Shoulder and Glutes Circuit

Working my shoulders and glutes is one of my favorite types of workouts.  Below is the circuit that I do once a week.

Enjoy and get moving!!!

 

Shoulder & Glutes Circuit

  1. Lateral Squats with the band (optional), add in lateral shoulder raises as shown in the video.  15 squats to the right, 15 squats to the left.
  2.  100 Mountain Climbers (optional gliders and perfect push-ups)
  3. Lateral Squats with single arm Cheerleader Press.  15 squats right, 15 squats left.
  4. Lateral Squats with shoulder flexion.  Stop arms about the height of your chest. 15 squats right, 15 left.
  5. Cheerleader Press (both arms together) 15 reps.  Keep the arms slightly in front of you as you press up.
  6. Toe Taps:  30 back at an angle, 30 straight back, and 30 crossed back behind your standing leg like a curtsey. Curtsey pulses 30 reps.   Be sure to sit low and to maintain the work of the standing/stabilizing leg.
  7. Lateral shoulder raises 15 reps.
  8. Toe Taps on other leg: 30 back at an angle, 30 straight back, and 30 crossed back behind your standing leg like a curtsey. Curtsey pulses 30 reps.
  9. Plie Squats with the Kettlebell.  Place it on the ground for one rep, then pick it up on the next rep and repeat for a total of about 30 squats.  Add in the V Raise as shown in the video as you stand tall.
  10. Marching with the band 40 reps.

Do this circuit 1x if you are a beginner, or short on time.  Otherwise 2x for my intermediate followers, 3x for my advanced people.

 

 

 

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