At-Home Full-Body Workout
Duration: 30 Minutes
Start by doing this 7-minute routine once through. As your body gets stronger, you can do it up to four times through. It’s amazing to see how fast our bodies respond when we’re consistent with our workouts. When that voice in your head says you can’t, BELIEVE that you can! Be your own motivator and cheerleader, and celebrate every workout!
Ready?! Let’s Do This!
7 Minutes, Repeat Up To 4 Times
Put the timer on 7 minutes and do this routine without stopping to really get your heart pumping!
10 burpees: jump up, come down to a push-up position, hop your legs back, hop them to the front again, and jump back up. This is a full-body exercise that will get you warmed up for the rest of the workout.
15 squat jumps: perform an air squat, but as you reach the bottom, come up halfway, then descend again. Next, fully stand up with an explosive jump and land gently, cushioning yourself into the next rep.
15 straight-leg jackknives: lie on your back, then raise your legs and your chest at the same time. This will work your abs.
20 butt raises: lie on your back, bend your knees, put your weight on your toes, and lift your butt up. This works your legs and glutes.
20 mountain climbers: get in plank position. Bend one leg as you bring your knee forward toward your opposite elbow. This will work your abs and arms.
50 reps skipping: bring each knee up to your chest in turn. The higher you lift your legs, the more this will work your abs. This is a full-body exercise.
30-second side planks: lie on your side, leaning on your elbow, and raise your butt off the ground while tightening your abs. A more advanced variation is to lift the top leg up and down. This is a full-body exercise focusing on your abs.