30 Minute Living Room Workout

Since we moved to North Carolina, I haven’t joined a gym. I hope to once we are settled in a more permanent living situation, but for right now I’m doing just fine sneaking in workouts without a gym membership.

I have fallen in love with Pure Barre and also have access to a small gym through my apartment complex, so I haven’t missed the gym too much. I have only been to my apartment gym a small handful of times and my workouts lately have mostly consisted of Pure Barre, long walks with Sadie and short but sweaty at-home workouts.

Like this one! 

30 Minute At Home Workout

This is a 30-minute workout I created last week to target the whole body without the need for any equipment at all. The entire workout can be done anywhere — outside, at home, in front of the TV, in your hotel room… You decide! I did it in the living room of our apartment and even though I had to battle body slams from Sadie, I felt like it was a good enough workout to share with you guys in the end!

It incorporates bodyweight exercises that do not require any equipment. It targets the legs, booty, arms, chest and core and the little bursts of cardio got my heart rate up so I was sufficiently sweaty at the end.

Links to video demos of some of the exercises:

Hope you like it!

Looking for more at home workout options? Here ya goooo:

Evening Ab Workout

Question of the Afternoon

  • What is your favorite workout to do at home? Any favorite DVDs, YouTube channels or workout websites out there for awesome at-home workouts?


  1. says

    I definitely had to take a snapshot of the workout so that I have it available tomorrow for my workout. I’ll let you know how much I’ll be pouring sweat afterwards!! 🙂


  2. Pua says

    LOL For some reason, I read that you were doing just fine sneaking in DOUGHNUTS without a gym membership! Guess we can see where my mind is this evening! 🙂


  3. says

    Like Ashley, as a Les Mills instructor, my at-home workouts tend to be LM BodyFlow (and now Sh’Bam) releases (either old ones that I’m learning or just practicing for a new mix or new ones that I’m learning for an upcoming launch) or general yoga. Before that though, I LOVED both of the NYC Ballet workout DVDs; I bet you’d really like them from what I know about Barre from your other posts. I should break those out sometime soon.



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