If you're not a big fan of heavy metal, our guide will make you one. We asked top sculpting pros to design a circuit that maximizes the use of weight machines commonly found at the gym so you finally get the firm-all-over look you've been repping for. Hit the weights in the order indicated -- upper body first, focusing on large muscles before small, and ending with abs -- as a rule of thumb. Or to boost calorie burn, try alternating upper-body and lower-body moves.
Start with two sets of 12 reps for each exercise, picking a weight that makes the last two reps feel tough. Rest about a minute between sets, just long enough to admire your new va-va-voom in the mirror.
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