Whether my kids or in school or not, I have found circuit workouts to be the best use of my time. Check out this Full Body Back to School circuit workout that only will take up 20-30 minutes of your day, depending on your level and how long you rest in between rounds.
Long gone are the days when you can use the excuse of, “I don’t have time to work out.” With this 10-minute AMRAP [as many reps as possible circuit], I’ve taken away that excuse.
I used my “15-minute outdoor track workout for busy people” template. Yes, I said 15 minutes. That was all I needed to get a great, full-body and kick-butt workout in. By the end of this workout, I was dripping in sweat and bursting with energy from the endorphins. Check it out.
There is still plenty of summer left, and with the warm weather upon us, this is the perfect time to switch it up and add a great bodyweight workout to your weekly routine.
Summer is the time for traveling and family vacations. There is no reason you have to let your workouts suffer while you are away. Even if you don’t have access to a gym, you can pack an exercise band and do all your workouts— my style— without a gym.
It’s officially nice outside again. The long hours of being in a stuffy gym all winter are through. It’s time to for your outdoor workout, where you can enjoy some sunshine while you sweat.
Ready for a lower-body workout that you can literally do anywhere in less than 10 minutes? This at-home, booty and abs workout is so simple to do and is amazingly effective at getting you to sweat very fast.
There are a million ways to get a good ab workout, but here is a unique way to get it done. The best part about this workout is that you need very minimal equipment.
I was shocked at how taxing this full-body challenge was. What I loved about it, though, was how quick and efficient the workout was. I was in and out in less than 30 minutes, and I definitely got a great workout in.
This week's FIRE IT UP cardio is going to rock your booty with resistance bands! This routine is made up of three different exercise using bands that you can find at your gym or any local or online sports store.
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