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Body Workout: How To Get A Full Workout In 45 Minutes

01/07/2014 12:59 EST | Updated 01/23/2014 10:53 EST
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THE GOAL: Toning your whole body

THE EXPERT: Eva Redpath, Nike Canada’s NTC master trainer

THE INFO: It's not always easy to get a full body workout in a short period of time. While we all have tough spots we want to work on individually, Redpath says high intensity workouts for 30 to 45 minutes can help your body get toned, stronger and lose weight all at the same time. Full body workouts are recommended to help you save time, build muscle and lose fat. Redpath adds if you're looking for a way to add fitness routines into your New Year's resolutions, a 45-minute full body workout every day for four weeks will make a huge difference to how you look and feel. While this routine can be found in Nike's NTC app, you can also do a version of these exercises at the gym with a pal, or at home with printed instructions.

THE MOVES:

How To Get Fit In 2014

• Light jog (2 min)

• Straight leg kicks (1 min)

• Back pedal (1 min)

• Recover (1 min)

• Sumo squat with press (1 min)

• Russian twist(1 min)Plan walks (1 min)

• Squat jumps (1 min)

• Plank walks (1 min)

• Russian twists (1 min)

• Push up with feet on medicine ball (1 min)

• Kick downs (30 sec)

• Plank row (1 min)

• Kick downs (30 sec)

• Dips with legs straight (1 min)

• Kick downs (30 sec)

• Sumo squat with press (1 min)

• Kick downs (30 sec)

• Cleans (1 min)

• Sumo squat with press (1 min)

• Russian twists (1 min)

• Dips with legs straight (1 min)

• Plank walks (1 min)

• Squat jumps (1 min)

• Russian twists (1 min)

• Push ups with feet on medicine ball (1 min)

• Kick downs (30 sec)

• Plank row (1 min)

• Kick downs (30 sec)

• Dips with legs straight (1 min)

• Sumo squat with press (1 min)

• Pretzel stretch (2 min)

• Standing hamstring stretch (2 min)

• Lower back stretch (1 min)

Have something that needs fine tuning? Let us know in the comments below.

The new year is the time to take on new challenges, so for the month of January and beyond, The Huffington Post Canada's Living team brings you Fine Tuning: daily workouts, with tips on how to tone up, get healthy and stay fit for the whole year. Each workout will focus on one fitness goal or body part, with our favourite trainers showing you simple ways to get stronger and healthier in less than 45 minutes.

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