To be honest with you, I’m sick of hearing people say “I don’t train because I can’t afford a gym membership” or “I don’t train at home because I don’t have any equipment”.
I could write a whole blog post about excuses for not working out – in fact, that could well be tomorrows topic!
So today I’m removing all the excuses once again for you and giving you this ultimate home exercise challenge.
You can even do this on the road as a hotel room workout or even in your gym if you like. Either way, this weight loss workout removes a bunch of excuses that always tend to crop up and halt people’s progress like a freight train.
There’s no boundaries – only the ones that you create for yourself.
You Could Even Do This Workout In Your Office...
So without further ado, check out this bodyweight workout that is sure to kick your butt.
I know I was sore for a few days after knocking it out and the feedback from my clients who have gone through the same workout is pretty similar.
Now your challenge is to go through this entire workout – one time for each exercise for a total of 50 repetitions for each exercise.
Ideally your goal should also be to knock out each of these exercises without a break. Some will be easier than others to do.
If you do break, try and make your rest as short as possible before finishing the set.
SECRET TIP: I like to break down the counting to either sets of 10 or sets of 5 when it really gets hard.
Say for example I am doing a set of Hand Walks, which I find a tough one, I mentally count to 10 and after I knock off each set of 10 I move one finger to the side so I can’t lose count.
That way, it seems a less daunting way of knocking off 50 total reps. It’s like climbing the hill up the road rather than climbing Everest first up!
The exercises are 1) T Push Ups 2) Squat Jumps 3) Hand Walks 4) Stick Ups 5) Split Squats Left Leg 6) Split Squats Right Leg 7) Russian Twists Diamond Push Ups 9) Glute Bridge March (25 each leg – 50 total) 10) Sprinters Shuffles (25 each leg – 50 total)
I want you to write in the comments section below the total amount of time it took you from start to finish.
As a heads up, it took me about 19 minutes to do from go to whoah.