The 10-Minute Total-Body Routine You'll Be Doing All Summer

Are you ready to sculpt some gorgeous muscles? This routine combines resistance training with short cardio bursts for a metabolism-boosting workout that will help you form lean muscle from head to toe. These moves raise the heart rate and tone your legs, booty, arms, abs — everything. The best part? It only takes 10 minutes, so you can squeeze it in anytime.

You can do this 10-minute total-body routine anywhere — bring your friends! (Image: Tone It Up)

For amazing results, go through three rounds of 15 reps for each move. We recommend using five- to 10-pound weights.

The jump squat sculpts your booty, quads and core and raises your heart rate. (Image: Tone It Up)

Jump Squat: Sculpts your booty, quads, core and raises your heart rate.

Start by standing tall with your feet hip-width apart. Push your hips back and lower into a squat. Driving through your heels, lift off the ground and jump as high into the air as possible. Land softly in a squat position. Do 15 reps.

The deadlift tones your booty and hamstrings. (Image: Tone It Up)

Deadlift: Tones your booty and hamstrings.

Stand with your feet hip-width apart and your knees slightly bent while holding a dumbbell in each han, with your palms resting in front of your thighs. Hinge from the hips and lower the dumbbells down. Make sure to keep the weights close to your shins and maintain a neutral arch in your lower back. Slowly return to standing. Do 15 reps.

The bikini walkout and plank jack sculpts your core, shoulders and legs and boosts your heart rate. (Image: Tone It Up)

Bikini Walkout and Plank Jack: Sculpts your core, shoulders and legs and boosts your heart rate.

Start by standing at the back of your mat and fold forward, walking your hands out in front of you until you are in a plank position. Jump both feet out to the sides of your mat and then jump them back to plank position. Walk your hands back to your feet and come up to the standing position. Do 15 reps.

The weighted bridge and triceps extension tones your booty and triceps. (Image: Tone It Up)

Weighted Bridge and Triceps Extension: Tones your booty and triceps.

Begin by lying on your back with your legs bent and your feet flat on the ground. Hold a dumbbell in both hands with your arms extended straight out in front of your face. Push your booty up into a bridge position. Keeping arms straight, lower the dumbbell back behind your head and then return to the starting position. Do 15 reps.

Mountain climbers sculpt your core and shoulders and raise your heart rate. (Image: Tone It Up)

Mountain Climbers: Sculpts your core and shoulders and raises your heart rate.

Begin in a plank position. Bring your right knee into your chest and then return to plank position. Repeat on the left leg, keeping a flat back and the booty down. Continue to alternate legs. Do 15 reps on each side.

Plank booty lifts tone your abs, legs and booty. (Image: Tone It Up)

Plank Booty Lifts: Tones your abs, legs and booty.

Begin in a plank position. Engaging your core, lift your right leg straight up while keeping your left leg on the ground. Return the right leg to starting position and repeat by lifting the left leg. Continue to alternate legs. Do 15 reps on each side.

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