This post is for those times when you have no equipment and, or little time; maybe you’re traveling or your day is filled with back-to-back meetings. The days you want to get a workout in, but feel like you can’t do a number on you mentally. That’s why it’s great to know some bodyweight movements and ways to combine them, so you can fit a workout in anywhere.
So what are those movements?
So how do you make these moves a workout? You can play with the number of cycles and repetitions, and the timing. For example:
You can also add variety by using variations of each of these movements. For example:
Be smart about the number of rounds and reps and length of rest you give yourself. Start slow and small to see where you are at, particularly if you haven’t worked out in awhile and/or have a current or old injury. And remember, you don’t have to do all of those movements each time. Pick two or three to get you going!