoulder Press

Targets these muscle groups: butt, thighs, shoulders and back.

Do 15 reps for each leg.

Dual-Training Exercises Lunge

These dual-training exercises are great for weight loss when packed with high quality sleep and a healthy diet. If you enjoyed these moves please share them with your friends and family. Stay fit!

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