Posts Tagged ‘full body’
Bodyweight exercises and home workouts have taken the world by storm and are the rage everywhere. It’s no wonder, because they work. They shape, lean out, tighten and tone the body quickly. However, it is true that to gain more muscle weight is needed. And it is beneficial not only for putting on muscle but for your health to add weight training in with bodyweight training. Here are some of my favorite pieces of home gym equipment to add weight and to change up your routine. || Read more
This Ugi workout mixes Ugi exercises with bodyweight exercises and even includes the sandbag. If you don’t have one, no worries. You can use your Ugi for these too. It has 3 parts of interval training. The good news is that the times are reduced for each part, so it keeps getting easier as you go. There are mountain climbers at the start and between each round to boost your heart rate, and up the effectiveness of the HIIT exercises. This Ugi workout is just over 20 minutes, but time goes by fast! You’ll see. This is a fun one! || Read more
This bodyweight workout is a great place to start your HIIT training. It has 12 bodyweight exercises carefully chosen to represent the core bodyweight exercises that form the basis of most HIIT workouts, and all bodyweight workouts for that matter. These are the classics. They are considered classics and have stood the test of time because they work. || Read more
The goal of this workout is to get through 40 reps of 5 different exercises as quickly as you can. And I promise you that that sounds easier than it is! But this workout has some great, fun and dynamic exercises.and you will really feel this in the legs after! I think this is mainly from the first exercise – 3 Pulse Surfer Squat Jumps with Drop Down, as I could feel the burn after 10 reps. This exercise and the 3 Pulse Jump Lunges are great for building strong leg muscles and they work on the glutes, hamstrings and quad muscles, to help create all around strong sexy legs!
Burpee with Tuck Jump – Standing with feet hip width apart, squat down and place hands on ground in front of you, jump legs back into plank position, do a push up, jump legs back in and then jump up with an explosive jump, as high as you can bringing knees up to your chest and grabbing knees in air. This is one rep.