Is there one exercise that you can do that works the entire body at once? It used to be that the answer was no. The closest thing to a full body exercise might be consider the squat or deadlift as they both incorporate the most number of muscles. But then a realization hit; we weren’t thinking far enough out of the box!
Why not just incorporate a few motions together to make the perfect exercise?
Really it wouldn’t be too difficult and involve too many motions. There are a few different things you can do rather simply that engage most of the body. The result is interesting and very effective as something people can do as a great way to tone the whole body.
The Perfect Exercise
Honestly I don’t even know what to call this other than the Super Dumbbell Blaster. You want to start holding the heaviest dumbbells that you can curl.
- Stand with feet shoulder width apart and knees slightly bent
- Curls the dumbbells up to your shoulders
- As you reach the top of the motion squat back and down, leading with your backside until your thighs are parallel to the ground
- Explode back up and as you reach the top of the squat press the dumbbells overhead
- As the dumbbells reach full extension, hold them there while you rise up on your toes
- Lower your heels to the ground as you lower the dumbbells to your shoulders and then waist
- Keeping your back flat and knees slightly bent bend forward at the waist until your upper body is parallel to the ground and your arms are hanging down below you
- Pause in this position and do a dumbbell row
- Then straighten back up to complete the motion
So the end result of this multi step movement is that you did a biceps curl, squat, shoulder press, calf raise, stiff-legged deadlift, and dumbbell row. The only things we couldn’t really hit were the chest and abdominal muscles, but of course your core will be tight in most of these motions.
The Perfect Circuit
Now that you are armed with this exercise it is time to make an incredibly easy circuit you can do anytime to work on your tone. Ideally you will perform this circuit 3 to 4 times resting only 30 to 60 seconds between circuits.
- Perfect Exercise – 10 to 20 reps
- Bicycle Crunches – 30 reps
- Push-ups – 20 to 30 reps
- Board Planks – 30 seconds
There you have it, the perfect exercise and the perfect circuit to get you toned up and ready to face the world. How much easier could it be than that?