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The Hangtime Bodyweight Workout

Try this nonstop circuit designed to tighten up your whole body.

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  • 10 Min

  • 4

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The Hangtime Bodyweight Workout

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What It Is

A four-station bodyweight circuit designed by L.A.-based celebrity trainer Andy McDermott. You start with two stabilized exercises performed under control: hanging leg raises and walking lunges, then finish with a pair of explosive moves: clapping pushups and squat jumps. Try to set a manageable pace.

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Why It Works

The stabilized exercises serve as active recovery from the explosive work. Since you’re using a different leg raise variation on each set, you’ll hit your abs and obliques from a variety of angles. This is total-body HIIT that will have the sweat pouring off you and leave your entire core sore the next day.

Quick Tip

“The goal isn’t speed, it’s control,” McDermott says. “If you swing your legs, you remove core activation from the equation.”

The Hangtime Workout

DIRECTIONS: Set a timer for 10 minutes and do the following circuit nonstop.

Routine

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The Workout

Exercise
Equipment
Sets
Reps
Rest
Exercise 1 of 4

Hanging Leg Raise

Equipment
Pullup Bar
Sets
--
Reps
10
Rest
--
*Do straight raises the first set, followed by oblique raises (shown) for each side.
Equipment
No Equipment
Sets
--
Reps
10
Rest
--
10 each side.
Exercise 3 of 4

Clapping Pushup

Equipment
No Equipment
Sets
--
Reps
5-10
Rest
--
Start with 10. Work down as you fatigue.
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