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Dantzler, a former pro football player, created this workout to be done during commercial breaks, “or you can do it continuously during half time, if you’re about that life,” she says. (We’re more about that wing life, but we’ll stick to the commercial breaks.)

The circuit consists of three exercises, each done for 10 reps. The first move is a starfish variation with legs held together. Do this one slowly and with control to get the most out of it. If you can, don’t let your heels touch the floor between reps.

From there you’ll pick up the pace, launching into a back-and-forth lateral shuffle. You don’t need much room for this one; shuffle back and forth using the space you have available to you. Try not to knock over the wings.

The final move of the circuit is a three-point jack, a jumping jack variation that’ll have you dropping into a three-point stance like you’re about to hike a football. (Get it? Because you’re watching football.)

Once you’ve completed three reps of each exercise, run it again. And again. The idea is to cycle through this circuit continuously for the duration of each commercial break. 

And, by the way, if you want a set of abs like Dantzler’s, reveal your six pack with ANARCHY ABS—a rapid fat-burning, ab-shredding workout from Men’s Health unlike any fitness program you’ve ever experienced. 

Source: http://www.menshealth.com/fitness/jay-dantzler-football-commercial-workout

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