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20 Min. Superset Workout

I love this workout for an everyday simple routine. This is a full-body workout to hit all the major muscle groups. Try to keep the sets back to back to keep your heart rate up.  

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Complete each set 4x 

*no need for a timer but it should take you between 20-30 seconds per exercise. 


1A. Chest Press 

1B. Bent over row

2A. Sumo Squat

2B. Rev. Lunge


3A. Kettle Bell Swing

3B. Side Bends

4A. Downdog to Wide push-ups

4B. Glute Bridge hold & Fly

Why Superset?

Supersets are a really simple way to set up an exercise routine. A superset is 2 exercises performed back-to-back, alternating between the 2 exercises for a number of reps & sets. Personally, I like my superset routines to work either antagonist (opposite muscle groups) or agonist (similar) muscle groups. 


 This workout consists of 4 antagonist supersets and you’ll be doing 12 reps of each exercise 4x. Try to move between the two exercises with minimal rest, resting as needed between each superset.


  • Keep this quick. There shouldn't be a ton of time between the exercises or the sets. 

  • Kettlebell swings are not really swinging - be controlled and intentional with this movement. 

  • Breathe out when you lift the weight and slowly back in when you lower the weight. 

  • As always, turn up your music and have some fun!

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