Allenamento Cardio PHA Senza Salti: Esercizi di Tonificazione Total Body



Allenamento PHA senza salti.

Workout completo per tonificare tutto il corpo con esercizi a corpo libero e con i pesetti.

Faremo 3 giri di circuito a difficoltà crescente alternando fasi di tonificazione total body ad esercizi cardio senza salti.

Il workout alterna esercizi con pesetti ed esercizi a corpo libero.

Peso consigliato: 2-4kg.

Di questo workout abbiamo creato 3 versioni, questa è la versione più impegnativa.

L’allenamento è completo di riscaldamento e breve stretching finale.
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