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Fusion Conditioning Fat Loss Workout

It’s Workout Time!!fusion conditioning fat loss workout video in this edition of Fit Dad TV

Over the recent past I have been tinkering with my 10-minute workout “flow” trying to make it the best and most effective use of your time and I think what I’ve been using lately is pretty wicked.

I call it Fusion Conditioning and it’s a great way to burn a ton of calories in a little bit of time, while also working those trouble spots we all love to hate (and even making you stronger).

Why call it a Fusion Conditioning Fat Loss Workout?  Because it’s cool and I’m cool, so there.

Actually, the reason I’m naming it Fusion Conditioning is because it’s a fusion, or blending, of strength/resistance training exercises with more up-tempo metabolic exercises, which is designed to kick your butt (sweat!), make you breathe heavily (burn calories), increase strength and burn fat.

I’ll demonstrate it by showing you a quick video with a 4-exercise circuit.  I want you to do the circuit as many times possible in 10-15 minutes – that means rest the least amount possible.

First, watch the video and then look below and you’ll find the rundown of the exercises and a little more information…

Fusion Conditioning Fat Loss Workout

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Pretty wicked, right?

Do that puppy for 10-15 minutes, after warming up, and you’ll be sufficiently worked…he says while fiendishly rubbing his hands and maniacally laughing!

In case you missed it, or want to write it down for yourself, here’s the rundown of this Fusion Conditioning Fat Loss workout

1) Medicine Ball Push-up – 10 Reps

2) Medicine Ball Touch & Hop – 10 Reps

3) Squat w/Shoulder Press – 15 Reps

4) Renegade Row – 8 Reps each Arm

Again, I want you to go through that circuit as many times possible in 10-15 minutes and only rest when you absolutely need to.  If you’re just a little winded…don’t rest – the point is to work, be winded and feel as though you’ve gone through a workout.  It should feel uncomfortable 🙂

If you’d like, you are more than welcome to go through the Fusion Conditioning Fat Loss Workout for 10-minutes, rest a couple minutes an then do it again for another 10-minutes.  That’s what I’ve asked folks to do in the 28-Day Challenge, and that’s how I do them in my personal workouts and it works fantabulously!

Sound cool?

Of course it does!  Give that puppy a try and let me know what you think!

Later,

Ed

P.S. – To make sure you’re on the cutting edge with my workout designs and new ideas, you should join the Fit Parent Force Monthly.  Every month you get a brand new workout program, including full, follow-along downloadable videos, and you also get first chance to try out any new diet or full program I’ve come up with.  It’s pretty sweet.  To learn more and get started today, click here.  Oh and did I mention it’s ridiculously inexpensive?  It is.  Get started by heading here –>  Join Fit Parent Force Monthly

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Ed Scow, also known as "The Fit Dad", likes long walks on the beach, snuggling, hand stand push-ups and pretending to work. He's also a fitness & nutrition expert, proud papa and husband to a smokin' hot wifey.

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Comments (2)

  • Mitchell - Home Fitness Manual

    Ed,

    Have you thought about adding any ab exercises into this routine? Mountain climbers or the plank would could fit in nicely after the renegade rows since you’d already be in the position.

    -Mitchell

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    • Ed Scow, aka 'The Fit Dad'

      Hey Mitchell!

      Sorry it’s taken me so long to reply…

      That’s a good idea, but the Renegade Row is actually a pretty good abs exercise. It satisfies the stabilizing/endurance factor of the core much the same way a mountain climber of plank would. Another thing I’d have to consider is working the shoulders too hard because the Renegade Row taxes the shoulder muscles, and then I’d be hitting them again with the same body position in the form of the plank or mountain climber.

      There are ways to use some different abs exercises in this style of workout, especially if the other exercises are “big” and physically demanding. For instance, it’s possible to throw in an isolation movement like Reverse Crunches, or even weighted crunches in the middle of a Fusion Conditioning workout that uses other exercises that are more difficult – it’d be kind of an extra rest period, while also working the abs.

      Make sense?

      Reply

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