This program is divided up into a 3 day program but by all means, throw some traditional weightlifting in and a little extra cardio if you really want to torch the body fat off.
We will go on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Each day, we will hit a full body workout with some of these exercises.
Volume will vary slightly, but most of the time we will be going for as many reps as you can in a certain amount of time.
Not only are these workouts intense enough to bring on the sweat but I have this all planned out if you are a beginner. Intermediate and advanced trainees, two more programs are coming in the near future.
The best part: these workouts won’t have you spending all day in the gym! These can be done within 15-25 minutes.
It doesn’t stop there, feel like you don’t have time to make it out to the gym today? Busy with work at your house? These workouts can be done at home with a few slight modifications that will leave you just as worked as if you made it into the gym!
This is everything in one for someone that doesn’t have gym access and is low on spare time. Time to work!
Warm Up & Cool Down
With any workout program, make sure you get some kind of a warm up in so you reduce the chance of injury. This will also get the blood flowing in your body to get you ready for activity. With these exercises, you are working out at a higher intensity and using a lot more muscles than traditional weight lifting so I would definitely make sure you get about 5-10 minutes minimum.
I personally like to perform dynamic warm ups like leg swings and shoulder swings mainly. A sample warm up might look like the following:
|1. Jumping Jacks||1||30 Secs|
|2. Quad Walk||1||30 Secs|
|3. Knee Huggers||1||30 Secs|
|4. Side Lunges||1||30 Secs|
|5. Soldier Walks||1||30 Secs|
|6. Leg Swings (side to side)||1||30 Secs|
|7. Leg Swings (front to back)||1||30 Secs|
|8. Shoulder Swings||1||30 Secs|
For this workout, you will go through each exercise right after each other with very little to no rest until you finish the whole round! Time to get ripped!
You will do 3 rounds of this circuit with about a 2 minute rest after the circuit is complete. If you have a short time limit then do 2 rounds with as little rest as possible.
|1a. Air Squat Jump Complex (wide to close)||3||30 Secs|
|1b. Plank||3||30 Secs|
|1c. Alternating Lunge Jumps||3||30 Secs|
|1d. Plank (knee to opposite elbow)||3||30 Secs|
|1e. Resisted Jump Throughs (bands on a rack)||3||30 Secs|
|1f. Scissor Kicks||3||30 Secs|
Today's workout will not be in a circuit style but I expect maximum effort on all of the exercises today.
|1. Clap Push Ups||-||25 Total|
|2. Broad Jumps||3||10|
|3. Tuck Jumps||3||30 Secs|
|4a. Knee Bring-Ins||3||30 Secs|
|4b. Plank Walk Outs||3||30 Secs|
|4c. Jack Knives||3||30 Secs|
We’re back with our circuit style training today but first, we will start off with a little twist. The rest of the workout will be done in a circuit style. We will have 3 rounds of everything listed here below!
|1. Push Ups||10||10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1|
|2a. Lateral Power Skips (bands around thighs)||3||10 Each|
|2b. Alternating Plyo Push Up w/ Medicine Ball||3||10 Each|
|2c. Supine Figure 8s to the Left||3||30 Secs|
|2d. Long Lever Plank||3||30 Secs|
|2e. Supine Figure 8s to the Right||3||30 Secs|
Stick to this program for 4-6 weeks to see results. You may want to also throw in more time to train if your schedule allows it. For even more results, try eating cleaner and getting better quality food into your diet. Also keep up with plenty of water and rest to keep your body performing at a high level.