10 to 100 Driveway Workout

Good morning and Happy Day Before Thanksgiving to my American friends out there! I hope you have your stretchy pants handy for a day of good eatin’ tomorrow!

I am really looking forward to celebrating Thanksgiving with my family but before I get too ahead of myself, I wanted to share a quick driveway workout you can do from anywhere over the long holiday weekend.

Driveway 10 to 100 Workout

It’s the perfect total body travel workout because you don’t need any equipment at all. You’ll simply be using your bodyweight to work your lower body, upper body and core and short bursts of cardio will elevate your heart rate in no time at all.

Pulsing Squat

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I wanted to share this workout before Thanksgiving because I love beginning my Thanksgiving Day on an active note. Ryan and I typically head out for a Turkey Trot fun run on Thanksgiving and though we hope to make it to a local 5K tomorrow, Chase has been fighting a cold the past two days, so I’m not sure it’s in the cards. We’ll see! Just in case it doesn’t happen, this workout is on my radar and I thought it might interest those of you out there who want to kick Thanksgiving off on an active note as well! Whether you’re traveling or celebrating close to home, it’s a workout you can do anywhere!

At Home Driveway Workout

10 to 100 Driveway Workout

To do this workout you’ll work up from 10 reps all the way to 100 reps of an assortment of exercises that will alternate upper body, lower body, cardio and core exercises (in that order).

Please listen to your body and rest as needed.

Driveway Bodyweight 10 to 100 Workout

A quick note about the tuck jumps in this workout… You may notice that this workout calls for 70 tuck jumps. That is HARD. Like crazy hard! I recommend breaking them up and creating “mini goals” in your mind. I like to tell myself to get through 20 in a row, rest for a hot second and tackle them again. You may also substitute high knees for the tuck jumps if that is preferred.

Though one time though this workout will challenge you for sure, if you’re looking for the ultimate butt-kicker try two or three rounds! Phew!!

Exercise Descriptions

Pushups: Begin in a plank position with hands under and slightly outside of your shoulders. Bracing your core, lower your body until chest nearly touches the floor. Push up to return body to starting position.

Alternating Lunges: Stand with your hands on your hips and take a large step backward with your left foot. Lower your body so your front leg is parallel to the floor with your knee positioned over your ankle. Return to standing by pressing your right heel into the ground and bringing your left leg forward for one full rep. Switch legs and repeat.

Mountain Climbers: Begin in a high plank, with your weight supported by your hands and toes and your core engaged. Bring one knee in toward your chest with toes just off the ground. Return to high plank position and quickly switch legs, bringing the opposite knee in toward your chest. Quickly switch legs back and forth.

Plank: Begin on the floor, resting on your hands and knees. Step your feet back into plank position and extend your arms, bracing your core and keeping your back parallel to the floor. Make sure your shoulders are stacked over your hands and your body is in a straight line.

Alternating Leg Triceps Dips: Position your hands shoulder-width apart with arms extended under your armpits. Bend both knees and lift your butt off the ground. While your right leg remains bent, extend your left leg out in front of you, keeping your heel off the ground. Carefully bend at the elbows lowering your butt toward the ground. Press down as you begin to straighten your elbows to return to starting position. Switch legs and repeat.

Pulsing Sumo Squat: Begin with your legs opened wide to the sides and your toes turned slightly outward. Clasp your hands in front of your body, bend your knees and lower your body, keeping your shoulders over your hips. Hold your body at the bottom of the squat position and pulse repeatedly.

Tuck Jumps: Begin in a comfortable standing position with knees slightly bent. Gently but quickly squat down into a quarter squat and jump up, exploding toward the sky as you drive your knees toward your chest. Land with knees slightly bent to safely absorb impact.

Bicycle Crunches: Begin lying flat on the floor and pull your bellybutton toward the floor. Press your lower back into the ground and put your hands behind your head. Bring your knees to your chest and lift your shoulder blades off the ground. Straighten your left leg while simultaneously twisting your body and bringing your left elbow toward your right knee. Switch sides and repeat.

Plank Shoulder Taps: Begin in a high plank position with your wrists under your shoulders and feet hip-width apart. Touch your left shoulder with your right hand and return to high plank position. Touch your right shoulder with your left hand and return to high plank position.

Squat Jumps: Begin with your feet shoulder-width apart, arms hanging at your sides. Squat down until your knees are bent about 90 degrees and immediately swing your arms out to your sides for momentum while simultaneously engaging your core and jumping as high as you can. When you land, take care to gently bend your knees and lower your body into the squat position.

Sadie and Julie

Sadie wanted to be in every single one of the above workout pictures. She finally got her wish (and lots of kisses) when we were done!

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Comments

  1. says

    This looks like SUCH a hard workout! I am going to try it with my fiancé tomorrow morning because we won’t have a gym to go to while we are visiting family in West Palm. I hope you have a happy Thanksgiving!

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  2. Katie S. says

    I just gave this workout a try – perfect timing as the early orange theory class I wanted to go to was waitlisted and I have to leave for the airport to fly home soon! It was awesome, but oh my gosh a challenge once you get up in the higher numbers. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful thanksgiving 🙂

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    • says

      So glad you gave it a shot! Yes, it starts out manageable and is quite humbling in the end. Phew!!! Great job sneaking in a workout before a day of travel. Enjoy your Thanksgiving!!

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  3. Molly says

    Sadie reminds me SO much of our dog, Ella. She’s a Beagle, but certainly has the same type of facial expressions and just wants to be with her “people” at all times.

    Also, this workout looks insanely hard! Definitely willing to try it though. 🙂

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  4. says

    I’m so glad you wrote that comment about the tuck jumps, I was like DANG there’s no way I could 70 in a row, 30 is about my max, lol. And I to always try to be active before thanksgiving dinner by doing a run. But it’s supposed to rain tomorrow so this workout might happen in my garage (workout room). Have a Happy Thanksgiving Julie!

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  5. Cheryl says

    Thank you for this workout!! My gym is closed after today until Monday and I loaned all of my dumbbells out to a friend so I was looking for something that I could do without equipment. Can’t wait to try it at least a couple of times over the long weekend.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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  6. Andrea says

    I just started getting back into fitness after taking a break for a few … years, and I am loving your workouts! I find them really easy to understand and love that they don’t require a lot of equipment and are easy to understand. For now, I modify a lot of the exercises to make them easier (e.g. if you call for push ups I’ll do them on my knees, or keep things low-impact when it’s a jumping move, etc.) but they’re still easy to follow. Thanks for providing!!

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  7. says

    I tried this workout and loved it. Thanks for sharing! The sumo squats followed by tuck jumps were killer, and so were 100 squat jumps at the end! I’ve been really into supersets that target the same muscle group lately, and there definitely were some good glut burners in there.

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