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Workout plan according to holiday schedule


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Yes, we get it: you have to live a little, enjoy a cheat meal or two, hell, maybe even have a few drinks. They say they’re looking for that balance. But the truth is, if staying slim is your number one priority, you’d better believe that laid-back dinners and hard parties can do some damage — and faster than you think.

There are cakes, potatoes and stuffing. Drink beer and stay up late. Don’t complain if you’ve pushed it too far and those abs you’re starting to see are getting smoother.

HFP Contributor John Gioffre has a plan to cover you.

How does the holiday schedule work?

The workout is only about 30 minutes, but those 30 minutes will burn all the calories of cakes, potatoes and stuffing. And since you’re most likely tight on time, the plan is built around advanced exercises, ultra-low (or no) rest periods, and bodyweight exercises.

  • Big Elevator, such as squats, deads, and presses, will use the most calories. Structuring them with short (or no) rest periods will increase the intensity.
  • Body weight circuits These are quick, effective ways to burn calories and ignite your metabolism without having to work out (or rush) to the gym. All five exercises will take about 30 minutes each.

How to keep track of the schedule

Go to the gym every day for an advanced workout. Between gym days, use your body’s balance circuits to keep your metabolism in high gear — for example, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays in the gym, and Wednesdays. Tuesday and Thursday at home. To increase the intensity of your workout even more, you can take time off.

Day one: At the gym

Complete all exercises in one circuit in five rounds. Or rest 30 seconds between exercises.

  • Hack Deadlift 10 reps
  • Dumbbell Row 10 times
  • Barbell Push Press 10 reps
  • Pull up 5-10 reps

Second day: At home

Complete all exercises in one circuit in five rounds.

  • Air Squats 30 representatives
  • Close-grip Push to 25 reps
  • Leg lifts 20 times
  • Manually collect information 15 times

Third day: At the gym

Complete all exercises in one circuit in five rounds. Or rest 30 seconds between exercises.

  • Barbell Front Squats 10 times
  • Dumbbell Chest Press 10 times
  • Dip 10 times
  • Kettlebell Side Squat 10 reps

Fourth day: At home

Complete all exercises in one circuit in five rounds.

  • Kettlebell Swing 10 reps
  • Kettlebell Clean 10 reps
  • Kettlebell Squats 10 times
  • Sit Ups 10 reps

Fifth day: At the gym

Complete all exercises in one circuit in five rounds. Or rest 30 seconds between exercises.

  • Back Squats 10 representatives
  • Lat Pulldown 10 reps
  • Incline Bench Press 10 reps
  • Dumbbell Front Squat 10 times

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