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January Workout: Full Body Calorie Crusher

Let's be real, we all went for seconds — if not thirds — at every holiday gathering or party we went to over the last few weeks. If you have some ground to make up in the fitness department, or if just want to kick start the new year with a serious jolt, try this Full Body Calorie Crusher workout. This workout features two levels and eight exercises for a mean challenge and a major calorie burn from head to toe.

December Workout: Holiday Quickie

Being short on time doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your workouts. This workout delivers big results in just five minutes with these five dynamic exercises that provide a full body workout and boost your metabolism with resistance, cardiovascular bursts, and core and mobility training. No equipment necessary!

November Workout: Planksgiving

Much like roasted turkey is a vital component of Thanksgiving dinner, a strong core is essential for total-body health. Our workout of the month for November, which we aptly named Planksgiving, focuses on strengthening your midsection, which translates beyond enhanced sports performance to benefit normal everyday activity.

October Workout Part 1: The Easy Gleason

Don't let the title fool you — The Easy Gleason gets tough quickly! This workout starts you off slow and steady but, before you know it, you're in a mad scramble in a race against the clock. The purpose of The Easy Gleason is to use compound movements that target large amount of muscle mass to develop muscular endurance. Best of all, it incinerates fat during your workout and continues to burn calories long after.

September Workout Part 1: The Football Workout

There's a reason why football players are among the best athletes on the planet. Strength, speed, agility, and power are all athletic attributes players must possess in order to be successful at the elite level. With football season just days away, we put together a gridiron-inspired Workout of the Month for September that features some drills and exercises that will help you improve acceleration, speed, agility, explosiveness, and strength.
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