Wednesday WOD: metabolic conditioning workout for women

Yay for making it to another Wednesday! Can you believe it is almost AUGUST? I hope your week is going so well ūüôā

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With another Workout Wednesday upon us, I’m sharing a bodyweight metabolic conditioning workout for you to do anywhere.

Why metabolic conditioning?

Well, this style of working out is AKA high intensity interval training, with the goal of forcing the body to deliver extra oxygen to the heart and train your other muscles to work more efficiently with whatever fuel they have.

Metabolic conditioning is a super effective way to train because:

  • It increases your endurance
  • It maximizes your calorie burn throughout the day
  • It strengths both your cardiovascular system and your muscular system
  • You are in and out of the gym in under twenty minutes!

Needless to say, these are some of my favorite workouts. Efficient, fun, and doable absolutely anywhere.

Today’s workout will be performed in a circuit style. Do¬†each exercise for 30 seconds, with no rest in between, resting for one full round at the end of each circuit.

What's metabolic conditioning? Well, it's basically high intensity interval training, with the goal of forcing the body to deliver extra oxygen to the heart and train your other muscles to work more efficiently with whatever fuel they have.

You’ve got two options on how to complete the workout.

  • Follow along with me real time, below, and repeat 3x.
  • Perform each circuit 3x before moving on to the next one.

I do this¬†style of workout any time I am pressed for time or without equipment, especially if I’m traveling. ¬†Using a metabolic conditioning style of training helps so much when you’ve got limited equipment and time.

I hope you enjoy it! Let me know if you try it out!

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