I figured a post that included 10 of my favorite bodyweight-only workouts would make it easy to find a quick and sweaty workout to do the next time you are looking for a workout to complete in your living room or a travel-friendly workout you can do anywhere!
The workouts below include a variety of bodyweight-only workouts with everything from cardio and tabata workouts to strength and core workouts. Hopefully a workout or two will pop out at you for a future sweat session!
At Home and Travel Workouts
To complete this bodyweight tabata workout, you’ll complete one exercise at full intensity for 20 seconds, followed by a 10 second rest. Once you’ve made your way through eight rounds, you’ll move onto the next exercise. You’ll only spend a total of four minutes on each exercise (counting the breaks) but during those four minutes, you’ll be pushing yourself out of your comfort zone and challenging yourself to keep the intensity UP!
This is probably my favorite travel workout I’ve ever shared! It’s one I always keep in my back pocket whenever I’m traveling because I genuinely enjoy it so much! There are actually multiple ways you can work through this workout, the first being the most obvious where you move from one exercise to the next, on down the line. I actually prefer to perform the exercises in a superset of two before moving onto the next set of two. For some reason this makes me feel like I’m chipping away at the workout and can check one exercise off my list!
The workout will work your whole body by targeting your upper body, lower body and core but also includes bursts of cardio to keep your heart rate up and make ya sweat! Looking for a way to increase the intensity? Add 45 seconds of mountain climbers or burpees in between each round!
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).
To complete this workout, you’ll begin by doing 21 repetitions of each exercise. Once you’ve made it through 21 reps of each exercise, you’ll begin at the top and work your way through the circuit again, this time completing 15 total reps of each exercise. Your final round will have you completing 9 reps of each exercise for one final push.
This workout is a great option for a quiet workout you can complete in a hotel room or an apartment if you happen to live above another tenant and don’t want to disturb anyone but still want to sneak in a good workout! If you’re not worried about noise and want to sneak in a little cardio, consider adding 30 seconds of jump rope, high knees or jumping jacks in between each exercise for an added boost!
This workout incorporates three blocks that you will rotate through four times. The first round is the longest and the duration of each subsequent round decreases a bit. Hopefully this serves as motivation to stick with it, knowing you’ll knock out the hardest part of the workout first!
A fast ab workout you can complete at the end of the day without the use of any equipment. I also love to complete this workout after a short run for some core work!
To complete the workout, you’ll make your way through five blocks, each with a different theme!
A fast-paced workout that will target your core and spike your heart rate thanks to a handful of plyometric exercises.