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An advanced workout strategy known as a finisher involves performing rapid, intense bursts of cardio and/or strength training towards the end of your normal workout.
It will ensure that the tank is entirely empty, claims Munir.

Four bodyweight movements make up the workout finisher below.
Work for 40 seconds, then rest for 20 seconds before moving on to the following exercise.

1. Sit-up to rotation

Time 30sec Rest 15sec

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Put your hands by your head and your elbows out to the sides while you lay on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor.
Lift your right knee while rotating your torso such that the left elbow moves to meet it. Raise your torso by engaging your core.
Repeat on the opposite side, then go back to the beginning.
With each rep, switch sides.

2. Mountain Climber

Time 30sec Rest 15sec

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Start by standing on a high plank.
Repeat with the right knee to the left elbow after bringing your left knee to your right elbow, then go back to the beginning.
As you keep switching sides, make sure your core is engaged and that your hands, when you’re on the floor, are squarely beneath your shoulders.

3. Plank

Time 30sec Rest 15sec

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Start in a high plank position with your hands immediately beneath your shoulders, balancing yourself on your hands and toes, and keeping your body straight from the shoulders to the heels.
Lower onto one forearm, then the other, while keeping your core engaged. Push back up to your hands one side at a time.
Throughout, try to keep your body as straight as you can.

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