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We’re all short on time, but that doesn’t mean that we have to skip our exercise! Try this 10-Minute Training with 7 Quick Workouts for Every Day of the Week! In short-but-intense circuit workouts, you will challenge yourself with cardio, strength training, and stretching for a full body routine.

10-Minute Training: Try these 7 Quick Circuit Workouts for Every Day of the Week!

Sometimes when it comes to working out, you just want someone else tell you what to do, right? Less thinking…more doing!

That’s why I put together these 7 quick exercise routines, which will give you a solid plan that targets each major muscle group over the course of the week. We’ll get our heart rate up with some good old cardio 3 times per week, and add in some upper body, lower body, core, and stretching on the other days.

You can do these as stand-alone workouts when you’re crunched for time, or you can add them into your regular walking or jogging schedule for an extra challenge. As always, check with your doctor before beginning any new exercise routine, and be safe! Listen to your body and take breaks as necessary. Most of all, have fun!

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10-Minute Training: Try these 7 Quick Circuit Workouts for Every Day of the Week!

TO DOWNLOAD A PRINTABLE PDF COPY OF THE WORKOUTS, CLICK HERE!

10-MINUTE TRAINING: 7 QUICK WORKOUTS FOR EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK

INSTRUCTIONS: These are circuit workouts, which means that you complete the circuit all of the way through, and then start over at the beginning. You will perform each exercise for 45 seconds, then rest for 15 seconds before moving onto the next exercise in the circuit. Complete each circuit 3 times for a total of 10 minutes per workout.

Note: If you are not sure how to perform one of the exercises, just click on the name of the exercise and it will take you to a video demonstration.

MONDAY: Cardio Workout 1

  • Warm-Up: 1 minute marching in place
  • Jump Rope (you can either use an actual jump rope, or just jump in place with an imaginary jump rope!) – 45 seconds, 15 seconds rest
  • Squat Jumps – 45 seconds, 15 seconds rest
  • Boxing (jab punches, upper cuts) – 45 seconds, 15 seconds rest
  • Repeat circuit 3 times!

TUESDAY: Upper Body Strength Training Workout

WEDNESDAY: Cardio Workout 2

  • Warm-Up: 1 minute marching in place
  • Mountain Climbers – 45 seconds, 15 seconds rest
  • Speed Skaters – 45 seconds, 15 seconds rest
  • High Knees – 45 seconds, 15 seconds rest
  • Repeat circuit 3 times!

 THURSDAY: Lower Body Strength Training Workout

  • Warm-Up: 1 minute Jumping Jacks
  • Sumo Squats (can hold dumbbells for added weight if desired) – 45 seconds, 15 seconds rest
  • Alternating Lunges (can hold dumbbells for added weight if desired) – 45 seconds, 15 seconds rest
  • Side Lunges – 45 seconds, 15 seconds rest
  • Repeat circuit 3 times!

FRIDAY: Cardio Workout 3

  • Warm-Up: 1 minute marching in place
  • Burpees – 45 seconds, 15 seconds rest
  • Jog in Place – 45 seconds, 15 seconds rest
  • Jumping Jacks – 45 seconds, 15 seconds rest
  • Repeat circuit 3 times!

SATURDAY: Core Strength Training Workout

SUNDAY: Stretching/Active Recovery

So what do you think?! Will you give it a try? Whether you complete all 7 routines or just give one a shot, these quick-yet-effective workouts are a great way to squeeze some extra activity into your busy days!

10-Minute Training: Try these 7 Quick Circuit Workouts for Every Day of the Week!

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  1. I just can’t imagine what experience with 10 minutes trainning you’ve had recently! ? I love how every month there’s such a difference in the workouts on the same time. Gives me so many options when I’m planning training. Great tip.