LIIFT4 Inspired Arm Workout

Love HIIT and weights? Then you’ll love this LIIFT 4 inspired arm workout! Click for workout!

If you’ve follow me on Insta- once I was feeling better from the flu, I joined my husband in completing Beachbody’s LIITF4 program- more on that next week! I love this program because I love to lift and high intensity workouts. I think combining this into one workout is the best bang for your time, next to a kettlebell workout, when it comes to fitness.  I thought today, I’d share a little LIIFT 4 inspired arm workout with you all!

You’ll need a pair of light, medium and heavy dumbbells. If you don’t have those at home, water bottles, soup cans and reusable milk jugs work too!

We are going to start with the lift moves; completing 10 reps of each and circling through the moves three times. Then will move onto the HIIT (high intensity interval training) portion- only 3 moves, 45 seconds of work and 3 rounds. To end our workout- we are going to do a little core for 1 minute and you guessed it, 3 rounds. Make sure you do a little warm up and cool down stretching before and after these moves for a complete workout!

LIIFT 4 Inspired Arm Workout

10 reps each, 3 rounds
Tricep Kickback
Overhead Press
Bicep Curl
Bent Over Row
Hammer Curl

45 seconds each, 3 rounds
Crab Kick
Cross Punch

30 seconds each side, 3 rounds
Side Plank Hip Lifts

hip dips

Do you think you’ll give it a try? I’d LOVE to see your tags on social! Make sure to tag me at @style_in_shape or use #sisFitLife!

If you have any questions or need any modifications, just let me know! Leave a comment or send an email; I’m happy to help you customize this and any workout I share!

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