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How to get a full-body workout in only 20 minutes

How to get a full-body workout in only 20 minutes

Image: Geneviève Caron

Fitness

How to get a full-body workout in only 20 minutes

Squeeze an effective, full-body workout into your busy schedule. Eva Redpath shows us the moves.

Set aside no more than 20 minutes to complete Nike master trainer Eva Redpath's effective full-body workout—perfect for those days when you can barely find time to pour a cup of coffee.

When you slowly introduce fitness into your life, make it a priority. This starts with self-discipline and a commitment to a routine that'll help you reach your goals. Use a fitness app like Nike Training Club to help you stay on track. 

1. HIGH PLANK WITH SHOULDER TAP    
Eight to 12 reps on each side x three sets

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Photography by Geneviève Caron | Hair and makeup by Wendy Rorong | Clothing and shoes from nike.com.

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Begin in a high plank position with your hands shoulder-width apart and your feet hip-width apart.

1. Bring your left hand to tap your right shoulder while keeping your shoulders and hips level to the floor.

2. Return your left hand to the floor. repeat with your right hand.

2. WALKOUT TO MODIFIED PUSHUP
Eight to 12 reps x three sets

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Photography by Geneviève Caron | Hair and makeup by Wendy Rorong | Clothing and shoes from nike.com.

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Stand with your feet hip-width apart.

1. Hinge at the hips to bring your hands to the floor.

2. Walk your hands forward into a high plank, then lower your knees into a modified pushup position.

3. Bend at the elbows to lower your chest toward the floor, keeping your elbows tight to your sides. Push up.

4. Lift your knees into a high plank and walk your hands toward your feet. Return to the starting position. Repeat.

3. LATERAL TO REVERSE LUNGE
Eight to 12 reps on each side x three sets

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Photography by Geneviève Caron | Hair and makeup by Wendy Rorong | Clothing and shoes from nike.com.

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Stand with your feet hip-width apart.

1. Step your left leg out to the side, keeping your toes pointing forward. bend your knee and lower into a lateral lunge.

2. Bring your left leg back to the starting position, then step it behind you, bending your knees and lowering into a reverse lunge.

3. Return to the starting position. Repeat with your right leg.

 

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