QUICK WORKOUT – NO EQUIPMENT
The quick full body workout is perfect if you don’t have a lot of spare time.
This first workout requires no equipment but you can use dumbbells if you want. The routine focuses on core, balance, and upper body, with a side of legs. It is best for intermediate to advanced levels. This is not easy.
As always, adjust for your level. You may want to do more reps or elevate your feet for the pike push ups. Alternatively, you may need to modify or drop the intensity. You know your body.
QUICK WORKOUT – GYM EDITION
This version is great when you are at the gym and want to throw some weight around. You can do the exercises in any order you choose. I like to superset and do the first two together for 2-3 rounds, then the next two and so on. Choose a weight that’s almost too heavy. And push hard on the metabolic exercises. 🙂
This routine is best for those who have at least 1 year of gym experience.
QUICK FULL BODY WORKOUT – AT HOME
This routine is suitable for all levels. Because this includes timed intervals, you can make it as hard or as easy as you like. Each round takes 6 minutes. Put on some eggs to boil and be done just in time.
The next time you need a quick full body workout use any of the above routines. Depending how many sets you choose, you can be finished in 10-20 minutes. If you work out at night, you should try my quick evening routine. It won’t keep you awake!
As always, stay consistent with your fitness. Move every day. A 10 minute workout is better than no workout. xo, angel