Full Body Superset Workout (2000s Hits Edition)

Embark on a fitness journey that’s as nostalgic as it is effective. This 20-minute, full body superset workout will target most major muscle groups and is set to the backdrop of your favorite 2000s hits. 

What you’ll need for this workout are few sets of weights, and access to a music streaming service. Whether you’re working out at home or at the gym, cue up this playlist and get ready to have some fun while working your entire body!

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Let’s turn back the clock to an era of great music, and add some excitement to your day with this superset workout routine!

What are Supersets?

A superset consists of two exercises, performed back to back with no rest in between. Supersets are great in that they cut down on your workout time – there is more volume in a shorter amount of time. They also help to improve muscle endurance.

There will be two supersets per song, with a small break (however long you need) in between each. One superset will focus on the upper body, and the other on the lower body. Use the small break in between to adjust your weights as needed.

If you complete both supersets before the song is completed, start over and repeat. Make sure to listen to your body to prevent injury, so you aren’t overexerting yourself. 

It’s you versus you! There is no requirement for how many supersets to complete.

Equipment Needed

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For this full body superset workout, all you need is a set of weights. To get the most out of this workout, you’ll need about three different sizes. For example, I used 10 pounds (for exercises like lateral raises), 20 pounds (for exercises like chest press, upright rows or lunges), and 30 pound dumbbells (for squats).

I used these adjustable Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbells, because I prefer to workout at home.

If you don’t have access to a variety of different sized dumbbells, just use what you have or switch to bodyweight exercises. You can still get an effective workout in!

Tips for Success

Review the workout prior to starting – make sure you understand each exercise. If you’re confused on how to perform an exercise, a quick google search can help explain proper form.

Make sure you have a bottle of water ready and take as many breaks as you need! Go at your own pace. 

Disclaimer: This workout routine is just a guide and may not be suited for you. It is recommended that you consult your physician prior to beginning any exercise program. By completing this workout, you agree that you do so at your own risk.

The Warm Up

Make sure to warm-up for at least 5 minutes prior to beginning this workout!

Some ideas for a warm-up are:

  • Hip Rotations
  • Side Reach
  • Shoulder Rolls
  • Inchworm
  • March In Place
  • Downward Dog to Plank
  • Arm Circles

    Or feel free to check out this YouTube video for a 5-minute warm up. 

The Main Event: Full Body Superset Workout

Download the workout PDF –> FULL BODY SUPERSET WORKOUT.¬†

Using your streaming service, make a playlist of the following songs:

  •  “Let’s Get It Started”/Black-Eyed Peas
  • “Lady Marmalade”/Pink, Christina Aguilera, Mya, Lil’ Kim
  • “Hips Don’t Lie”/Shakira Featuring Wyclef Jean
  • “Let Me Blow Ya Mind”/Eve Featuring Gwen Stefani
  • “Big Pimpin’ “/Jay-Z Featuring UGK
A full body superset workout inforgraphic to 2000s hits.

Have FUn!

Most of all, I hope you had so much fun performing this workout! Working out doesn’t have to be boring. For a sustainable and consistent workout routine, it’s important to add variety and switch things up when you’re bored.

Make sure you cool down after. 

If you’re interested in another full body workout, check out my Taylor Swift Full Body Workout Routine!

Let me know what you think! Any requests for future workouts?

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