Molly McNamee | Total Body Progression Circuit #25DaysofMFit
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Total Body Progression Circuit #25DaysofMFit

Merry Christmas, and Happy Day 25 of the #25DaysofMFit!! I am so proud of all of you for making it to the final Day of the annual MFit workout challenge. The past 25 days have not been easy, but hopefully they have been fun.

We have trained every muscle, done all the cardio, stretched, and tried some new yoga workouts. Please head over to my Instagram and let me know what your favorite workout has been this year!

We aren’t done yet though… you still have to finish the final workout of the #25DaysofMFit 2019. And I did not make it an easy one.

Today we are doing a total body progression circuit. We will start with four basic movements, and then I will make the exercises more challenging each time we go through the circuit. If at any point a certain exercise gets too advanced, you can always go back to the basic move. That is why I love this workout; you can really adjust it to how you’re feeling.

With the #25DaysofMFit challenge ending, it is the perfect time to plan your next fitness feat. Join the MFit Membership for an every growing library of workouts and fitness challenges! If today’s workout felt too difficult for you, I have workouts that are perfect for you on the MFit Membership. If it felt too easy, I have workouts for you on the MFit Membership. If it felt just right, guess what… I have workouts for you on the MFit Membership! Sign up and start your free trial today!

I hope you enjoyed this workout challenge as much as I did. Remember you can do these workouts all year long. So join the #25DaysofMFit challenge on my website to receive all 25 workout videos today!

Follow the workout instructions or video below.

Do 1 set of each exercise. No rest.

Squat (15 reps)
Walk Down (10 reps)
Deadlift (10 reps)
Alternating Side Lunges (10 reps)
Squat and Press (15 reps)
Walk Down Push-up (10 reps)
Deadlift to Row (10 reps)
Low Side to Side Lunges (10 reps)
Squat and Alternating Press (16 reps)
Walk Down Push-up to Jump (10 reps)
Deadlift to Row to Calf Raise (10 reps)
Side Lunge Front Kick (10 reps each)