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Deck of Cards Workout: How It Works | Shape


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Plus, you can play it alone or with a partner.The gist of a deck of cards workout: You assign exercises to each suit, draw cards, and do the exercise associated with the suit of the card for the number of reps indicated by the card."The benefit of this workout is that it's completely random—you don't know what's coming next," explains Mat Forzaglia, a certified functional strength coach and instructor at NEOU Fitness. Another way to set up the workout is to work the upper body for 10 minutes and the lower body for another 10 minutes.Now that you've assigned exercises for every suit and know how many reps you need to complete for each card, it's time to start sweatin'! But before you start your workout, make sure to shuffle your cards so you're not performing the same exercises consecutively. But because it's so versatile, you can use a deck-of-cards workout as your leg day, chest day, etc.Check out some of Forzaglia's top bodyweight exercises, plus some other moves, to mix up your deck of cards workout.

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