And just in case you’re looking for more workout ideas, here are links to the top workout posts from the past two years as well:
Also, much like I did in my Top Recipes of 2015 post, I’d like to ask you guys to share your requests for the type of workouts you’d like to see pop up on PBF in 2016. Are treadmill workouts your favorite? Do you love at home circuits? Elliptical workouts or strength training supersets? Please let me know in the comments section of this post!
Top Workouts of 2015
I clearly need to share more roundups that include a bunch of workouts in one place because three of the top 10 most popular workout posts from 2015 featured a bunch of workouts in one place! I love this type of a post since it makes it really easy to go back and find workouts in one spot and will definitely share more workout roundups in 2016.
I posted this roundup of at home workouts in 2012 and apparently workouts you can do in the comfort of your living room are popular with you guys because it was the second most popular workout-related blog post in 2015. This post features some heinous workout graphics from back when I used to make my workout images in Excel and Microsoft Paint, but the workouts are still great ones that will challenge your body.
I shared this blog post in February last year and it included four different 30-minute workouts. If you only have 30 minutes to sweat, be sure to check it our for a treadmill, total body, elliptical and at home circuit workout.
This total body workout only takes 32 minutes to complete and incorporates bursts of cardio among challenging strength exercises.
This is one of my personal favorite workouts that I shared on the blog last year. I love workouts that do not repeat exercises on days when I want to fly through a workout and challenge myself the entire time. You pick and choose the order of the exercises in this circuit which gives it a bit of a customized feel. I have this one saved on my phone and still reference it regularly!
I initially created this workout to give me a quiet workout I could do at home during Chase’s naptime, but it’s also a great one to keep on hand when you’re traveling and want to workout in your hotel room (no equipment is needed) or if you want to workout in your apartment in the early morning without disturbing neighbors.
Treadmill walking workouts always prove popular and this roundup post features a handful of surprisingly challenging ones! Please forgive the old school graphics, but don’t let them deter you from giving these workouts a try! They’ll make ya sweat, that’s for sure!
Boot camp workouts are my favorite and this one keeps things moving fast since you only spend 45 seconds on each exercise before moving onto the next. You can also incorporate the optional 30 second sprints for an extra challenge!
This treadmill interval workout from 2013 is consistently popular thanks to Pinterest. Thirty minutes of intervals will keep you sweating and your body guessing as you cover close to three miles.
This is a bodyweight workout that requires no equipment, so it’s a great travel or at home workout to try! It will leave your glutes and quads burnin’!
More Popular Fitness-Related Blogs Posts in 2015
- Best Pandora Workout Music Stations
- Awesome YouTube Workout Channels
- 10 Workout Playlists to Energize Your Workout
- What To Wear To Pure Barre
- Giant Collection of Upper Body Workouts
- 10 Workouts To Try When You’re Bored At The Gym
Question of the Day
- What type of workouts would you like to see on the blog in 2016? I’d love to hear your requests and will absolutely take them into consideration as I plan workouts to share on PBF in 2016!