Quick Workouts On The Go

As FitGuana HQ is moving locations, we tend to run out of time during the day (thank you for your patience during this transition).  This happens to many of us.  Jobs, family, events and appointments get in the way and before you know it, time has run out.  That’s why we put together a few of our favorite quick workout drills for you to try.  All these routines are body weight only so no excuses there!

 

The 50 Rep Workout

Pick 5 exercises and do 50 reps each.  However, you have to finish all 50 reps of one before you can move on to the other.  Set a timer or look at the clock.  Every time one minute has passed, you do 3 burpees.  The burpees count towards the minute so the faster you do them, the more time you have to complete your set.

For example: 50 Push Ups – 50 Full Body Sit Ups – 50 squats – 50 bridges and 50 jumping jacks.  Adjust exercises to your level.

 

FitGuana Body Weight Workout 201610-1 Workout

Pick 5 exercises and perform 10 reps of all exercises.  Once you completed that set, move on to 9 reps, 8 reps, 7 reps etcetera until you finish with 1 rep of each exercise.

For example: Pull up – Diamond Push UpPike Plank – Burpees – Sumo Walks

 

The Cardio Blaster

Perform one minute of each exercise (6 total).  Take 15 seconds rest in between sets and repeat twice.

For Example: High Knees – Step Ups – Frog LungesBody Blast Bear CrawlPush Up Hops

We hope you enjoy these as much as we do!  These drills vary from 10 to approximately 30 minutes so try to make some time, even when time is in short supply.  If you are looking for more help, take a look at our Global Store and find the program or trainer you need.

 

Content provided in this article is for educational purposes only and should not be construed to be professional guidance. Content in this article is not a substitute for professional training instruction and may not be used for such purposes. Always seek the advice of your physician, coach, trainer or other qualified individual with any questions you may have regarding an exercise or workout program, as well as guidance in your training. Reliance on information presented in this article is at your own risk.

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